Developed in partnership with the Faculty of Native Studies, the Indigenous Partnership Development Program (IPDP) helps non-Indigenous business and public-sector employees work more effectively alongside Indigenous communities with greater understanding.
This program aims to strengthen coalitions within Alberta and beyond by creating a space wherein all parties can hear each other, and establish a shared knowledge of history and vision for the future. Through success in these objectives, this program will be transformational in creating positive change within our province.
The IPDP combines the insight gained through in-depth communication with industry and Indigenous leaders and research-based findings and leading practice. Through participation in the IPDP, you will leave with real action plans and a toolkit for your organization.
- Identify the history and worldviews of Indigenous communities and how it applies today.
- Understand legal issues, consultation, consent and the legal rules of engagement.
- Interpret the social and political landscape when developing relationships with Indigenous peoples under the framework of UNDRIP and TRC.
- Build skills to better communicate with all stakeholder groups.
- Recognize challenges facing First Nations, and how life works for Chiefs.
- Develop effective strategies for building business partnerships.
- Construct strategies for youth engagement and developing community capacity.
|Module 1 (PM)
Feb 21, 2019
Feb 22, 2019
Mar 15, 2019
Apr 5, 2019
Successful Project Case Study:
Indigenous Economic & Community Development
Relationships & Reciprocity
Opening Ceremony & Welcome
|Indigenous Past & Present
||Relationship Building under the framework of UNDRIP & TRC
||Indigenous Economic & Governance History
||TRC & Youth Engagement
Building Impactful Relationships
Who Should Attend?
Leaders who endeavor to build more effective partnerships between Indigenous businesses and communities.
Vern Bachiu, President and CEO, Triall Consulting
JP Gladu, President and CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
Dr. Shalene Jobin, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta
Patti LaBoucane-Benson, Native Counselling Services of Alberta
Randy Moore ICD.D, VP, Strategic Development and Aboriginal Relations, Bee Clean; Co-Chair, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
Lorne J. Ternes, Hearing Commissioner, Alberta Energy Regulator
Dr. Marvin Washington, Associate Professor, Alberta School of Business, University of Alberta