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The COVID-19 pandemic has made effective community engagement for First Nations more difficult – but it’s also more important than ever to connect with your members. In the second of FNPSS and the Technology Council’s May 2021 Communications webinars, Facilitator, Trainer, and Leadership Coach, Zandra Ross (Williams Lake First Nation), will dive deep into best practices to engage First Nations audiences – both online and offline.
This webinar is the second of two Communications webinars in May of 2021 presented by FNTC and FNPSS which will provide tailored communications engagement techniques and tools, both online and offline, for First Nations in BC
Your website plays a unique, and extremely important, role for reaching and engaging your community’s membership. With the world becoming more reliant on digital tools, it will only become more vital for First Nations communities to successfully utilize a website. Join Zandra Ross (Williams Lake First Nation) – Trainer, Facilitator, and Leadership Coach, to learn easy-to-implement techniques that will make your website work more effectively as a part of your overall community engagement strategy.
The First Nations Technology Council in partnership with Jacqueline Jennings of Fireweed Fellowship is hosting a circle talk – Pandemic Pivots: Entrepreneurship during COIVD-19. With honoured entrepreneurs Joella Hogan, Lynn-Marie Angus and Darian Kovacs.
This webinar will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on their life as a student. We will share strategies to develop balance in the four quadrants (mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical) using the Medicine Wheel as one example to support wellness. An online discussion forum will be available for continuing the conversation following the webinar.
This webinar will provide participants with information to create meaningful learning experiences in education programs. Participants will be provided with strategies and tools to plan, engage, and reflect on their daily learning to support overall success and enjoyment of programs. An online discussion forum will be available to continue the conversation following the webinar.
This webinar will provide participants with information about online learning including strategies to be successful, about the programs and systems they might use and what to expect in making this transition. The dialogue forums will focus on how students have adapted, what has worked and create a space for two-way sharing so that there are opportunities for students and future students to learn from each other. The facilitator will also be available to provide more information and answer questions.
This webinar will provide participants with tools to improve connection and collaboration in online spaces such as a virtual office or online classroom. The dialogue forums will focus on creating a space for participants to connect on what they are using, what is working well and to support each other with any tips or tricks.
Stream In brought to you by The First Nations Technology Council / Funding provided by Red Cross Canada