Impacts of Intergenerational Trauma Training (Virtual)

Tuesday, September 14 - Tuesday, September 14
Virtual

Time: 9:00-12:00 pm


Date: Tuesday, September 14 (register by August 31, 2021) 

Time: 9:00-12:00 p.m.

Location: Virtual - Zoom

HV spoke: no charge

AHVNA Member: $25.00 per person

Non Member: $75.00 per person

Priority will be given to AHVNA members

Space is limited

 Alberta Home Visitation Network Association

Presents

Impacts of Intergenerational Trauma Training 

Impacts of Intergenerational Trauma will touch on the current realities facing Indigenous communities and increase awareness on the need for specific, Indigenous cultural supports in service delivery. This workshop will explore the legacy historical processes and policies continue to have on Indigenous People and provide suggested ways participants can heal together from these impacts.

  • Participants will engage in an interactive presentation that allows them to learn about and look at Intergenerational trauma from a different perspective; a personal perspective
  • Opportunities to participate in a dialogue of questions around providing support to Indigenous children, youth and families will also be provided
  • Participants will experience an interactive activity that endeavours to articulate what intergenerational trauma looks like
  • Through the information presented, participants will be moved and motivated to work towards a better understanding of how to best offer, plan and deliver impactful Indigenous programming
  • Participants will hear from a personal perspective as well as view three video clips that emphasize the impacts of history on Indigenous people in Canada and context on the importance of moving towards reconciliation.

Tim Fox (Natoyi’sokasiim) is a member of the Blackfoot confederacy from the Blood (Kainai) reserve. As Vice President of Indigenous Relations with Calgary Foundation, Tim supports facilitating an internal systems change approach. He is honored to co-chair The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada board of directors and was recently named a top 40 under 40 for his efforts of incorporating reconciliation and decolonization.

Virtual Training Expectations:

  • As this is a virtual training, not a webinar, each particpant must have access to a camera, mic and internet
  • Requirements to receive a certificate:
    • Attend the entire training, with camera on (infrequent breaks from the camera are permitted)
    • Participate in break out rooms and activities
  • Please contact AHVNA prior to registration if this is an issue and we can help problem solve.

We want you to get as much out of the virtual training as you would an in-person training!

The link for the training will be sent to registered participants the day prior to the training.

Register For Event!

AHVNA Member: $25

Non Member: $75

Registration:
Advance registration is required for all participants.

For more information or to register contact the AHVNA office
9321 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton AB T5H 3T7
Phone: 780-429-4787
Fax: 780-429-4784
Email: programassistant@ahvna.org

Payment: We accept payment by credit, cash or cheque.
Please make cheques payable to:
Alberta Home Visitation Network Association

Payments may be dropped off at the office or mailed to the address listed above prior to the workshop date. Receipts will be issued after the workshop.

Cancellation Policy:
We encourage you to send a substitute if you are unable to attend the workshop, as there is a NO SHOW charge for all absent registrants (as we will have made arrangements for food, etc). Cancellations need to be made ONE WEEK prior to the workshop date. Registration fees are non-refundable. Should a workshop not reach its minimum registration requirement, it will be cancelled ONE WEEK prior to the workshop commencement date. Registrants will be informed by email or telephone, and registration fees will be refunded.