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Start Date/Time 9th May Tuesday PM 12:00 (GMT -4)
End Date/Time 11th May Thursday PM 2:00 (GMT -4)
Location QC
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The Circle on Philanthropy & Aboriginal Peoples in Canada - Conference

All My Relations Gathering

The Circle on Philanthropy & Aboriginal Peoples in Canada - Conference

Join us on Unceded Algonquin Territory, Ottawa-Gatineau, for the 2017 All My Relations Gathering as we welcome Indigenous and non-Indigenous change-makers from the charitable, foundation and philanthropic sector to discover: Our Collective Way Forward. This one of a kind two day conference provides space where we will bring our emerging vision of renewal and our determination to ensure that the philanthropic community is engaged in the work of reconciliation. REGISTER NOW! The Circle's events are non-solicitation. Hilton Lac-Leamy AMR Delegate Rates Code: AAM BOOK NOW! SPECIAL CONFERENCE RATES END: APRIL 21, 2017

The Circle on Philanthropy

 

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Start Date/Time 10th May Wednesday AM 9:00 (GMT -5)
End Date/Time 12th May Friday PM 5:00 (GMT -5)
Location ON
Contact www.uoguelph.ca
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National Aboriginal Physical Activity & Wellness Conference

NATIONAL ABORIGINAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & WELLNESS 2017
NATIONAL ABORIGINAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & WELLNESS
CONFERENCE

MAY 10 – 12, 2017

UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH
  Organized by: UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH www.uoguelph.ca ABORIGINAL SPORT AND WELLNESS COUNCIL OF ONTARIO www.aswco.ca

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Start Date/Time 9th May Tuesday AM 9:00 (GMT -5)
End Date/Time 12th May Friday PM 5:00 (GMT -5)
Location ON
Contact david@redwolfmediation.com
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4-Day First Nation Mediation ADR Training in Toronto

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4-Day First Nation Mediation ADR Training in Toronto May 9, 10, 11, 12 – 2017

Red Wolf Mediation & ADR Services was founded in 2012, it is the only Indigenous owned and operated Mediation Firm in Ontario. The President and CEO is David Noganosh. He is a Mediator, Negotiator and Trainer from the Anishinabek Nation, Wolfclan. He has been involved in Local, Regional and National politics for 20 years in various capacities and have recently been consulting with stakeholders across the country in advancing the Treaty Rights and Land Claims of First Nations.

WHAT IS FIRST NATION MEDIATION AND NEGOTIATION?

This 4 day workshop will explore mediation and negotiation through the lens of culturally relevant First Nation practices alongside proven alternative dispute resolution techniques. The workshop is designed for people who deal with disputes, negotiate or are required to resolve conflict either in or outside of First Nation Communities. Organizational leaders, department managers, human resource professionals, government officials, consultants, union and management representatives, as well as professionals in the education, legal, healthcare and accounting sectors will find this workshop very beneficial. The workshop uses a blend of proven ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) principles and First Nation indigenous approaches to ensure a culturally relevant dispute resolution process.

Deliverables:

  • Various exercises that demonstrate the dynamics of intense conflict situations and de-escalation, which this training is designed to assist participants manage better
  • Utilizing a mixture of lectures, role plays and experiential learning to actively develop and enhance the mediation skills of participants
  • Understanding Indigenous approaches to conflict, the root causes and ways forward
  • Confronting skills and techniques
  • A series of intensive, professional development role plays
  • Experienced Mediators will coach the small groups to maximize learning
  • Take away materials and training manual
  • Follow up Conflict Coaching for six months
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Start Date/Time 8th May Monday AM 9:00 (GMT 0)
End Date/Time 12th May Friday PM 5:00 (GMT 0)
Location Edmonton, AB
Contact info@fnhma.ca
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First Nations Health Managers Association offers Intensive Course 100 – Health Issues and Systems

fnhma_logo If you work in First Nations health, this professional development opportunity is created just for you! First Nations Health Managers Association offers Intensive Course 100 – Health Issues and Systems – Edmonton, AB. – May 8-12, 2017 Summary: FNHMA Course 100 Health Issues and Systems Beginning date: April 10, 2017 Five day onsite training session in Edmonton: May 8-12, 2017 Finishing date: June 9, 2017 Registration deadline: April 3, 2017 Location: Edmonton, AB. Contact: 1-844-218-0440 The First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) is offering course 100- Health Issues and Systems in an intensive format. This is the first of five courses required in the First Nations Health Managers program leading to the Certified First Nations Health Managers (CFNHM) professional designation. About the course The key topics for this course are:

  • History
  • Policy
  • Systems and Programs
  • Determinants
  • Epidemiology
  • Health Human Resources
  • Communities
  • Health Governance
  • Health Issues
  • Future Directions
This intensive course is delivered over a nine week period. Starting on April 10, 2017, students should receive their course material and begin the required readings, the course will conclude on June 9, 2017, with a final assignment. The tuition cost for this course is $2,300 plus applicable taxes for members, for non-members the tuition cost is $2,475 plus applicable taxes. The intensive format involves a five day onsite session in Edmonton from May 8 -12, 2017. This course will be taught by one of our friendly, experienced, CFNHM instructors who is there to guide participants through the course material and ensure all participants leave with a valuable learning experience. “I really enjoyed this course. It had a lot of useful information that can be applied to my workplace, it’s too bad my whole organization couldn’t take it. I met a lot of awesome people, great way to start networking. I can’t wait to attend the rest of the courses. The facilitator was awesome and very knowledgeable, and very easy to work with and understand”. “I loved the course! It was excellent and fun!” Please note:  Participants are responsible for their own travel, accommodations and meals. Contact the FNHMA office if you have questions about the course or would like to register. We can be contacted at (613)-599-6070 toll free at 1-844-218-0440 or email us at info@fnhma.ca

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