Workshops

Archaeological Field Training

Contact: Stephanie Huddlestan at stephanie@kleanza.com or tel: 778-908-0495

Please see the attachment for additional information

Breaking the Chains Conference

Conference and Workshops with Evening Services

Contact:

Hubert Barton, Vernon Stewart, Sr., or George Moore

NEST/JIBC "Emergency Medical Responder" Course

Nisga’a Employment, Skills and Training (NEST) and Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) have teamed up to offer “Emergency Medical Responder.”

 

Terrace Nisga'a Office Youth Conference

“Strengthening Our Future”

Terrace Best Western Inn

April 24 –25, 2015

Open to Youth Ages 13 to 29

Registration Deadline:  April 15, 2015

Limited Seats

Embracing the Spirit Within - Moving Forward

Promoting healing through various measures and methods in a variety of workshops with Facilitators from the Indian Residential School Survivors Society - IRSS is active in promoting on-going health education and life skills development for First Nations people throughout BC.  IRSS has a wealth of experience delivering wellness and healing services to Indian Residential School survivors and intergenerational survivors.

April 20-24, 2015 from 10:00am to 4:00pm FREE REGISTRATION

Family Wellness Conference

Please join us for:
"Lessons from the Past, Preparing for the Future"

This event is for Nisga'a Youth, Adults and Elders.

Workshops will include:

  • Youth - Sex, drugs and alcohol
  • Men's and Women's
  • Cycle of violence and effects on children
  • Employment readiness
  • Post trauma

Register online at www.NEST360.ca (registration is free)

For more information contact Susan L. Guno at (250) 633 3000.

Traditional Tunic-Apron Making Workshop

Learn the significance and importance of the Nisga’a traditional regalia (men’s tunic-apron) and have the chance to create a traditional piece of your own to take home.

-10 Spots Available

-$50 per person

-Basic materials supplied

-Instuctor TBA

Contact Jolene Sampare, Nisga'a Museum Programmer at 250-633-3050

Traditional Dress Making Workshop

Learn the significance and importance of the Nisga’a traditional regalia (women’s dress) and have the chance to create a traditional piece of your own to take home.

-10 Spots Available

-Cost is $50.00 per person

-Basic materials supplied

-Instuctor TBA

Contact Jolene Sampare, Nisga'a Museum Programmer at 250-633-3050

Aboriginal Business Entrepreneurship Skills Training (BEST)

FREE business course starts November 10, 2014 in Terrace, B.C.

Learn how to launch a small business & meet other aspiring leaders

Read further information at the following link:

http://www.nisgaanation.ca/news/aboriginal-best-business-entrepreneurship-skills-training

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