Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 2016
Providing a unique opportunity to network and form strategic alliances with global Indigenous leaders.
In April 2015, the ILDII initiated Advancing Indigenous Women in Construction Trades funded by Status of Women Canada.
Training Aboriginal Women Leaders through formalized mentorship and networking.
Working with five communities to improve their core governance practices and build capacity for the future.
Learn how cultural awareness can improve the relationship between people from differing cultural backgrounds. Click here for the brochure.
The Indigenous Carpentry Program is a 10-month skill building program for Indigenous people.
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PARTICIPANTS OBTAIN: GED preparation and testing for a Manitoba High School Equivalency Certificate Education relevant to the Water and Wastewater Industry: Math and Science Upgrade (Worth 3 CEUS) Water Treatment […]
Students Obtain: 900 accredited hours for technical and practical training in level 1 Carpentry from Apprenticeship Manitoba upon registering as an Apprentice and submission of required work hours. Essential Skills […]
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$500 per course (includes lunch) OR Register for 4 and receive 1 FREE For more information, please contact: Melanie Dean, Email: email@example.com Phone: 204-940-1700, Toll Free: 1-855-940-1700
Workplace Conflict Resolution addresses issues facing employees in the workplace and reviews principles of mediation, negotiation, conflict resolution and team building reflective of roles and responsibilities.