Guardianship covers many important and valuable topics in week six of the Indigenous Child and Family Services Training (ICFST). An example of some of the topics covered in Guardianship Services include:
- Cultural Permanence
- Youth Justice
- Sexually Exploited Youth
- Suicide Prevention
- Mental Health.
The ICFST program is a unique program delivered within the community context of the Indigenous Child and Family Serving Agencies and it provides a range of information regarding practices and a collaborative approach to practice within Indigenous communities in BC.
The ICFST incorporates thorough coverage of the technical skills and knowledge relating to the Child, Family, and Community Service Act, and other relevant legislation and policy. The delivery of the curriculum is structured to reflect the cumulative authorities of the Delegation Matrix.
Indigenous Perspectives Society delivers training throughout British Columbia and across Canada. This training is provided to the public and is also offered privately, to interested groups of 10 or more participants. Public trainings are as advertised on the website and can be registered for online at any time. Please visit our Registration Page for more information.
If you are interested in a privately contracted delivery of any of our trainings, please contact Nicole Geary: Nicoleg@ipsociety.ca to inquire about our availability to deliver your desired training, your timeline as to when you would like the training and with any specific customization requests. IPS requires at least one month after contract signing for course preparation.
*Payments to IPS can be made by cheque, EFT, money order or by credit card online via PayPal. Tuition receipts are available on request. Please review our Refund Policy.