Module 10: Congratulations on Completing the Unit!
Meet and learn from an Indigenous Person
This online unit is meant to enhance, not replace local Indigenous knowledge. We hope that that this unit provided you with a bridge that can facilitate direct learning relationships with Indigenous Peoples, Nations and organizations as a result of a heightened awareness and understanding. With this foundational unit, connections with Indigenous Peoples are the next step we invite you to take. Online resources and books cannot replace the importance of being in direct contact with the Indigenous Peoples in your region. Devoting time with an Indigenous person with the aim of listening and learning is a vital next step. You can also attend Indigenous local events and support Indigenous-led initiatives and projects.
Senator Murray Sinclair Discusses Economic Certainty
Summary statement from Senator Murray Sinclair, Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (1:44 min. )
A score of 65% or higher will generate a certificate of completion which will be emailed to you within 10 business days.
Your employer receives a monthly list report of the names of those who have received a certificate with the completion date.
Access the Film and Video Bonus Portal
Interested in furthering your knowledge on reconciliation?
Visit the “Bonus Learning” page at anytime for extra videos, documentaries, and PDF readings. This link is also accessible through the “Unit Overview” page.
Congratulations for completing the unit!
If you would like to further your knowledge of Reconciliation, you can take the Certificate of Reconciliation Studies course at the First Nations University of Canada. This 18-credit (6 course) Certificate of Reconciliation Studies (CRS) was created on the heels of the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the CRS program focuses on recognizing the shared history of Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples and the need to promote healing, equity and respect for /of Indigenous cultures and values in Canadian Society.