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ACCC Symposium Research Studies and New Initiatives. Kelly Lendsay. People Education Employers. Downstream Upstream. Learning Pool Education Skills Training. Downstream - Upstream. Important Considerations for new Programming Initiatives. Demographics Socio-Economic Conditions

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Accc symposium research studies and new initiatives

ACCC SymposiumResearch Studies and New Initiatives

Kelly Lendsay

People education employers

People Education Employers

Downstream Upstream

Learning pool education skills training

Learning PoolEducationSkillsTraining

Downstream - Upstream

Important considerations for new programming initiatives
Important Considerationsfor new Programming Initiatives

  • Demographics

  • Socio-Economic Conditions

  • Partnership/Relationship Index

Partnership relationship 3 levels of college engagement
Partnership/Relationship 3 Levels of College Engagement

  • Individual Course/Program level

  • Functional Program Level:

    (Example: early childhood development; trades training)

    a. College & Community based partnership

  • Governance Level

    • Shared Control and Development

    • College & Aboriginal institutional alliances

Effective collaboration
Effective Collaboration

a. Understand Needs & Opportunities of Communities and People

b. Create a client centered approach

c. Embrace a holistic community based approach

d. Understand the funding challenges

e. Adopt a highly consultative process

f. Implement support systems

Research and programming mindsets
Research and Programming “MINDSETS”

  • Social Deficit issues

  • Prevention

    • Literacy

    • FAS

    • Health, Sport and Recreation

    • Career Development

  • Collaborative Models:

    New Frontiers

  • Ahrdcc initiatives
    AHRDCC Initiatives

    • Collaborative Workforce Models and Strategies

      2. Inclusion Network

      3. Guiding Circles (Career Development)

    Accc symposium research studies and new initiatives

    Testimonials about the Inclusion Network

    from AHRDAs and LDMs:

    "Wow. This is terrific. Wait till I show it to the others."

    -- Cheryl Moberly, Bigstone Cree Nation

    "This is terrific. It allows us to exchange labour information locally."

    -- Maya Joseph, Squamish Nation

    "This is awesome. I'm really impressed."

    -- Judy Puittinen, Mamo-Wichi-Hewitwin Employment and Training

    Guiding circles an aboriginal guide to finding your career paths
    Guiding Circles:An Aboriginal Guide to Finding Your Career Paths

    International Career Practitioner Leaders

    Dr. Norm Amundson, Dr. Rod McCormick, Gray Poehnell

    • > 200 practitioners trained

    • 13 Training courses

    • 6 Provinces/Territories

    • 4,000 books distributed

    Guiding circles testimonials
    Guiding Circles: Testimonials

    “It really opened my eyes to see unthreatening ways to reach defensive, closed clients”

    “Very useful, very different from western models of career counselling, a strong tool to motivate clients to create profiles”

    “This is a wonderful, people-oriented program that focuses on life-long non-institutional learning. This is a program for unique people even though it was designed to use with Aboriginal people”

    “This is a strong practical program. Excellent self-assessment tool for educational and career goal-setting. Addresses the need of the whole person”

    New 2004 initiatives
    New 2004 Initiatives

    • ACCC-AHRDA Forums

    • AHRDA-Sector Council Forums

    Inclusion network bill kuhns@ahrdc com 306 956 5360

    Inclusion Networkbill.kuhns@ahrdc.com306 956 5360

    Guiding Circles

    trina.maher@ahrdc.com306 956 5360