Welcome to 4 Seasons of Reconciliation
4 Seasons Of Reconciliation is a unique professional development course that promotes a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadians, through transformative learning that can be completed at the pace and time availability of each learner. This resource is developed specifically for the workforce and incorporates online learning with multi-media components such as slideshows, videos and films within engaging online portals.
Below please find a brief overview of the unit. If you’re interested in accessing an online tour, please reach out and request a more detailed overview: 4Seasons@ReconciliationEducation.ca
what is it?
This 3 hour professional development course is comprised of 10 learning modules covering the essential topics of reconciliation. Learners, working at their personal computers or on their tablets will move through readings, videos and short quizzes for each module before receiving a completion certificate by passing the final quiz.
Helping you meet the TRC's 94 calls to action
The resources we provide are a direct response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s 94 Calls to Action, more specifically #92, which call upon members of corporate Canada to join the reconciliation movement.
How the resource benefits employees:
4 Seasons of Reconciliation comes ready to use, and includes 10 comprehensive modules which may be completed in short 10-15min sessions on any computer or tablet, or in group. Our Professional Development course is user friendly and designed to fully inform employees from all levels of an organization about the history, themes and terminology of reconciliation. It is a necessary primer for all those who work in the corporate, government or education sector seeking to hire Indigenous employees, work with Indigenous communities or answer the Truth & Reconciliation Calls to Action. Our course equips your organization’s workforce with the foundational themes and provides the basic historical understanding for your organization.
How the resource benefits organizations:
Our resource provides businesses and institutions with a low-cost multi-media tool providing an introduction to reconciliation to help your organization answer the Calls to Action.
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The Indigenous Advisory Circle participates in key executive decisions for both the resources and the campaign. The circle is grounded at the center of Canada's oldest Indigenous-controlled education centre: the First Nations University of Canada.