Cultural Perspectives Training
Reconciliation from an Indigenous Perspective
At Indigenous Perspectives Society (IPS), learners gain the knowledge, skills and perspectives needed to be aware of their role in transforming how we relate to children, families, individuals and issues. IPS Reconciliation from an Indigenous Perspective training courses offer participants learning opportunities to foster a new way of being in relationship with the diversity of Indigenous peoples in a variety of contexts.
Our participants include leaders, government employees, service providers, entrepreneurs, educators, social workers, parents, caregivers, and youth who are using their training both professionally and personally in communities throughout British Columbia and across Canada.
“On behalf of myself, David, ICA and the Community Partnership Network we wish to thank you all for your collaboration, inspiration, support and great work of the IPS team in making this seminar the success that it was. We are receiving a lot of positive feedback already from the seminar participants who have shared a deep need to learn about and build relationships with local First Nations Communities.” – Steven Lorenzo Baileys, Community Development Coordinator, Community Partnership Network