Join the Best Practices Network for a webinar with Kimberley Resch and Christine Evans from the Indigenous Relations Team, Intergovernmental and Indigenous Affairs Division at the Public Health Agency of Canada. They will discuss how the Public Health Agency of Canada developed a unique tool to support Indigenous learning to demystify competency development. The Indigenous Learning Road Map has six knowledge pillars and four depths of knowledge that form a matrix to help guide employees on their learning journey. The presentation will provide highlights of the Indigenous Cultural Competency Policy and supportive tools.
This webinar is part of our Conversation Series: Advancing Decolonization and Indigenization in Post-Secondary Student Mental Health and Wellbeing. This series is a national conversation on how post-secondary institutions can advance their decolonization efforts.