Indigenous Cultural Competency Training Improves Professional Credentials

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Indigenous Cultural Competency Training Improves Professional Credentials

by pmnationtalk on February 22, 2016899 Views


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Indigenous Cultural Competency Training Improves Professional Credentials

Port Coquitlam, BC – It’s a tough job market out there so finding an element to sharpen your competitive edge is the key to being noticed. Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples® training can provide that critical edge that gets your résumé noticed.

Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. delivers “Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples”® training in Toronto on March 31, 2016. This one-day training event provides participants with a fresh, informed perspective, as well as a comprehensive skillset of techniques required to work more effectively with Indigenous Peoples and communities. Participants receive a certificate of completion and a copy of “Working Effectively with Aboriginal Peoples®” 3rd Edition.

“A core component of our training is Indigenous cultural competency and we have seen a significant increase in requests for our on-site and public training since the federal election,” says Bob Joseph, President of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.

“Prime Minister Trudeau’s emphasis on improving nation-to-nation relations underscores the need for non-Indigenous Canadians to understand complex Indigenous issues. In addition, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report on residential schools and calls-to-action for reconciliation furthers the need for all Canadians to understand the history and what lies behind the issues,” adds Joseph.

“Increasingly, companies are requiring staff to take Indigenous cultural competency training to further their economic interests and fulfil legal and regulatory requirements. I believe by sharing knowledge and information through our training programs we can make the world a better place for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people,” says Joseph.

Learn about Indigenous cultural competency training and register for our Toronto event today. Please note that seating is limited.

Explore the company’s blog, that includes free resources, and download the free ebook “23 Things to Not Do or Say When Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples”®.

Find out more about Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.’s range of programs at

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Bob Joseph is an Indigenous Person and Certified Master Trainer and has delivered his original training to all levels of government, the corporate and private sector, and individuals since 1994. He is considered a leader in Indigenous cross cultural competency training.

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