Culture/Diversity Training

Type Synopsis Region Link/Contacts
Workshop Ethos Echo - Cultural Diversity Training: Each society has an accompanying "culture," a set of values, rules, and attitudes, which guide behaviour and give meaning to social life. This 4-hour course will help participants understand and appreciate that we all interpret life through our cultural lens. If we want to connect, influence, and understand others, we must give attention to cultural diversity. Central Click to visit website
Workshop Workforce Council-Pilot Project-Nurturing Cultural Diversity: Looked at understanding and accepting cultural differences while fostering a cohesive team environment. Provincial Coming soon!!
For more information contact: Jim DesRoches jim@acds.ca

Workshop The Blue Quills First Nations College team has developed and delivered cultural sensitivity training that is research based and delivered in a manner that celebrates and honors workplace diversity. Topics include:
  • Defining world view (and the impact of differing world views)
  • Indigenous world view (i.e., Cree world view)
  • Roles (gender/differing world views and the long term impacts)
  • Belief systems
  • Oppression (colonial encounter/impacts)
  • Residential school & its multi-generational impacts
  • Workplace diversity (how does all of this impact the current realities?)
  • Natural Laws
  • Turtle teachings
  • Tipi teachings
  • Governance structures
  • Medicine Wheel teachings
  • The healing process
Northeast

Edmonton
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Online Aboriginal Awareness offers a variety of online training materials to increase awareness of First Nations cultures, address misconceptions and create more respectful workplaces and other life settings. Provincial Click to visit website
Online Diversity Awareness at Portage College covers diversity and how it can impact you and your workplace. Other courses include Workplace Diversity and Diversity Leadership. One or more of these courses may be offered on campus at either Lac La Biche, St. Paul or Cold Lake. Provincial Click to visit website

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