• A highly satisfying, collaborative journey of discovery. They operationalised the project timeline and milestones very quickly upon their initial engagement, yet included us on the decision making process so that it was mutually acceptable. Others I have worked with in previous projects have simply not tried as hard to overcome difficulties.
    Andrew Stafford - Director | Dementia Training Study Centre Western Australia
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  • The Culture Communication and Relationships at Work (CCRW) program and resources, used in the project made a unique and valuable contribution to enhancing the workplace participation and service delivery of people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. CCRW is an excellent tool, very well used by a highly competent team.
    Dr Jacqui Hutchinson - Lecturer and Coordinator of the Consortium for Diversity at Work | UWA Business School
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  • Fortis listened to the expertise by the reference group to identify all expectations in detail. The expectations of the reference group were fully met. I was more than pleased with the outcomes and the efficiency of delivery.
    Dr Bernadette Wright - Health Department WA
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  • Few things are more satisfying than collaborating with an organisation that seeks to maximise performance and ultimately returns to stakeholders by embracing diversity, developing capability and establishing an optimal culture. That is why we love our work.
    Adrian Gurgone - Executive Chairman
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March 18, 2016
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Fortis Consulting takes Major Award ahead of Woodside

Fortis Consulting was recently announced as 2016 Winner of OMI Private Sector Award for Outstanding Contribution to Multiculturalism. The award acknowledged Fortis’ significant body of work […]
May 12, 2016
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CCIWA Feature Fortis Consulting’s win of OMI Private Sector Multicultural Recognition Award

CCI, Business Pulse: May Edition Fortis Consulting was announced as the 2016 Winner of OMI Private Sector Award for Outstanding Contribution to Multiculturalism. The award acknowledges Fortis’ […]
November 17, 2016
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Improving outcomes for people from CALD backgrounds in aged care policy and service delivery

Media Release Improving outcomes for people from CALD backgrounds in aged care policy and service delivery A national alliance is being formed by seven organisations currently […]
December 1, 2016
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Screenwest & Fortis Consulting Industry Forum Monday December 5th

The Industry Forum to contribute towards the W.A. SCREEN INDUSTRY DIVERSITY PLAN Fortis Consulting & Screenwest invites all interested members of the Screen Industry and general […]
November 17, 2016

Fortis PICAC Keys to Diversity December 13th

Keys to Diversity is a FREE online cultural diversity training tool that was developed for the not-for-profit sector. It allows for easy access to cultural diversity […]
October 28, 2016
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Change Champions Forum: Mental Health

Fortis Consulting, in partnership with Business Women Australia, hosted our third Change Champion Forum on Thursday 27 October:  Enabling Mental Health for our Culturally Diverse Community […]
September 15, 2016
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AACQA Cultural Diversity: Creating Opportunities

The Pulse Survey: Cultural Inclusion© As part of the forthcoming workshop, Cultural Diversity:  Creating Opportunities, you have been asked to complete the Pulse Survey: Cultural Inclusion©, […]
September 15, 2016

ASeTTS : KEYS TO DIVERSITY

  The Association for Services to Torture and Trauma Survivors (ASeTTS) has engaged Fortis Consulting to deliver an innovative online training. The project utilises a collaborative approach of […]
August 26, 2016

Zonta Board Skills Questionaire

The following tool draws upon a toolkit developed by the Australian Institute of Company Directors. It has been prepared to enable self-evaluation of the board, in […]
November 21, 2016

Evaluation for Ministerial Council

The need for overseas trained nurses is an acute issue. Many overseas trained nurses continue to be unable to practise in their profession due to barriers […]
November 21, 2016

Keys to Diversity Online Cross Cultural Training Package

ASeTTS engaged Fortis Consulting to develop, refine, and pilot two online diversity training programs for volunteers and employees in the NFP sector. The project utilised a […]
November 21, 2016

City of Belmont Multicultural Action Plan

Fortis Consulting was engaged by the City of Belmont to engage with the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities and relevant stakeholders within the City of […]
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Partners in Culturally
Appropriate Care

Fortis has been appointed the programme provider for ‘Partners in Culturally Appropriate Care’, an Australian Government initiative, facilitating the development of workforces well equipped to provide culturally sensitive care to older people in Western Australia.