The Faculty of Native Studies offers continuing education programming for a broad range of professionals and lifelong learners. Courses have been designed to build specialized and enduring skills and competencies for application in a wide array of professions and settings. 

  1. Tackling Structural Racism is a new online micro-course that is self-paced (asynchronous), so you can learn flexibly at your own pace. 

Grounded in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, Tackling Structural Racism introduces key anti-racism concepts that are applied to various sectors (education, social services, and the policing and legal system). By using real world case studies and Indigenous led content, this micro-course points to successful efforts to tackle issues related to structural racism in Canada. 

  1. Countering Stereotypes of Indigenous Peoples is a new online micro credential series that is self-paced (asynchronous), so you can learn at your own pace. 

The first micro credential in the series, Foundations of Stereotypes: Systems Thinking, outlines how the brain develops and perpetuates anti-Indigenous stereotypes within North America’s settler colonial context. Course material covers basic steps to interrupt those stereotypes when they arise. 

Register now to earn certificates from Native Studies  

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