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How to Negotiate with Indigenous Peoples

Have you developed and implemented an effective consultation and engagement strategy and are now ready to negotiate, but aren’t sure how to start? Or how to prepare for that all-important first community meeting?

What are your key challenges?
  • How to begin negotiations with Indigenous Peoples?
  • How to apply the RESPECT model in negotiation?
  • How to draft an agenda?
  • How to set the tone?
  • Understanding community mandate and how it applies?
Who should take this course?
  • Everyone involved or interested in negotiations
  • Federal, provincial, regional, and municipal government staff
  • Indigenous Relations or Affairs staff
  • Lawyers, consultants, and advisors
  • Senior executives, managers and board members

We highly recommend that you complete our Indigenous Consultation and Engagement training before taking this course.

In-Person Training

$550  Individual Register Now

$6500  Per Group (Up to 30 Learners) Contact Us

Live-Guided Virtual Training

$300  Individual Contact Us

$3500  Per Group (Up to 30 Learners) Contact Us

Self-Guided Training

$150  Individual Register Now

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quotes2How to Negotiate with Indigenous Peoples should be on the must-take list for most if not all employees of Government who may come into contact with FN for negotiation purposes.

B.W.  •  British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands & Natural Resource Operations

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Excellent introduction to negotiating agreements with Indigenous People and pitfalls to avoid.

L.N.  •  Colorado Resources Ltd.

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Progressive Aboriginal Relations

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This course is BC Law Society Continuing Ed certified for CPD purposes.

Start your learning here:

Either sign up for...

Indigenous Awareness


Indigenous Relations

Or take everything in one:

Working Effectively With Indigenous Peoples

Then enhance your knowledge with any of the following:

Indigenous Consultation and Engagement

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention

How to Negotiate with Indigenous Peoples

Working with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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