Course Offerings

Reconciliation Education is an e-learning producer of online resources since 2014. These courses promote a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadians through transformative multi-media learning. 

Developed in partnership with First Nations University of Canada, our award-winning resources assist the workplace and education sectors meet the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’ Calls to Actions. These courses have reached over 76,000 Canadians from across the country. 


Our unique three-hour training looks different for every client: From the moment you commit to working with us, we will develop a custom educational experience to suit the needs of your learners and your institution, whether you’re a small private school in British Columbia or a bank located on Bay Street. 

This course assists in meeting the 94-Calls to Action from the TRC with their own employees and sub-contractors.

Interested in learning more about how we can help your organization? To find out what education looks like for your kind of organization, click on the relevant tab below.

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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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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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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Nothing about us, without us

4 Seasons for Reconciliation is told from Indigenous perspectives, following Indigenous principles developed in collaboration with our Indigenous Advisory Circle.

About 4 Seasons of Reconciliation’s Indigenous Advisory Circle

Our Indigenous Advisory Circle is composed of a wide range of Indigenous partners including Elders, Knowledge Keepers, educators, and members of Canada’s oldest Indigenous-controlled post-secondary institution, First Nations University of Canada.

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How it works


You tell us a little bit about your organization and the learners you're including.


We work together during the onboarding process to choose the videos and training tools relevant to your learners and your training goals

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Our support specialists are available to develop custom support content, help leadership and learners alike navigate the site, answer questions, and support learners through their journey


Learners can complete lessons at their own pace, but will be required to complete coursework in order to receive their Certificate of Completion