Will your work intersect with Aboriginal peoples, which are First Nations, Metis or Inuit communities?
If your answer is yes, you should consider adding the Aboriginal Canadian Relations Certificate to your diploma.
Would you like to be a part of developing an intercultural dialogue between Indigenous people and Canadians that will inform new social, political, economic and legal landscape(s) in Canada?
The Aboriginal Canadian Relations Certificate is a five (5) credit college certificate program. This certificate will provide you with an understanding of the historical context that affects current Indigenous and Canadian relationship building processes.
You will be provided with the specialized knowledge to help understand and appreciate the history of Canada with a view to improving relationships between Indigenous and Canadian people.
Gain career-related skills and expertise on Indigenous and Canadian relations
Full or part-time studies available
Add this certificate to a diploma
You will be provided with the specialized knowledge to help understand and appreciate the history of Canada with a view to improving relationships between Indigenous and Canadian people. You will learn how to navigate cross-cultural communication processes in a diverse workplace where Indigenous people are participants in creating inclusive work practices. You will gain career-related skills and expertise to enhance the workplace in which Indigenous and Canadian people work together within established and emerging economic sectors.
The program is offered
Part-time or full-time
Online anytime or online, in real time
2017-2018 part-time fees are approximately $400-475 per course
One of the following for Aboriginal Canadian Context:
LV 100 History of Indigenous - Canadian Relations (OL 843) HU 024 Historical Impacts of Colonialism on Indigenous Communities
One of the following for Indigenous Knowledge and World View:
LV 109 Indigenous Identity in Relation to Land (OL 848) NC 124 Culture, Language, and the Land
Three of the Following:
OL 868 The Ontario Metis OL 244 Diversity and First Nations OL 355 Let's Start Ojibwe GE 059 People and the Forest GE 067 Foods of the America: Indigenous Culture and History HU 208 Indigenous Voice & Vision HR 414 Human Rights in Employment LV 110 Government, Law & Indigenous Peoples LV 202 Indigenous Law and Self-Government LV 212 Governance and Leadership LV 213 Community Development Processes LV 310 Aboriginal Women: Issues and Advocacy LV 315 Indigenous Land & Environment LV 340 Mediation and Negotiation in Indigenous Communities LV 409 International Human Rights & Indigenous Peoples LV 410 Contemporary Issues & Social Justice NC 203 Establishing Partnership with First Nations NC 306 Contemporary Aboriginal Society PF 117 Human Diversity/Aboriginal People SY 066 Sociology of Community: The Aboriginal Context SY 180 Exploring Human Diversity
You will gain career-related skills and expertise to enhance the workplace in which Indigenous and Canadian people work together within established and emerging sectors.
Note: Check with the institution regarding start/ end dates, prices, and delivery method. These may vary according to the program, section, and/or semester.