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AFOA Canada Financial Resiliency Series

When: March 2, 2023
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AFOA Canada Financial Resiliency Series

When: March 2, 2023
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When: March 2–3, 2023
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This 1-day virtual workshop will aim to demonstrate the series of steps needed to develop a Community Engagement Plan that is based on cultural humility, cultural safety, and community values. Participants will be provided with mini-case studies of successful engagement processes in Indigenous communities along with tips, templates, tools, work plans, key “Do’s and Don’ts” and a helpful outline for Development of a Community Engagement Plan This module will be of interest to... Details
When: March 1, 2023
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When: February 28 – March 1, 2023
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(NEW!) This workshop is intended to be for individuals with responsibility for IT, in Indigenous communities, who do not have formal training from a college or university program. The workshop introduces the fundamentals behind how an organization should plan for disasters and  how to recover from such unforeseen events quickly.  (VIRTUAL DELIVERY)

When: February 28, 2023
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Where to start? How to make a real contribution to your community by playing an important role in decision-making on matters of policy. The request can come from Chief and Council or your supervisor: develop a write-up or a draft, written policy on a certain issue for consideration by your community and its leadership. This 1-day virtual workshop will provide participants with the basics on to how get started; where to look for examples of how it’s been done in other Indigenous... Details
When: February 23, 2023
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When: February 22–23, 2023
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Key elements in decision-making in many First Nations’ governments and other organizations ,“decision notes” are a means of setting out in writing for Indigenous leadership, an outline of the important considerations in making a decision by Chief and Council (or Board of Directors). This 1-day webinar will include: framing the issue at hand; how to set out alternative options, costs and possible implications. Guidance will also be provided on how to orally present this information... Details
When: February 21, 2023
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For organizations and individuals involved in public policy and administration, the Briefing Note (BN) is a key tool. It’s also an essential instrument for sharing other information, insight and analysis with work colleagues and others in your organization. Briefing Notes are used not only in policy and administrative work, but their creation and deployment amount to an important skill and tool in all types of organizational life. This 1-day virtual workshop will equip participants ... Details
When: February 9, 2023
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AFOA Canada Financial Resiliency Series

When: January 31 – February 1, 2023
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COURSE DESCRIPTION This course provides a general overview of financial concepts, many practical examples and best practices, to assist senior administrators in the execution of their daily operations and planning processes. The course includes a wide range of topics that all will likely see in the performance of their roles as senior administrators working in Aboriginal communities/organizations and provide them with information, tools and resource materials to help them succeed and ... Details
When: January 30 – May 12, 2023
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COURSE DESCRIPTION Professional administrators working in Aboriginal communities and organizations, require excellent written and verbal and interpersonal communication skills. They also require knowledge in strategic approaches to communication in and outside of their organizations. This course will provide learners with the ability to communicate effectively using both technical and strategic approaches. This course covers the... Details
When: January 30 – May 12, 2023
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COURSE DESCRIPTION Learning about Aboriginal History, current issues and where we are headed as Aboriginal People is critical knowledge for all professionals working within an aboriginal environment. This course is intended to provide students with an understanding of a range of events and issues that impacted Aboriginal Peoples, either positively or negatively from early contact with the Old World to the... Details
When: January 30 – May 12, 2023
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COURSE DESCRIPTION Learning about Aboriginal History, current issues and where we are headed as Aboriginal People is critical knowledge for all professionals working within an aboriginal environment. This course is intended to provide students with an understanding of a range of events and issues that impacted Aboriginal Peoples, either positively or negatively from early contact with the Old World to the... Details
When: January 30 – May 12, 2023
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COURSE DESCRIPTION Previously CAFM 5 - Values & Ethics in the Indigenous Workplace Students enrolling in CAFM 13 will work from real life issues and compile the results into a final Ethics Case Study. Students will learn how to put together a case study.

When: January 30 – May 12, 2023
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COURSE DESCRIPTION Finance Managers are often asked to wear more than one “hat” and often tackle Human Resource and financial Issues in their organizations. The skills and knowledge gained will enable the financial officer to ensure that their organization hires, trains, and retains desired personnel. Through this course, participants will also gain the skills and knowledge that will enable them to better identify, review and address some of the fiscal challenges of an Aboriginal... Details
When: January 30 – May 12, 2023
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AFOA Canada Financial Resiliency Series

When: January 24–25, 2023
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When: January 18–19, 2023
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When: January 18–19, 2023
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(NEW!) This workshop will present an overview of the knowledge required to ensure adequate technical and organizational safeguards to protect the continuity of IT infrastructure services. A high-level review of IT security principles, methods, practices, policies, and tools used in securing IT resources will be presented. (VIRTUAL DELIVERY)

When: January 18–19, 2023
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When: January 17–18, 2023
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When: January 16–17, 2023