Reconciliation Education

These online courses and films provide a comprehensive, customized anti-racist education in line with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action. With you, we aim to promote a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadian Settlers through transformative multi-media learning. 

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Our heartfelt prayers to all Survivors and their relations:

 We grieve with our friends, clients and communities who are impacted by the remains of children found on the grounds of Residential Schools in British Columbia and Saskatchewan. In solidarity and in respect.


Which Option Best Describes You?

We'll start you on the path toward the appropriate offering. We invite you to experience these courses and evaluate if they may be a fit for your workplace or classroom by requesting a trial. Theses courses are adapted for online learning platforms, ready to meet your Equity, Diversity and Inclusion needs.

Private Sector

The business case for diversity and inclusion training means dismantling anti-Indigenous prejudices and exclusions. Our customizable diversity and inclusion training can help your company meet equitable solutions.

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Organization

For Indigenous organizations, government sector, not-for-profit, libraries, professional organizations, law enforcement, etc. these online courses are accessible to your community. Take a step towards helping create a better, more equitable Canada with a certificate of completion from First Nations University of Canada.

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Education Sector

Our courses for the education sector workplace as well as for the classroom help you meet the TRC Calls to Action for age-appropriate content on Residential Schools, Treaties, Indigenous Peoples’ contributions, anti-racism, the Indian Act and more.

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Individual

The same Reconciliation Education online anti-racism course used by some of Canada's largest institutions is also available for individuals.

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In honour of the Residential School Survivors and on the heels of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action, Reconciliation Education is the foremost educational tool for corporate, community, and classroom anti-racist training in providing the basic foundational 1:0:1 on reconciliation with authentic Indigenous voices. 

3 hours. 10 interactive modules. Designed to educate all Canadians.

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Why Choose Reconciliation Education?

Whether you’re a company looking to give your employees access to essential professional development certification or a school seeking to commit to TRC's CTA #62 or #92, with Reconciliation Education, you will find the online course you need to start you off on your learning journey. 

In addition to the benefits a Reconciliation Education course brings to your organization, you can take pride in the fact that 10% of all proceeds are donated to First Nations University of Canada scholarships.

Our courses are currently  in use in 10 provinces in the education, Indigenous Nations, government, banking, charitable, religion, justice, policing and community sectors.

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With award-winning films, we make education interactive and engaging: learn Indigenous history and culture through a mix of media, including films, slideshows, first-person interviews, and quizzes.

Community Circle

Providing the foundational 1:0:1 on reconciliation, each course is built upon the same core essentials: such as the colonial lens of history, anti-racism, Residential Schools, UNDRIP, the TRC and Indigenous innovations and contributions.

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Our courses are available in French and English.

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For educators, inspiring and engaging courses are available for secondary, and post-secondary students.

Community Hands

Localized content and sector-specific customizations for your community or sector are available.

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Certificates provided by First Nations University of Canada upon completion.

Film Awards

Reconciliation Educations’ courses are based on a series of award-winning films. Some of the honors include:

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Interested in viewing the films:

4 films in the reconciliation film series available for viewing

Contact us to request a complimentary film pass or to request pricing for organizations. Please note: all these films are free to view as part of the reconciliation course. All 4 films are 20-30 minutes and 2 films are envisioned and directed by the Elders Circle of First Nations University of Canada.



Course Chapters

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Pre-Module

Quiz

Economic Reconciliation Film Art
Module 1

Watch the Film

Teepees
Module 2

Colonial Lens

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Module 3

Pre-Contact

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Module 4

Treaties

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Module 5

Residential Schools

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Module 6

UNDRIP

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Module 7

Indigenous Relation

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Module 8

Reconciliation

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Module 9

Restitution

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Articles and inspiration

September 30th is a Good Day for Learning

As Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation approaches, it is important for Canadians, young and old, to learn and reflect on their country's past through resources such as online courses and the TRC's 94 Calls to Action.

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