FNEAA is pleased to invite you to register in our upcoming virtual webinars.
The First Nations Education Administrators Association (FNEAA) offers several professional development webinars designed for First Nations Education Administrators and organizations, based on their needs and priorities. The FNEAA course webinars are offered using the Zoom Platform and Table 1 outlines webinar course titles, number of webinar offerings and dates for scheduled session delivery.
6 New Webinars.
- Innovation for First Nations Education Reconciliation
- Achieving Personal Excellence in Education (Emotional Intelligence)
- First Nations Education Agreements
- Negotiating First Nations Education Agreements
- First Nations Education Governance
- First Nations Education Leadership
2 Popular Webinars.
- Finding and Hiring the Best Talent
- Taking Corrective Action
All scheduled webinars will be delivered in blocks of two sessions that will run from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST with a 30-minute break in between each session. Learn from the convenience of your own home, from anywhere across the country.
FNEAA staff will work with you to make arrangements to deliver a customized webinar to your staff and elected leaders at a time that is convenient to you.
Webinar courses consist of one-day webinars (broken into four 2.5-hour sessions) and two-day webinars (broken into eight 2.5-hour sessions). The webinar course descriptions highlighting session content are provided below in this Announcement.
Steeped in a First Nations context and focused on First Nations control of First Nations education, these virtual webinars will enhance the knowledge and skills of First Nations education administrators working with First Nations schools and communities. They have been designed to be practical in nature by providing suggestions and insights that will help participants take meaningful action, make evidence-based decisions, and take control of First Nations education. The approach is based on the notion that participants bring real life experience to the courses which they will be able to draw from and build on through further reading and reflection.
It is a great opportunity for participants to enhance their understanding and knowledge about a topic which can be sensitive and challenging in the current environment of reconciliation. It is a good time to become empowered, learn more, share more, and help others: this is the First Nations way.