The curriculum is based on seven units of six to seven hour sessions. The content is delivered in a group setting of 10-15 Indigenous women. Facilitators of the program must be Indigenous and must understand the cultural and traditional context of the community where they are delivering the program. There must be two facilitators delivering the curriculum. Elders, local cultural teachers and other appropriate resource people are critical to the success of the curriculum.
We utilize methods developed over nearly a decade of experience working with Indigenous women and have developed our training philosophy so that it harmonizes with economic realities and with our organizational mandates. Our training program has been piloted successfully and is used to deliver successful employment training programs such as Skills Link and Aboriginal Women in Mining.
If your organization or business is interested in partnering with us in delivering effective employment training to Indigenous groups please contact us: