- October 6, 2020
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- October 7, 2020
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Understanding the history and culture of Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples’ is critical to moving forward as a business and as a nation. This understanding is especially pertinent in natural resource extraction, mining, and forestry, but Aboriginal relations have far reaching financial and social impacts in any industry. Whether your focus is in recruitment, business development, or training, this workshop will help you and your team build informed, effective, and respectful relationships with Metis, First Nations Peoples and communities.
Okimaw is a Aboriginal led company that works with public and private organizations helping them to have productive business relationships with First Nations. Terry and his team will be providing an informative set of workshops that will provide MEIA members with a good foundation for increased understanding and better relations with the Metis, First Nations and the Aboriginal citizens of where we work.
This course is now SOLD OUT
Once the registration form has been submitted, MEIA will contact you for payment to finalize registration.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights, 85 Israel Asper Way
$100 + GST
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION: Available to all participants who complete the course
*Please note: The classroom is configured for physical distancing. We require that all class participants respect a 6ft distancing between participants and the instructor at all times. If any participants are feeling ill or experiencing signs and/or symptoms of the COVID-19 virus, they will be asked to leave the training area. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has implemented mandatory mask/face covering in the facility.