Actively promoting good governance by identifying needed training, and by providing unique education and capacity building opportunities. We prepare Indigenous people for the challenges of the 21st century.
- Modules take 30-45 min, complete course in 3-4 hours.
- Training is available online 24/7 at any location, anytime.
- Provide links and resources for in-depth study and understanding.
- Print certificates of completion.
- Designed specifically for non-Indigenous people who will be working/interacting with Indigenous people.
- Provide a view of Canadian history from an Indigenous perspective.
- Know the different terminologies – Inuit, Metis, First Nations, Indigenous
- Define assimilation and enfranchisement, describe the residential school system, and the Indian Act.
- Recognize the importance of the Royal Commission of Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP).
- Define self governance, explain the relationship between Indigenous people and the Crown, and identify the issues addressed by the Indigenous Law in Canada.
- Define Indigenous Rights, Treaty Rights, and the importance of land claims to Indigenous people.
- Recognize the political and significance of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), the Residential Schools Apology, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action (TRC).
- Identify the serious challenges and opportunities facing today’s Indigenous people.
Click on the link to register online: https://culture.learnworlds.com/
Or contact us at:
Ph: (204) 940-1700