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Indigenous Procurement

Are you looking for help engaging in effective Indigenous procurement initiatives?

This comprehensive training program is designed to equip you with the necessary knowledge, skills, and resources to engage in successful Indigenous procurement initiatives. If your organization is preparing to apply for contracts or partnership opportunities that include a commitment to Indigenous procurement, this training covers the key aspects for success, along with common pitfalls to avoid.

Beyond just the practical aspects, this training will also provide you with a deeper understanding of the business case for Indigenous procurement. Learn how embracing Indigenous procurement can benefit your organization and contribute to meaningful economic reconciliation.

What are your key challenges?
  • Understanding the business case for Indigenous Procurement
  • Understanding how to get started in Indigenous Procurement.
  • Understanding what successful Indigenous Procurement looks like and some of the key aspects.
  • Understanding common pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Who should take this course?
  • Federal, provincial and municipal procurement/supply chain staff
  • Resource industry procurement/supply chain staff
  • Private and non-profit organizations procurement/supply chain staff
  • Indigenous employment coordinators
  • Business development managers
  • Community Indigenous relations managers and staff
  • Environmental and social impact assessment specialists

In-Person Training

$550  Individual Register Now

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

Live-Guided Virtual Training

$300  Individual Register Now

$3500  Per Group (Up to 30 Learners) Contact Us
Unsure which training course or format makes the most sense for you and your team?

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quotes2Interesting and engaging training! The instructors are very open to questions and give no judgment. I hope to take more training in the near future!

S.S.  •  DFO Canada Species at Risk Program

Read what others are saying about our training.


It was a true pleasure to learn from Bob Joseph, whose teachings are grounded in immense experience. As a team, we collectively deepened our understanding of Indigenous capacity from a procurement perspective. The lessons are practical, effective and support building long-lasting and authentic relationships.

P.S. • Fortis BC

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:

Sign up for...

Indigenous Awareness

and then

Indigenous Relations

Or take both in one:

Working Effectively With Indigenous Peoples

Then enhance your knowledge with any of the following:

Indigenous Consultation & Engagement

Indigenous Employment: Recruitment & Retention

Indigenous Procurement

How to Negotiate with Indigenous Peoples

Working with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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Your Commitment + Our Training = Informed Indigenous Relations