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Participate, Get Certified and Share Your Knowledge

Learn Alongside Nokiiwin’s Four Service Departments

Join us for Certified Training (you’ll get a certificate!), Participatory Training and Knowledge Sharing!

  • Certificate Training sessions are taught by professionals in their field qualified to issue certificates as credit for their courses. Certificate Training gives you a certificate to take with you as a tangible symbol of your learning. Most offered certificates will revolve around health and safety. 
  • Participatory Training relies on your input and participation to teach; it is not a session told in a lecture or listen-only format. These sessions require your engagement, so put your best virtual foot forward, and prepare to get involved! 
  • Knowledge Sharing sessions rely on a collaborative sharing of knowledge. There are still opportunities to ask questions to learn more, but it is closer to a lecture format. 
Interested in joining us for training? Register here:
Here are some more Confirmed Speakers!
Erica Tropea | Nokiiwin Tribal Council
Erica is a specialist in waste management and climate change advising, holding degrees in Biology and Environmental Science. Erica has had the privilege of gaining in-depth understanding of the impacts of climate change in First Nations communities and works to link Elder knowledge and western science together in a meaningful way. Erica will discuss "Climate Change Indicators and Adaption" at 10:00am on Thursday, December 10th. 
Ayden Robertson | Workplace Safety & Prevention Services
Ayden Robertson is a passionate health and safety professional with diverse industry experience. He provides health and safety consulting and training, hazard assessments, health and safety program audits, and ergonomics assessments.
Ayden looks forward to presenting his session "Personal Protective Equipment Awareness" on Thursday, December 10th at 10am, and hopes to see you there. 
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