This training provides the nuts and bolts on how to create your own Indigenous engagement plan. It's delivered by subject matter expert, Claire Marshall, who will guide you through the whole process. She'll answer questions, provide suggestions, and facilitate dialogue, with the help of a workbook, as she walks you through the process that she uses to outline her Indigenous engagement plans.
Participants are asked to bring a copy of a plan they are currently working on or be prepared to start developing one for their project or initiative.
Our Creating an Indigenous Engagement Plan training is a BC Law Society accredited educational activity.
For Alberta lawyers, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as required by the Law Society of Alberta.
Suggested prerequisites: To ensure you receive the most benefit from this training we highly suggest previous attendance in Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples®. This training is a continuation of the learning in that course.
This is a general guideline of what we cover in the Creating an Indigenous Engagement Plan course. Each session could be slightly different due to time constraints, etc.
K. Neale • British Columbia Ministry of Aboriginal Relations & Reconciliation
C. Laska • Windmill Development Group