Reconciliation Begins with Me

Product code: IRA141

About this course

Delivery method

Delivery method

Virtual classroom

Duration

Duration

7.5 hours

Audience

Audience

Employees

Functional specialists

 

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Fostering an understanding of reconciliation and the importance of renewed relationships with Indigenous Peoples is a government priority. This course is designed to address the professional development and training requirements of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Call to Action #57. Following respectful protocols, participants will discover little-known historical facts, learn about the impacts of Residential Schools and the rights of Indigenous Peoples, and better understand the obligations of public servants towards Indigenous Peoples.

Topics include:

  • understanding the history and diversity of First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures and communities
  • exploring the cultural competencies required for working with Indigenous Peoples and communities
  • recognizing the impacts of government policies and practices

Notes:

This course is currently being offered virtually and has been converted into five learning modules: (1) Truth and Reconciliation, (2) Historical Timeline, (3) Talking About the Truth, (4) Roles and Responsibilities of Public Service Employees, and (5) What is Your Call to Action. Participants are asked to prepare for the weekly moderated conversations (three in total) by watching a video, reading a report, or working in a group exercise.

Note: If the course is currently full, check back in mid-summer. The September courses will be posted at that time.

Legacy course code: K105

Date modified: 2022-02-07

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