Course Catalogue


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Canadian Indigenous Culture Training - Truth and Reconciliation Edition

*New Program for 2016*

This Program was developed by the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc in October 2015 This program is designed to educate participants about the history, traditions, values and beliefs of Canada's Aboriginal Peoples. In accordance with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's Calls to Action (2015), the course now includes information about: the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights,Indigenous law, and Aboriginal-Crown relations.

$ 44.95


Aboriginal Cultural Awareness for Youth

The Aboriginal Cultural Awareness for Youth course has been created to help non-Aboriginal children come to a better understanding of Aboriginal culture and learn to respect Aboriginal people. To reach this goal, the course will explain how culture affects the way we think and the way we act. It will talk about the history of Canada and how things that happened in the past have created issues and problems for Aboriginal people today.

$ 49.95


Aboriginal Cultural Awareness - Mi'kmaq

Aboriginal Cultural Awareness – Mi’kmaq is designed to provide non-Aboriginal participants with a greater understanding of the issues and challenges facing Aboriginal people in Canada. The course introduces the groups that make up Canada’s Aboriginal population, examines Canadian history from an Aboriginal perspective and explores the ways in which historical injustices have impacted on Aboriginal culture as well as the specific history of the Mi’kmaq.

$ 59.95


The Respectful Workplace

The Respectful Workplace is designed to educate participants about their rights and responsibilities in the workplace. The course identifies attitudes and behaviours which contribute to a respectful workplace as well as those that are inappropriate. Specific types of offensive behaviours, including discrimination, harassment and personal harassment (bullying) are defined and examined. Emphasis is on developing appropriate workplace behaviours and knowing how to respond to incidents involving inappropriate behaviours.

The course includes scenario-based, interactive activities, which provide participants with practical situations in which they must select appropriate behaviours and appropriate responses to the behaviours of others.

Exact training content can be customized to meet client needs. An additional module entitled “Our Anti-Harassment Policy” can be added to ensure that participants thoroughly understand an organization’s specific policy and procedures.

$ 24.99


Aboriginal Cultural Awareness - Haida

Aboriginal Cultural Awareness - Haida is designed to provide non-Aboriginal participants with a greater understanding of the issues and challenges facing Aboriginal people in Canada. The course introduces the groups that make up Canada’s Aboriginal population, examines Canadian history from an Aboriginal perspective and explores the ways in which historical injustices have impacted on Aboriginal culture as well as the specific history of Canada’s Haida.

$ 59.95


Aboriginal Cultural Awareness - Coast Salish

Aboriginal Cultural Awareness – Coast Salish is designed to provide non-Aboriginal participants with a greater understanding of the issues and challenges facing Aboriginal people in Canada. The course introduces the groups that make up Canada’s Aboriginal population, examines Canadian history from an Aboriginal perspective and explores the ways in which historical injustices have impacted on Aboriginal culture as well as the specific history of the Coast Salish Peoples of Canada.

$ 59.95