84.00 Hours Required

The Decolonizing Education Certificate is for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who want to develop their capacity to understand Indigenous perspectives in the history of colonization to contemporary realities in Canada. This certificate has been developed to build capacity among educators and anyone interested in responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's (TRC) calls for action in a meaningful way. This certificate covers an array of topics from pre-contact to colonial contact. The topics will help people understand and appreciate Indigenous perspectives in decolonizing education (first four modules), and understand one's position in solidarity with Indigenous peoples (last four modules).

There is a 20% bundle discount available if you register for ALL 8 modules at once.

If you are a current WLU Indigenous Student, faculty or staff, please contact us to receive a 20% discount code. Discount cannot be combined with any other offer.

Refunds are available with a 10% administrative fee up to 8 days prior to a workshop, and with a late drop fee of 25% up to 7 days before a workshop.

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