Indigenous Cultural Awareness Training Assignment

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INDIGENOUS CULTURAL AWARENESS TRAININGPROJECTASSESSMENT TASK 2PROJECT PLANStudent name and student number:[Please insert]Campus:[Please insert]Tutor:[Please insert]Tutorial number:[Please insert]
1PROJECT DESCRIPTION (7 MARKS)1.1PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND BACKGROUND(2 MARKS)The Indigenisation Committee of SET (The School of Engineering and Technology) isshowing an active interest in promoting the understanding of indigenous perspective andcultural awareness among the students and the staffs. Therefore, the committee isplanning to embark on a project that deals with planning and implementing anawareness-training program during 8thto 15thJuly 2018. This training program aims atproviding a better knowledge and understanding about the culture, history and protocolof the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island. However, it is the decision of committeeto review and verify the requirements of the project and its success criteria. Therefore, aproject plan is developed according to the requirements of the project to gain an ideaabout the success criteria and outcome of the project (Snyder, 2014).The training program will include face to face training and online training as well. One ofthe key stakeholders of this project is the members of the local Aborginal and Islandercommunity.1.2JUSTIFICATION1.2.1Output / Outcome / BenefitOutputOutcomeBenefitsOnline and face to facetraining program with anaim of generatingawareness among thestudents and staffs of theCQU university about theimportance and need ofhaving a proper knowledgeof the culture and history oflocal Aboriginal and TorresStrait Island.The project if implementedproperly will definitely helpin creating awarenessamong the students andstaffs of the university. Thisprogram is expected toreach a large number ofaudiences as it iscoinciding with theNAIDOC (NationalAborigines and IslandersDay ObservanceCommittee) week.This training program issure to increase theawareness and interest ofthe students as well asstaffs of the Universityabout the local Aboriginaland Torres Strait Islandhistory. Therefore, if theproject is implementedproperly, it is expected toserve its purpose.2STAKEHOLDERS(10 MARKS)2.1 Stakeholder ListKey Stakeholder List (6 MARKS)StakeholderCategory(i.e.Sponsor /Supplier /User)Description of InterestDescription of Influence1Local AboriginalSupplierThe community is anactive stakeholder of theThe influence of thecommunity is high, as they
and IslanderCommunityproject that will assistCQU in implementing theproject successfully byproviding relevantinformation about theAboriginal culture andhistory.will be supplying thenecessary information andcontents of the trainingprogram.2SET( ProjectExecutive)SponsorThe project executive isassociated with properplanning andimplementation of theproject. SET is responsiblefor approving the projectplan.SET has a high influence onthe project as theimplementation of theproject depends on thedecision of SET3NAIDOCCommitteeSponsorThe training program willbe coinciding with theNAIDOC week.Influence of this committeeon the project is medium.However, this committee isresponsible for supervisingthe entire project.4TrainerSupplierThe online and face toface training will be givenby the trainer.Influence is medium but thesuccess of the project ishighly dependent on trainer.5Students andstaffs of all theCQU campusesUserInterest of this stakeholderis not high; however, theyare the targeted audienceof the project.Low influenceHowever, it is compulsoryfor them to attend thetraining program.6CQU UniversitySponsorHas a high interest in theproject, as the programwill benefit the studentsand staffs of the university.Has a high influence on theproject, as the project willbe implemented on all thecampuses of the university.2.2 Stakeholders Engagement Assessment Matrix (3 marks)Stakeholders Engagement Assessment MatrixStakeholderUnawareResistantNeutralSupportiveLeading1.LocalAboriginaland IslanderCommunity2.SET( ProjectExecutive)3.NAIDOCCommittee4.Trainer5.Studentsand staffs ofall the CQUcampuses6.CQU
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