THIS COURSE IS NOW FILLED!
BCIA has partnered with Indigenous Perspectives Society to provide the Cultural Perspectives Training course. This course fosters a deeper understanding of Indigenous perspectives, cultural differences and the need for self-determination and is delivered in two parts - in class (currently a one-day live virtual session) and self-guided online (approximately 8 hours)
In Class - This virtual session will be held on Friday, September 25 - 9 am to 4 pm (PST).
The legacy of colonization including inter-generational trauma, privilege and racism, and what it means to an individual or organization wanting build successful relationships with Indigenous people and communities:
- Key concepts of colonization, privilege and stereotyping
- Learning is applicable to many areas in our professional and personal lives while encouraging meaningful relationship-building strategies with Indigenous community members and organizations.
Self-guided Online includes:
- Review and knowledge check from in-class training
- Metis Identity and Inclusion
- Colonization and Child welfare today
- “Nation to Nation”: an interactive timeline
- The state of Reconciliation and related assignment
- Living and Working on these lands – resources and related assignment
- Decolonizing our workplace
Upon completion, the outcomes that participants can anticipate are:
- Develop clear understanding of Residential School history
- Understand the continued impacts of colonization when working with Indigenous children, youth, and families
- Understand the inter-generational impacts from the loss of traditional culture experienced by Indigenous peoples
- Identify social location, decolonization, and the role of the Indigenous ally
- Engaging in ongoing reflection on how privilege and stereotypes impact work and relationships
- Increasing cultural competence by applying anti-oppressive ideologies and methods into work and daily life
- Identifying examples where decision-making opportunities in the workplace can be affected by assumptions and bias
- Defining cultural intelligence, identify what culturally intelligent practices look like, and how they can be introduced to the work place
- Increased ability for strengthening collaborative working relationships with Indigenous peoples and communities
This course is available to BCIA Registrants only. Cost: $200. Limit 22 participants. Certificate is provided.
Participants will require a good Internet connection for participation in the virtual session on Sept. 25, 2020.
For more information about the Indigenous Perspectives Society, you visit their website at www.ipsociety.ca
(You must log in as a member in order to register)