Alberta Association of
Immigrant Serving Agencies

Supporting Alberta’s settlement and integration sector since 1980.

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CFRAC: Beginner & Intermediate Nehiyaw Language Classes

The ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ (Nêhiyaw or Plains Cree) Language Lessons Program is an ongoing offering of the Centre for Race and Culture that is unique to their organization.  This is due to the methodology used by Reuben Quinn, the language instructor and project coordinator.

The objective of these language lessons is to teach ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ (Plains Cree language) using this holistic approach based on 44 symbols, 14 consonants and the eight-direction syllabic system. The directions’ philosophies are included as the lessons are taught in the manner of natural law.

When: November – February (full schedule can be found by clicking the link below)
Where: Online
Price: $50

 

Supporting Multi-Barriered Clients (Facilitated Online)

Facilitated by Action Dignity and Rural Development Network (RDN), this course will allow front-line settlement workers to gain an understanding of challenges that multi-barriered clients face, learn to apply an intersectional lens when identifying multiple barriers that clients may experience, enhance their skills in evaluating multi-barriered clients’ needs, become aware of best practices in working with multi-barrier clients, and become familiar with methods and tools to be used when working with multi-barriered clients. (Self-Paced version also available)

Scheduled Webinars run from 10:00-12:00 on the following dates:

  • Wed. Feb 17
  • Fri. Feb. 19
  • Tues. Feb. 23
  • Thurs. Feb. 25
  • Tues. March 2

Please email pd@aaisa.ca to request registration and include the following information:

  • Name of Course to be enrolled to
  • Name of the participant
  • Agency
  • Job title of participant
  • Email & Phone Number of participant
  • 1-2 sentences on how this training will benefit them