Event PD type
Agrology CE – Informal

Due to overwhelming demand, we are thrilled to bring back our highly sought-after course on Land Acknowledgements, Critical Self-Location, and Decolonization. Don't miss the opportunity to join the encore session of this transformative learning experience.

Limited to 20 participants, reserve your spot now and join us on a journey towards a more connected and equitable future. Due to the interactive nature of this Webinar, we can only accommodate 20 participants per session. This webinar cannot accommodate group bookings.

Join the Journey: Land Acknowledgements, Critical Self-Location, and Decolonization Webinar with Salishan Solutions and BCIA

Presented by Salishan Solutions and hosted by BCIA, we invite you to embark on a transformative learning experience in our upcoming webinar focusing on Land Acknowledgements, Critical Self-Location, and Decolonization. Led by Janis Brooks, a trailblazer in Indigenous Relations with over 18 years of experience, this 90-minute virtual session promises to be an immersive exploration into understanding and applying key principles for a more inclusive and equitable future.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Connection Between Land Acknowledgements, Reconciliation, and Decolonization: Explore the intricate relationship between acknowledging land, the path to reconciliation, and the broader context of decolonization.

  2. Avoiding Performative or Harmful Acknowledgements: Understand how well-intentioned acknowledgements can sometimes miss the mark and learn to navigate the fine line between genuine recognition and potential harm.

  3. Relevance for BCIA Registrants: Discover why the insights shared are crucial for BCIA Registrants and how implementing these practices can foster a more harmonious professional landscape.

  4. Critical Self-Location for Understanding Connection to Land: Engage in self-reflection exercises to deepen your awareness of your own connection to the land, fostering a more profound understanding of Indigenous ties to their territories.

  5. Land Acknowledgements and Reconciliation: Learn how land acknowledgements play a role in the broader context of reconciliation and building meaningful relationships.

  6. Tips for Writing Meaningful Land Acknowledgements: Gain practical guidance on crafting acknowledgements that go beyond mere words, creating a more profound impact.

  7. Decolonizing Personal and Professional Practice: Uncover opportunities to decolonize your approach both personally and professionally, contributing to a more just and equitable society.

Meet Your Guide: Janis Brooks

Janis Brooks, founder of Salishan Solutions, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from diverse sectors and industries. Her lived experience as a woman of mixed Indigenous and European ancestry has helped strengthen her expertise and approach to Indigenous engagement, reconciliation, diversity and inclusion, and decolonization. Janis is renowned for her innovative approach to DEI, previously acknowledged by ManageHR magazine as one of the Top 10 Emerging Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practitioners in Canada.

Who Should Attend:

  • Professionals interested in Indigenous Relations
  • BCIA members seeking to enhance their understanding
  • Anyone committed to fostering inclusivity and equity

Don't miss this chance to be part of a dynamic learning experience that transcends traditional boundaries.

A reminder to Registrants that all PD costs are tax detectable as PD is a yearly requirement.

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