• 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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May 15, 2017
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Hon. Minister Ken Wyatt Address from the PICACWA CaLD Aged Care Roundtable

Australia has adopted a ‘Consumer Directed Care’ (CDC) approach to aged care as has been the case for some time in other countries such as England […]
May 3, 2017
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Service success in person-centred care

Making person-centred care a reality for Australians from all cultures, languages, abilities and geographic locations is a huge challenge. Northcott and Fortis Consulting are working together […]
April 25, 2017

Aged Care: Walking Together to make a Difference

Australia has adopted a ‘Consumer Directed Care’ approach to aged care as has been the case for some time in other countries such as England and […]
April 20, 2017
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Branding and Culture with D John Carlson & Fortis Consulting

On Monday the 1st of May, Fortis National Director Mary Gurgone and John Carlson will be presenting: Creating the Culture That Creates the Brand that Drives […]
December 1, 2016

Aged Care CALD Roundtable: Walking Together to Make a Difference

Fortis Partners in Culturally Appropriate Care (PICAC) WA is hosting a roundtable for Culturally & Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Aged Care Service providers and the CALD community […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
February 24, 2017

Strategic Planning and ASX Merger

During 2014, Fortis was contracted by the Chair of an ASX listed company to review the organisational and portfolio design of two companies, to position the […]
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 […]
September 16, 2016
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Brightwater & Juniper – Social Innovation in Aged Care

Fortis Consulting is assisting Brightwater Care Group and Juniper – A Uniting Church Community, to deliver a major and ongoing change initiative. Funded by a Social […]
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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.