Dinowigehmin – Aboriginal Leadership Program (ALP)

 
Anishinabek Employment and Training Services is planning to deliver the next Aboriginal community-focused leadership program starting in December 2020.  The Aboriginal Leadership Program (ALP) is open to all emerging leaders regardless of age.  ALP will be implemented based on the Leadership Thunder Bay model within the framework of The Seven Grandfather Teachings, The Medicine Wheel as well as potentially the The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People or other related texts or videos.  The program is designed to contribute to participant’s cultural, spiritual, mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.    In order to accommodate all learners, there are plans to integrate both classroom (inside and outside) delivery as well as online delivery (via ALP Online Learning).   If interested in being on a waiting list, please email aets@aets.org with the subject heading of "Aboriginal Leadership Program".

Application

ALP Application

Contact

Tannis.Kastern@aets.org

 Aboriginal Leadership Program Upcoming Tentative Delivery Dates:

  • Retreat:  December 2020
  • Learning Days and Graduation:  December 2020 to March 2021

Program Benefits:

  • Opening retreat with outdoor experiential learning opportunities
  • Eight Learnings based on Medicine Wheel & Seven Grandfather Teachings  
  • Personality Dimensions®  to reveal your temperament preference
  • Community Action Project(s)
  • Online Learning Tools:  https://www.aets.org/alp-online-learning 
  • Graduation Event
  • On Hold due to COVID-19:
    • onBoard Canada Certification Training (in order to build Aboriginal Youth capacity to sit on future Board of Directors)
    • High School Co-op Credit (optional complimentary pathway being explored, and could be available based on demand)

Program Forms & Documents:

Sponsorship:

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