Cultural Humility Training is an educational experience to learn about our ties to these lands, the commonalities in our journeys, and to learn about the Indigenous groups in our province, our history, and how that can be beneficial to our community as a whole. This work has been compiled into a one (1) day training course with a focus on Saskatchewan-specific information.
It is important that we learn about each other’s cultures, our cultural differences we see across different groups, and understand the history behind them and how it impacts our everyday lives. This training is meant for individuals, groups and businesses to come together to explore cultural humility, enhance self-awareness in a safe space. It is a great professional development opportunity for anyone, especially those who work with Indigenous people.
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Direct Contact Information
If you are interested in booking a training session for your group in your area, inquire with AFCS about the appropriate Friendship Centre nearest you and put in a request. The appropriate training team will be in touch:
Melody Wood, [email protected]
Katelynn Sauvie, [email protected]
Eva Seright, [email protected]
Kandace Daigneault, [email protected]
Ranelle Sylvestre, [email protected]
Caley-Rain Anderson, [email protected]
Benita Moccasin, [email protected]
Linus Kaysaywaysemat, [email protected]
Christina Cook, [email protected]
Kirby Scott, [email protected]
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Download our information package.
Download the SHA participant package.
Download the SHA resources package.