ABORIGINAL AWARENESS ONLINE COURSE OVERVIEW
Canada is a culturally diverse nation where many races, religions and languages come together. By studying these totally different cultures, you’re going to get an idea on the best way to behave around them and on how to establish an excellent and harmonious relationship with people who find themselves part of a culturally diverse society.
ABORIGINAL AWARENESS ONLINE COURSE TOPICS
- What does Culture mean?
- The Impact of Culture
- Cultural Adaptation
- The Elements of Culture
- Values, Norms, Symbols, and Artifacts
- Developing Culture • Becoming Culturally Aware
- Self-Awareness • Breakdowns on Communication
- Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination
- Cultural Identity
- People with the Same Culturebut Having Completely different Behaviours
- Who are Canada’s Aboriginal Individuals?
- Canada’s First Nations, Métis, and Inuit
- The Indian Act
- The Status and Non-Status Indian
- Numbered Treaties and Treaty Indians
- Early Aboriginal Life
- The Various Historic Aboriginal Groups
- Arrival of European Explorers
- Canadian Fur Trade
- How the Aboriginal Individuals had been Affected
- The Royal Proclamation
- The Battle of Seven Oaks
- Doctrine of Assimilation
- The British North American Act
- Residential Schools
- The Present History of Canada
- What to Do with What You Have Learned
THE DURATION OF THE ENTIRE ABORIGINAL AWARENESS ONLINE COURSE
Approximately 90 mins
ONLINE ASSESSMENT FOR THE ABORIGINAL AWARENESS COURSE
A test is provided to each participant to assist in reinforcing the data introduced from this course. A mark of 80% must be achieved to be able to obtain a certificate of completion. Participants are in a position to repeat the course twice if the pass mark isn’t achieved.
ABORIGINAL AWARENESS ONLINE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be obtainable for download and printing.