MiHR’s Indigenous Awareness Training provides an introduction to Indigenous values, histories, peoples and experiences. Learners reflect on their understanding of Indigenous histories, peoples and the vital roles we may all play to advance reconciliation in Canada. They will also gain enhanced awareness and the ability to build respectful relationships with Indigenous peoples in communities as well as in the mining workplace and supply chain.
The Indigenous Awareness Training is comprised of five modules that take approximately 60 minutes to complete. Learners may exit the training before completion and later resume where they left off. By completing the training, learners receive a certificate and digital badge.
The complete Indigenous Awareness Training package (Modules 1-5) is pre-approved for one continuing professional development hour.
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MiHR’s Indigenous Awareness Training provides an introduction to Indigenous peoples, values, histories and experiences. Through guided questions, learners reflect on course content, awareness of Indigenous cultures and the vital roles we all play to advance reconciliation in Canada.