PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS ICOMP-NA Indigenous Community Consultation and Engagement

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Overview

These online micro-credential courses focus on indigenous community consultation and engagement and is the preferred training of progressive organization, governments, and professional committed to indigenous relations-building and reconciliation.

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
DEVE-1060Engagement and Relationship-Building with Indigenous Communities
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This micro-credential will focus on relationship-building and engagement with Indigenous communities to work towards reconciliation. Participants will learn about respectful and appropriate communication and traditional/cultural protocols within Indigenous communities. They will build personal capacity for developing relationships and building mutual trust for long-term positive social impacts with Indigenous communities. Participants will engage with their peers through discussion forums and case studies. They will develop a community engagement strategy and communication plan based on an assigned project.


Organizations looking to register their employees for the course should use the Sponsorship Authorization for Part-Time Students form.

Note: A discount is available to RRC alumni and organizations registering five or more employees.

DEVE-1061Indigenous and Canadian Government Relationships - Section 35
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This micro-credential focuses on Section 35 of the Constitution Act and the Duty to Consult. Using an Indigenous lens, participants will learn about the relevant laws, principles, policies, and obligations to work towards reconciliation such as the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Calls to Action. They will complete a jurisdictional scan involving federal and provincial acts and the Natural Resource Transfer Act (NRTA). Participants will learn about community and land-based research approaches, Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), and principles of ownership, control, access, and possession (OCAP). They will identify obligations related to data, intellectual property rights, and legal obligations related to agreements and contracts. Participants will analyze a case study that has established precedence of consultation determinants of Section 35.


Organizations looking to register their employees for the course should use the Sponsorship Authorization for Part-Time Students form.

Note: A discount is available to RRC alumni and organizations registering five or more employees.

DEVE-1062The Consultation Process
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In this micro-credential, participants will learn about the stages of the consultation framework including initial assessments, financial documents, and communication with Indigenous communities, provincial governments, and proponents. This micro-credential is open to participants from all sectors and communities. They will work in groups to develop an initial assessment, a consultation budget, and research the relevant laws, principles, policies, protocols, and obligations for an assigned project. Participants will compile a final report with recommendations and present their work to their peers. Upon successful completion of this micro-credential, participants will be able to navigate a consultation process.


Organizations looking to register their employees for the course should use the Sponsorship Authorization for Part-Time Students form.

Note: A discount is available to RRC alumni and organizations registering five or more employees.

DEVE-1063Engagement and Relationship-Building with Indigenous Communities - Alumni
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This micro-credential will focus on relationship-building and engagement with Indigenous communities to work towards reconciliation. Participants will learn about respectful and appropriate communication and traditional/cultural protocols within Indigenous communities. They will build personal capacity for developing relationships and building mutual trust for long-term positive social impacts with Indigenous communities. Participants will engage with their peers through discussion forums and case studies. They will develop a community engagement strategy and communication plan based on an assigned project.

Note:

DEVE-1064Indigenous and Canadian Government Relationships - Section 35 - Alumni
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This micro-credential focuses on Section 35 of the Constitution Act and the Duty to Consult. Using an Indigenous lens, participants will learn about the relevant laws, principles, policies, and obligations to work towards reconciliation such as the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Calls to Action. They will complete a jurisdictional scan involving federal and provincial acts and the Natural Resource Transfer Act (NRTA). Participants will learn about community and land-based research approaches, Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), and principles of ownership, control, access, and possession (OCAP). They will identify obligations related to data, intellectual property rights, and legal obligations related to agreements and contracts. Participants will analyze a case study that has established precedence of consultation determinants of Section 35.

Note: 

DEVE-1065The Consultation Process - Alumni
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In this micro-credential, participants will learn about the stages of the consultation framework including initial assessments, financial documents, and communication with Indigenous communities, provincial governments, and proponents. This micro-credential is open to participants from all sectors and communities. They will work in groups to develop an initial assessment, a consultation budget, and research the relevant laws, principles, policies, protocols, and obligations for an assigned project. Participants will compile a final report with recommendations and present their work to their peers. Upon successful completion of this micro-credential, participants will be able to navigate a consultation process.

Note: 

Students enrolling in Part-Time and Online Education courses may be required to purchase textbooks and materials at participating Campus Store locations or online at bookstore.rrc.ca. Student booklists will be available approximately 3 weeks prior to scheduled course start dates. Please ensure materials are purchased in advance, to be available for the start date.

Note: Courses requiring a textbook will show "TR" in the Delivery field.


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Course Dates and Fees

2021 Fall Term - Distance Education
DEVE-1061 Indigenous and Canadian Government Relationships - Section 35more info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 21 - Dec 10, 21L. Garrison223113$509
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 01, 21 - Dec 10, 21
Delivery
Instructor
L. Garrison
Section
223113
Cost
$509
DEVE-1064 Indigenous and Canadian Government Relationships - Section 35 - Alumnimore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 01, 21 - Dec 10, 21L. Garrison223117$459
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 01, 21 - Dec 10, 21
Delivery
Instructor
L. Garrison
Section
223117
Cost
$459
DEVE-1062 The Consultation Processmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 29, 21 - Jan 21, 22TBA223114$509
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 29, 21 - Jan 21, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223114
Cost
$509
DEVE-1065 The Consultation Process - Alumnimore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Nov 29, 21 - Jan 21, 22TBA223118$459
Location: Online
Dates
Nov 29, 21 - Jan 21, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223118
Cost
$459

2022 WI Winter Term - Distance Education
DEVE-1060 Engagement and Relationship-Building with Indigenous Communitiesmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 10, 22 - Feb 18, 22TBA223121$515
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 10, 22 - Feb 18, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223121
Cost
$515
DEVE-1063 Engagement and Relationship-Building with Indigenous Communities - Alumnimore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Jan 10, 22 - Feb 18, 22TBA223122$465
Location: Online
Dates
Jan 10, 22 - Feb 18, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223122
Cost
$465
DEVE-1061 Indigenous and Canadian Government Relationships - Section 35more info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Feb 07, 22 - Mar 18, 22TBA223123$515
Location: Online
Dates
Feb 07, 22 - Mar 18, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223123
Cost
$515
DEVE-1064 Indigenous and Canadian Government Relationships - Section 35 - Alumnimore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Feb 07, 22 - Mar 18, 22TBA223124$465
Location: Online
Dates
Feb 07, 22 - Mar 18, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223124
Cost
$465
DEVE-1062 The Consultation Processmore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Mar 07, 22 - Apr 15, 22TBA223125$515
Location: Online
Dates
Mar 07, 22 - Apr 15, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223125
Cost
$515
DEVE-1065 The Consultation Process - Alumnimore info
Location: Online
DatesDeliveryInstructorSectionCostActions
Mar 07, 22 - Apr 15, 22TBA223126$465
Location: Online
Dates
Mar 07, 22 - Apr 15, 22
Delivery
Instructor
TBA
Section
223126
Cost
$465

Objectives/Learning Outcomes

DEVE-1060/DEVE-1063 Engagement and Relationship - Building with Indigenous Communities

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Apply Indigenous perspectives, knowledges, and worldviews when working with Indigenous communities.
  2. Explore approaches to develop relationships and mutual trust with Indigenous communities to work towards reconciliation.  
  3. Explain appropriate communication strategies and mechanisms for reporting back to Indigenous communities. 
  4. Use respectful and appropriate communication and traditional/cultural protocols when working with Indigenous communities. 
  5. Identify opportunities for partnerships, economic reconciliation, and social innovation with Indigenous communities. 
  6. Examine barriers and opportunities through relevant, real-world case studies to support relationship-building and engagement with Indigenous communities. 
  7. Identify the short, long-term, and intergenerational impacts when building relationships with Indigenous communities.  
  8. Identify ways to strengthen relationships with Indigenous communities in the future. 
  9. Develop a community engagement strategy to build mutual trust and relationships for a project with Indigenous communities. 
  10. Develop a communication plan to build mutual trust and relationships for a project with Indigenous communities.

DEVE-1061/DEVE-1064 Engagement and Relationship - Building with Indigenous Communities

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Interpret principles of United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Calls to Action to understand the free, prior, and informed consent (FPIC) of Indigenous peoples and Indigenous rights at the international and national levels.  
  2. Identify the purpose and implications of various acts for Indigenous communities including Section 35 of the Constitution Act, the Duty to Consult, and the Natural Resources Transfer Act (NRTA 1930) to understand Indigenous rights at the national level.   
  3. Examine contemporary issues related to Indigenous resistance and/or leadership including Indigenous, government, proponent, and media perspectives to understand Indigenous rights at the national, provincial, and local levels.  
  4. Complete a jurisdictional scan using federal and provincial acts to determine government responsibility in Indigenous consultation processes.  
  5. Examine the barriers and opportunities that affect Indigenous communities through relevant, real-world case studies to support social and economic change.  
  6. Apply community and land-based research approaches, Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), and principles of ownership, control, access, and possession (OCAP) to protect and preserve Indigenous rights.  
  7. Identify obligations related to data, intellectual property rights, and legal obligations related to agreements and contracts. 
  8. Analyze a case study that has established precedence of consultation determinants of Section 35 of the Constitution Act for a project.

DEVE-1062/DEVE-1065 The Consultation Process

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Identify key people and their responsibilities in the consultation process including Indigenous communities and proponents (industry and government). 
  2. Explain the steps in the consultation process for a project. 
  3. Compile an initial assessment for a project in the consultation process. 
  4. Negotiate a consultation budget for a project in the consultation process.  
  5. Examine barriers and opportunities through relevant, real-word case studies that can affect Indigenous communities and proponents to support social change. 
  6. List different appropriate communication strategies and mechanisms for reporting back to the community for a project in the consultation process.  
  7. Compile a final report that includes community review, mitigation and accommodation measures, and recommendations that incorporate all steps of the consultation process. 
  8. Present a final report that includes community review, mitigation and accommodation measures, and recommendations that incorporate all steps of the consultation process.


Recognition of Prior Learning

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