When it comes to awareness training, this is the course that started it all for Bob Joseph, a certified Master Trainer, who initially started delivering what was then called Aboriginal Awareness training in 1994. This training was originally developed for the corporate sector and has been extensively field tested with companies, retailers, nonprofits, consulting firms, and all levels of government across the country. It's really helpful for those just starting out or who are conducting TRC recommendation work.
A key piece of intercultural communications with Indigenous Peoples is their history. We help you understand their history so you will be more effective in your communications with Indigenous Peoples.
For your convenience, this training is offered onsite and online. The course content is also part of our Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® course, which is offered onsite and open to the public in our Training Weeks. Be sure to sign up yourself or book a private session soon.
Indigenous Awareness is available as eLearning training or a three hour, on-site training session and can be delivered on an as-needed basis in a location of your choosing.
Historical Background of Indigenous Peoples
Constitutional, Political and Legal Context
We know you have a choice when it comes to selecting a trainer so here's a link to an article about what to look for in an Indigenous Awareness trainer to help you out with that choice.
Flavio Caron is now the lead trainer on our Indigenous Awareness Training. Here is a short video of Flavio training one of his clients.
Here's an interview with Ginger Gosnell-Myers, former Manager, Aboriginal Relations, City of Vancouver, on the importance of providing Indigenous Awareness training to staff, and on the importance of honouring the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls-to-Action.
Clients choose Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. for their Aboriginal/Indigenous Awareness training needs because they trust our credentials and experience.
For a deeper dive, and more hints, tips, and suggestions consider taking our Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® course to take your awareness to the next level.
D. C. • Coast Mountain College
J. H. • TimberWest