Anti-Racist Facilitation Training

Anti-racist Facilitation Training

Addressing Anti-Indigenous Racism in Adult Learning Environments

In partnership with Vancouver Community College (VCC), BCAAFC is offering its second pilot training program focused on anti-racist facilitation.
Addressing Anti-Indigenous Racism in Adult Learning Environments is a hybrid program (combining both in-person and online components) facilitated by Dr. Cheryl Ward, Rowshan Rahmanian, and guest speakers that will equip both new and practicing facilitators with the knowledge, self-awareness, and skills required to effectively address Indigenous-specific racism in their teaching and facilitation.
The program will begin on September 23, 2024, and will span seven weeks. The first and final week will be in person at VCC; the other weeks will comprise asynchronous and synchronous online learning.
There are 20 spots available. BCAAFC fully subsidizes the $3500 seat fee and offers a travel subsidy for participants from out of town.
Learn more about the program and how to apply on the VCC website.

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Anti-Racist Facilitation Training

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