Indigenous relations training is increasingly considered a must-have skill for doing business in Canada, whether you are in the senior ranks of government or running a mom and pop retail shop. But, where do you start your learning journey?

Bob Joseph TrainingYou start by finding the right service provider.

The demand for Indigenous relations training has resulted in a multitude of "trainers" hanging up their shingle.

The trainers at Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. collectively have over 60 years' experience in helping people just like you.

We provide interactive training that will give you and your organization an understanding of, and respect for, cultural protocols and differences. The training is designed to help people save time and money by making them more confident and competent in their work with Indigenous Peoples.

We believe that by sharing knowledge and information through our training, blog, and free resources we can change the world for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Peoples.

Key training features:

FIELD-TESTED - Our training has been extensively field-tested with thousands of participants across many organizations. Check out our testimonials page.

UP-TO-DATEAll of our material is well-researched and up-to-date. Our Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® book is in its 4th edition.

INTERACTIVE - Make comments or ask questions at any time during the presentations.

SAFE ENVIRONMENT - We provide safe environment to explore complex Indigenous issues in a non-confrontational way.

FOR EVERYONE, AND EVERY BUDGET - Our training courses are available publicly or on-site for your team or organization.

Who's taking our training?

Companies, retailers, nonprofits, consulting firms, and all levels of government across the country are taking Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.'s courses. These are just a few of them:

  • Those just starting out to those who have been working with Indigenous people or communities for years
  • Government representatives from federal, provincial, and local governments
  • Business representatives from mining, forestry, oil and gas, and other sectors
  • Business representatives from the retail, industrial, and financial sectors
  • Senior executives, managers, and board members
  • Line managers, project managers and project team members
  • Communications and community relations staff
  • Properties and lands staff and policy makers
  • Human resources and customer services staff who work directly with Indigenous Peoples or on teams that work directly with Indigenous Peoples
  • Anyone needing to fulfill legal and regulatory requirements for consultation
  • Indigenous Relations or Affairs staff

Check out our blog!

In addition to our training, we also offer all kinds of free resources. Check out our blog, download an eBook, or sign up for our monthly email bulletin.

Here are just a few of our most popular posts:

Join us for Training Week where you can take a bunch of our training all in one place in a city near you:

Edmonton Training Week
Ottawa Training Week
Toronto Training Week
Vancouver Training Week
Halifax Training Week

Have questions or want to contact us about our training?

Simply fill out our form and someone from our team will contact you as soon as possible.

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