301 Indigenous Peoples and Cultures
The Indigenous Peoples and Cultures course builds from the foundation-level Certification course and continues to develop the ideas, issues, awareness and context. It takes about 7-9 hours to complete.
Upon completion, each participant can print out their own Certificate of Specialization – Indigenous Peoples and Cultures or order a framed print online.
The Indigenous Peoples and Cultures course builds your knowledge and understanding of Indigenous issues. It goes into more detail and depth on each of the three Indigenous groups, history, land claims, treaty areas in Canada, demographics, self-government issues, culture as a whole, diversity of culture and practices, language development and loss, symbols, belief systems and values, the role of elders, and more.
Approved for Indigenous-specific components of continuing competence programs and education.
7-9 hours to complete. 6 months access to material.
Save your progress along the way. Access as many times as you like.
Print your Certification upon completion of final exam.
Video introductions and enhanced video content
Updated content to reflect recent developments and census.
Many supporting graphics and photographs.
Fast download times
**Upon purchase you will be granted access within 48 hours.**