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Monday, January 28 • 14:30 - 15:45
203: Extending Promising Practices: Updating the FIMES Inventory Project

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The session focuses on the updating of the First Nations, Inuit, Métis Essential Skills (FIMES) Inventory
Project (www.fimesip.ca). We will report on the inventory of innovative Aboriginal Essential Skills
Initiatives across Canada and highlight the 12 Markers of Promising Practices, sharing a self-assessment tool based on the 12 Markers that can be used to develop and strengthen FIMES programming.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Current innovative FIMES initiatives: examples and models
  • The 12 Markers of Promising Practice in FIMES programming
  • Using the 12 Markers to strengthen your FIMES initiatives

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Suzanne Klinga

Project Director, Canadian Career Development Foundation
Suzanne Klinga is a master trainer with expertise in research, program design and essential skills profiling. She has developed and delivered competency-based professional development training programs for Aboriginal career development practitioners throughout Canada.
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Lisa Semchuk

Project Analyst, Canadian Career Development Foundation
Lisa Semchuk has a BA and MA in anthropology. She is a Project Analyst with the Canadian Career Development Foundation and is currently researching First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills initiatives across the country.


Monday January 28, 2019 14:30 - 15:45
Room | Salle 203