We believe that through understanding and appreciation of the Indigenous experience, we will be better positioned to serve our community and our clients.
1- Each training session is one (1) day only: 9.00 am-4.30 pm.
2- Lunch will be provided.
3- Each training session will be held off-site. (Location TBA)
4- Maximum 30 participants per session.
5- For your convenience, we have selected five (5) different days for you to choose from; August 30, September 13, 20,21 and October 3.
COST PER PERSON: $75.00
Topics to be covered (but not limited to) are:
- The symbolic meaning of the Medicine Wheel/The Cycle of life
- Symbolism within the culture: Eagle feathers, Sweet grass, Elders
- Impact of colonization and residential schools
- Understanding lateral violence and internalized oppression
- Building healthy relationships- strategies of moving forward
- Understanding the Native worldview and the similarities and the differences of the western worldview
- Dispelling the myths and stereotypes of Native people.
The objective of the training is to create a safe space for people to ask questions about Canada’s first peoples.