Our vision is to be a cornerstone of learning and development for people and organisations and our goal is to provide access to opportunities for all Australians.
Aveling is committed to helping individuals achieve their potential and we believe that education is pivotal in providing better opportunities and outcomes. Our vision is to be a cornerstone of learning and development for people and organisations and our goal is to provide access to opportunities for all Australians.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) will help us further this vision, and guide us towards taking meaningful steps and actions towards reconciliation.
A Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan is the first stage in Reconciliation Australia’s 4-stage RAP Framework. Reflect RAPs are aimed at scoping capacity for reconciliation, and last for 12 months. Committing to a Reflect RAP means scoping and developing relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders, deciding on our vision for reconciliation and exploring our sphere of influence.
This RAP is our formal recognition of our commitment to reconciliation.
During this phase as we begin this journey, it is our goal to take a step back to listen and to learn. We have started a review of our business processes and how we can be accessible as a workplace and an education facility.
Our RAP is championed by Lauren Gonzalez, General Manager – Corporate Services, supported by Riann Aveling, Project Officer. It will be supported by representatives from across our organisation as we form a RAP Working Group.
As we implement this RAP we will continue to update our progress towards achieving our goals on this page.
“As a family-owned and run business, we place strong value on connection and relationships. Aveling engages with many areas, from the Perth metropolitan region to the Pilbara and across Australia, and we acknowledge the deep connections and relationship to these lands, waters and culture that First Nations peoples have had for over 50,000 years – and continue to maintain.”
– Tony Aveling, CEO