Transform your leadership practices to move forward in a good way with Indigenous Peoples
Led by a team of Indigenous instructors, Elders, Knowledge Keepers, and recognized non-Indigenous social work instructors working in good relations, courses are grounded in an Indigenous lens and you'll be immersed in land-based teachings, circle process, and ceremony.
Centering Indigenous Knowledge
Engage in experiential land-based learning to deepen understanding of Indigenous ways of knowing, being, doing, and connecting.
Legacies of Colonization
Understand histories and legacies of colonization, as well as issues related to governance, policy, land, and relationships.
Relational Healing Practices
Reclaim Indigenous ways of knowing and explore relational, restorative, and healing practices to help decolonize and build collaborative relationships.
Shifting Leadership Perspectives
Develop transformational leadership skills for shifting perspectives and practices on policies, protocol, and approaches to create ethical space and resilient outcomes.