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Be The Change !

Katimavik

Apply now! Applications to July-December 2021 are now open!

Make a positive impact in the communities while also developing a vast set of skills and competencies

ARE You!

-17-25 years old?

-A resident or citizen of Canada?

-Motivated to learn new skills?

-Ready to meet the challenges of group living, be a team player?

-Prepared to volunteer and participate in group activities?

-Feel able to fully commit to an immersive full-time program and be willing to work on your personal autonomy?

For more information or to apply: GotoApply.ca/Katimavik

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Edu-Therapy 4-DAY Virtual Certification Training – June 14-17, 2021

Edu-Therapy

GRIEF NEGATIVELY IMPACTSAttentionMemory PlanningLanguageRelationships

Grief and AdditionBreaking Patterns of Behavior by Reducing Emotional Energy

4-Day Virtual Certification Training – June 14-17, 2021. Registration closes May 24, 2021

*Participants must be able to commit to 4 full consecutive days of online training

ALSO AVAILABLE! – Virtual Training and Private Certification and Treatment Programs

If you are a NNADAP and Addiction Worker, Health & Wellness Worker, Health Director, or simply interested in the Training Program, contact us today.

Edu-Therapy™ is the most current, easy-to-use model that reduces and eliminates intense uncomfortable emotional responses to loss, trauma and abuse. Loss and the reactions to unresolved grief go hand in hand with substance abuse and addiction. The losses addicts suffer are many: deaths of friends and loved ones, divorce and break ups, loss of friendships, loss of financial and social status, loss of dignity, just to name a few. Healthy recovery means facing up to the “wreckage”, and coming to terms with the mass of disturbing and conflicting emotions.

Healthy recovery requires learning essential skills for regulating emotions. How often have you seen the pain, anger and confusion of overwhelming feelings drive an addict to relapse? Long term sobriety requires addicts to learn to identify and express their emotions, communicate their thoughts, and create appropriate boundaries.

Edu-Therapy™is a powerful adjunct treatment. Our process is an easy to learn, easy to apply CBT based model that reduces emotional intensity and resolves the conflicting emotions caused by unresolved grief.

Reducing emotional intensity reduces craving intensity. The emotional tribulations of early recovery trigger the need for quick relief. The Edu-Therapy™ process excels in helping addicts recognize, tolerate and discharge their emotional discomfort.

GoToRegister.ca/Grief
Toll Free: 1.866.476.0209
Fax: 1.866.430.8296
Email: Grief@GoToRegister.ca

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National Indigenous Virtual Tech Conference – June 2-3, 2021

Clear Sky

Join your peers for the best Indigenous tech event of the year! All interested are welcome to attend!

REGISTRATION FEES

$200.00 – Regular Fee

$50.00 – Student /Youth/Elders

LEARN how technology can be used to facilitate skill development.

DISCOVER how technology can create opportunities for entrepreneurs.

UNDERSTAND how technology can improve community health.

ENHANCE community capacity using technology to create jobs.

REGISTER ONLINE BY VISITING:

www.clearskyconnections.ca/virtual-tech-conference

For details, contact Jennifer Wood, Event Coordinator:

Tel: 431-997-2324 or Email: Events@clearskyconnections.ca

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National Indigenous Virtual Tech Conference presented by Clear Sky Connections

Clear Sky Connection

National Indigenous Virtual Tech conference – June 2-3, 2021

*** SPECIAL RATE! $50.00 – Student, Youth and Elder

Day 1-Wednesday June 2 , 2021

10:25 am – Asserting Our Sovereignty – Chief Marcel Moody

11:00 am – Creating a Path to Self-Sufficiency – Chief Clarence Louie

11:50 am – How I Use Social Media as a Tool to Make a Difference! – Youth Speaker (TBA)

12:10 pm – Entertainment: Music Group (TBA)

12:35 pm – Technology and Partnership, Accomplishments Within Our Network – Dr. Sayed-Amr (‘Sisso’) El-Hamamsy and Chief Dennis Meeches

1:05  pm – Connectivity and Colonization: Settler Strategies and the Paradox of Being Indian on Our Land – Dr. Barry Lavallee

Day 2 – Thursday June 3, 2021

10:15 am – The Art of Negotiating: Moving Beyond Symbolism- Dr. Ted Moses

10:45 am – Local Radio in Our Communities – Doug and Tracy Thomas

11:20 am – Data Sovereignty – Cheryle Savoi

11:40 am – Connectivity and Infrastructure on Our Reserves-Bruce Buffalo (‘Broadband Bruce’)

12:00 pm – Entertainment: Music Group (TBA)

12:25 pm – How a “Neechi” from Sandy Bay Made a Million-Dollar App-Darrick Glen Baxter

12:55 pm – Know Your ‘Why’ and Change Your Life, Business, Community and Technology – Jenn Harper

1:30 pm – An Indigenous Perspective on the Role of Tech in the Emerging Indigenous Economy – Carol Anne Hilton

***Agenda is subject to change. Times are in Central standard Time (CST)

For more information, please contact:

Jennifer Wood, Conference Coordinator

Cell: 431-997-2325

Email: Events@clearskyconnections.ca

https://clearskyconnections.ca/virtual-tech-conference

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Driver & Operator (Class 3 Driver)

Women Building Futures

Application Deadline: May 17, 2021

Class Starts: July 19, 2021

Tuition for this program is sponsored by our Industry partners.

This program is ideal for someone looking for a career operating various equipment in construction and city maintenance. Drive and operate equipment such as snow plows, wireline trucks and hydrovacs.
This six-week program provides you with the essential safety awareness and certification. workplace culture preparation, theory and hands-on training needed to support and prepare you to enter the operating industry and successfully obtain your Class 3 Driver’s Licence.
Training takes place in Edmonton.

The Program Includes:
• Class 3 Driver Training-includes 24 hours of in-truck training per student
• Air Brakes
• First Aid & CPR
• H2 S Alive
• Basic Tools and Engines
• Professional Driver Improvement (PDIC)
• Flagger
• Transportation of Dangerous Goods
• WHMIS 2015 for Drivers
• Practical Cargo Securement
• Hours of Service & Log Book
• Ground Disturbance
• Defensive Driving Straight Truck
• Road to Wellness
To support employment opportunities, students will have job search support & introductions to employers.
Application Requirements:
• Successful completion of drug & alcohol and Fitness testing
• Class 5 Driver’s Licence (no GDL) and a 5 year driver’s abstract

GoToInfo.ca/DriverOperator
Phone: 1-866-979-4434

Fax: 1-866-979-3514

Email: WomenBuildingFutures@GoToInfo.ca

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National Indigenous Virtual Tech Conference – June 2-3,2021

Clear Sky Connections

National Indigenous Virtual Tech conference – June 2-3,2021

“Digital Sovereignty: Lighting The Pathway to Connectivity”

Registration and Agenda now  Available! https://clearskyconnections.ca/virtual-tech-conference

For details, contact Jennifer Wood, Event Coordinator: 431-997-2325

Email: events@clearskyconnections.ca

LEARN how technology can be used to facilitate skill development.
DISCOVER how technology can create opportunities for entrepreneurs.
UNDERSTAND how technology can improve community health.
ENHANCE community capacity using technology to create jobs.

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Banff Centre Spring 2021 Indigenous Leadership Programs Online !

Banff Centre

Inherent Right to Indigenous Governance Online  – May 4 – 7, 2021 Register by April 27
Indigenous Strategic Planning Online – May 18 – 21, 2021 Register by May 10
Negotiation Skills Training Online – June 1 – 4, 2021 Register by May 25

Indigenous Evaluations Frameworks Online – June 15 – 18, 2021 Register by June 7

Truth and Reconciliation Through Right Relations Online – June 22 – 25, 2021 Register by June 15

*Please note: these programs prioritize Indigenous learners, and those working within Indigenous communities and organizations. Financial aid is available for these learners.
Programs are subject to change; please refer to our website for up to date information.

To be the first to know about upcoming programs, subscribe to our Indigenous Leadership e-newsletter: www.GoToInfo.ca/BanffCentreEmails

For details or to register: www.GoToInfo.ca/BanffCentre
Toll Free: 1-866-935-6904

Fax: 1-866-402-9692

Email: leadership@banffcentre.ca

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2021 Heavy Equipment Operator Program – Women Building Futures

Women Building Futures

Application deadline: May 24, 2021
Class dates: August 30-Sept 10, 2021

Our 2021 heavy equipment operator program trains you for the only career you’ll ever want.

Heavy equipment operators drive and operate equipment including: heavy hauler trucks, crawler dozers, graders, hydraulic and electric shovels, as well as other heavy equipment up to 400 tons.
This is a competitive program, with 16 seats available, tuition is covered by Syncrude for successful applicants.
Training consists of two weeks with Women Building Futures (WBF), followed by fully paid, hands-on field training by Syncrude.

The program includes:
• Standard First Aid – CPR A & AED
• CSTS & WHMIS
• Fire Extinguisher Training
• (CSO) Common Safety Orientation
• Women Building Futures (WBF) Best Practices, Healthy Choices and Financial Tool Kit
• Ongoing support from WBF during training to ensure career success
Applications requirements include:
• Proof of residency for Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB)
• High School Diploma or GED
• Current Resume
• Career Investigation Report (2 interviews)
• Class 5 Alberta Driver’s Licence with RMWB Address
• Literacy and Essential Skills Testing
• Successful completion of fitness screening and drug & alcohol testing

GROW WITH SYNCRUDE

GoToInfo.ca/Syncrude-HEO
Phone: 1-866-979-4434

Fax: 1-866-979-3514

Email: WomenBuildingFutures@GoToInfo.ca

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