Celebrating 20 years of Indigenous Relations Training


For the past 20 years, through our selection of training options, our Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® blog, books and free resources, we’ve helped Canadians develop the skills to effectively, respectfully and meaningfully engage and work with Indigenous Peoples.
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Welcome to Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. We help people work effectively with Indigenous Peoples through our training and free resources.

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quotes2In my first experience with Indigenous Corporate Training Inc., I deeply valued the courtesy and attention to detail of the course leaders. The volume of information shared and their responsiveness to the knowledge, or lack of knowledge, in the group were also appreciated. I will register for another training session, particularly if it is offered online (even after the pandemic lockdown is concluded)."

D.O. Guelph Museums, Training Week

Informed, effective Indigenous relations position you to save time and money, and contribute to overall reconciliation in Canada.

We help thousands of people and organizations every year build informed, effective, and respectful relationships with Indigenous Peoples and communities.

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In celebration of our 20 years of Indigenous relations training, we highlight some of our many training partners:
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Rogers logo Global BC logo
Canadian Western Bank logo Liberty logo
Wesgroup logo Coast Mountain College logo
Relic logo CAIS logo

Your Commitment + Our Training = Informed Indigenous Relations