Indigenous employability: measures and cultural awareness

Understanding cultural awareness of First Nations realities. This event is free of charge Virtual activities and content The speech will be delivered in French only.

Registration deadline: April 11, 2024


  • Wanda Lafontaine Support and Partnership Coordinator
    See biography
  • Joshua Nolet Workforce Development Liaison Officer
    See biography
  • Fanny St-Pierre Coordinator at the Employment and Training Service Centre
    See biography

Why take this webinar

Do you want to learn more about the employment integration and retention of Indigenous people? Join us on April 11 for a lunch & learn where you will discover the basics of attraction and issues of access to the job market for First Nations and Inuit.

Our experts will guide you through best practices to attract, recruit, and retain talent, while giving you real-world advice.

What will you learn in this training session?

  • Explore the FNHRDCQ’s missions: plunge into the heart of our mission and discover how we work for a more inclusive future.
  • Discover key practices for cultural awareness: learn proven strategies to increase cultural awareness and respect in your work environment.
  • Understand the challenges of the job market for Indigenous people: gain an in-depth understanding of the unique obstacles and opportunities for Indigenous communities.
  • Propose concrete efforts to integrate Indigenous labour: find avenues for practical efforts to foster the inclusion and full participation of Indigenous workers.

This webinar is a unique opportunity to enrich your understanding and actively contribute to a more diverse, inclusive work environment.

Who is this training session for?

  • People working in human resources;
  • Team managers;
  • People specializing in EDI.
Please note that no exchange or refund will be accepted following your purchase.

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