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Duty to Consult – January 2020
January 14 @ 8:00 am - January 15 @ 4:00 pm
This program offers condensed versions of our introductory programs and prepares learners to enter the formal world of Duty to Consult and Accommodate interactions and negotiations.
With engagement as the key theme and driver of this course, participants will learn the formal Duty to Consult and Accommodate landscape from a practical standpoint versus a legal standpoint.
Many Duty to Consult courses examine the legalities of this process. this session is different in that this course will provide an understanding and practical approach to navigating the Duty to Consult and Accommodate obligation from an Indigenous perspective. In other words, what is expected versus what is being wrongly prescribed.
Session Details – Two Day Program
The Duty to Consult and Accommodate training program is taught by First Nation professional facilitators who have a combined 50+ years of engagement and training experience.
By the end of the two day program, participants will have gained an awareness and appreciation of principles and practices that are relevant to the Duty to Consult & Accommodate.
Participants will have learned how to develop an Indigenous Engagement Plan that is fulsome, real and practical. Guest speakers will be brought in to demonstrate real life interactions and issues pertaining to the Duty to Consult and Accommodate process.
This session is excellent for any practitioner that wishes to build a foundational understanding of the process and expectations of the Duty to Consult obligations as well as to incorporate proper and meaningful indigenous engagement into their core business activities.