Formation continue

Formation Continue

(AUT-101) Piwaseha (first light of day) – Indigenous cultures and realities

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Cette formation ne fait pas partie de notre calendrier présentement mais elle peut être offerte en entreprise.


  - Acquire a better understanding of the past and of the present realities to better serve First Nation 
  - Be able to demonstrate open and accepting behaviour in regards to cultural differences;
  - Become aware of the different obstacles that hinder communications and relations with the First
  - Recognize the impact of negative perceptions on the self-esteem of Native peoples;
  - Become aware of personal cultural values and consider the Native identity in regards to intercultural
  - Be able to compare your personal culture and Native culture.


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      - Knowledge Test;
      - History and information (Indian Act, policy of assimilation, the basis of this policy, Native residential schools,
         Aboriginal people in Québec, Native terminology, etc);
       - Screening of a documentary film;
      - Personal and professional awareness, and situation scenarios;
      - Information : How do I establish a Relationship and create trust? What do I do? How should I act?


    Gaudaur, Nadine

    Nadine is Algonquin from Timiskaming First Nation located at the headwaters of the Ottawa river. She has worked passionately for the past 20 years on improving her community and supporting and sharing her culture with Indigenous youth. Nadine spent many years working in Land Claims research and negotiation for Algonquin Nation Tribal Council. She assisted in the advancement of 40 individual Land Claims. Nadine has a passion for education as a vehicle for reconciliation. As Indigenous Student Advisor for District School Board Ontario Northeast, for the last 9 years, Nadine worked directly with youth supporting and guiding them through their school career. She has been immersed in her traditional culture guiding her students in planning and sharing events with Indigenous and non-Indigenous students. Also a trainer for UQAT’s continuing education since 2011, Nadine is proud to share her culture and experience through various trainings.


  • 0,70 UEC (Unité d'éducation continue)
  • Durée du cours

    7 hrs (1 jours)


  • Régulier : 350,00 $ plus taxes
  • Mise à jour : 29 janvier 2020