Indigenous Cultural Competency Training day for primary care and palliative care service providers provided by the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres

Indigenous Cultural Competency Training day for primary care and  palliative care service providers

Indigenous Cultural Competency is an ongoing cycle of learning, a continuum. The intent of the OFIFC’s Indigenous Cultural Competency is for organizations to obtain the necessary skills, knowledge, attitudes and values in order to foster meaningful and informed relationships with the Indigenous community.

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop a critical analysis of contemporary issues in order to increase cultural competency
  • Show how contemporary issues are connected to historic context
  • Explore how organizations and agencies can strengthen engagement with Indigenous peoples and organizations to provide relevant services
  • Provide participants with a basic understanding of how to interact with Indigenous communities
  • Share a culture-based framework for improving organizational cultural competence

One session in each sub-region
Indigenous lunch will be provided  - Space  is limited to 60 participants

Guelph

March 3, 2017  
Hampton Inn
725 Imperial Rd N
9am-4pm

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR GUELPH

Fergus

March 8, 2017
Wellington County Museum 0536 Wellington Road 18  
9am-4pm

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR FERGUS

Cambridge

March 22, 2017
Langs CHC
1145 Concession Rd
9am-4pm

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CAMBRIDGE

KW4

March 30, 2017
Region of Waterloo, 99 Regina St
Room 508  
Parking vouchers will be provided
9am-4pm

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR WATERLOO