Professional Development & Training
Professional Development and Training Opportunities
NmTC Members Only Training Opportunities
Human Resources Workshop
Microsoft Excel Workshop
Minute Taking Workshop
First Nations University of Canada course: 4 Seasons of Reconciliation
This self-paced online program offers 10 modules on truth and reconciliation, which is available to all Canadians. Upon completion of the online course, you will be awarded a “Certificate of Completion” issued by First Nations University of Canada. These resources are the result of many years of work and much careful thought – ayâkwâmisiwin (in Cree).
Sign up for free through August 31, 2022.
CCAB West Coast Business Forum
Save the date for the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business West Coast Business Forum taking place in Vancouver, British Columbia! Tickets go on sale August 15, 2022.
Culturally Committed Learning Series: The Cost of Colonization
Registration is now open for the next learning series, which will be facilitated by Jared Qwustenuxun Williams of Quw'utsun First Nation. Qwustenuxun's event, titled " The Cost of Colonization", is a two-part series that will take place on September 21st and October 19th from 6-8pm PST. During part one, Qwustenuxun will explain Indigenous agriculture, governance, economics, and family structures, and how these things can directly help mitigate climate change and a resource extraction based economies. He invites participants to sit together in discomfort, knowing that we are at the beginning of a long journey but, like those who’ve come before us, we must be brave enough to make the first step forward.
CCAB Coffee Connection
Get your coffee and join the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business on the first Thursday of every month when we gather to share news updates and discussion on current accomplishments, events and issues in the world of Indigenous business.
The next Coffee Connection will be September 1st
Indigenous Clean Energy
A place for people working on Indigenous Clean Energy projects to collaborate on the processes, approaches, and policies needed to maximize the impact of their initiatives.
Indig-X: Global Exchanges for Indigenous Professionals
Applications to join the fourth virtual exchange beginning September 2022 are now open!
This trilateral exchange will welcome 24 Indigenous Professionals from lands now commonly known as Australia, Canada, and Aotearoa New Zealand.
Are you interested in meeting new people? Learning about other Indigenous cultures? Engaging in ceremony with other professionals who are just like you from other corners of the world?
To join our virtual exchange all delegates must commit to attending all of the six planned meetings and actively contribute to the generation of the final report.
A new program being offered through Natural Resources Canada called Sistering Indigenous and Western Science (SINEWS) designed to provide additional support to Indigenous women wishing to hold a career in research and science fields
Projects run from May 2022 to January 2023.