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Indigenous Consultation and Engagement

Are you ready to engage with an Indigenous community but aren't sure of where to start? Do you understand the differences between consultation and engagement?

What are your key challenges?
  • How to consult with Indigenous communities?
  • Understanding the differences between consultation and engagement?
  • Understanding how to assess risk during a consultation?
  • How to anticipate questions and know how to respond?
  • Understanding the intention of consultation?
Who should take this course?
  • Everyone who needs to fulfill legal and regulatory requirements for consultation
  • Federal, provincial, regional, and municipal government staff
  • Indigenous Relations or Affairs staff
  • Senior executives, managers and board members
  • Line managers, project managers, project team members

In-Person Training

$800  Individual Register Now

$9000  Per Group (Up to 30 Learners) Contact Us

Live-Guided Virtual Training

$450  Individual Register Now

$5000  Per Group (Up to 30 Learners) Contact Us

Self-Guided Training

$300  Individual Register Now

$3000  Per Group (Up to 30 Learners) Register Now
Unsure which training course or format makes the most sense for you and your team?

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quotes2This should be a standard course for all of our employees working with Aboriginal Peoples, communities & issues. Teachings such as this bridges people and brings good things. Gets everyone involved.

J.C.  •  Environment Canada

Read what others are saying about our training.


I cannot emphasize enough the importance of this topic, and highly endorse others to experience for themselves the quality of the training.


Exceeds requirements of CCAB PAR certification.

Progressive Aboriginal Relations

questionDid you know?

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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