Nowh Guna’ means “Our Way” and indicates having a foot in both the Carrier and Western worlds and worldviews, as a necessary part of creating a strong and healthy future together.
Our award-winning Nowh Guna’ Carrier Culture Training provides basic information about Carrier culture to develop the attitudes, knowledge and skills needed to provide culturally competent services.
" As an elementary teacher in a grade 6/7 classroom. We are building up our knowledge of the local nations in and around Prince George and this will be adding so much information to our collaborative learning. I think it would be valuable for the facilitation team to remind the participants that this is just a very first step in our journey (especially us folks who are white) in our unlearning journey and our pursuit of decolonization in the world"
Our facilitators and knowledge holders utilize the First Peoples Principles of Learning to engage participants through a myriad of experiential exercises and story sharing, based on personal perspectives, local histories and tradition .
Some learning objectives for the training are:
Nowh Guna’ training is available for:
External service providers are welcome to join us on a fee-per-seat basis or can book private sessions for groups and organizations (via a minimum donation per person or group). The registration links below outline current fees.
All funds raised from providing our training to community partners are used to offset CSFS staff training costs.
Click on the dates below to register for a session. Dates are added as sessions are planned.
The virtual training is provided in two half-day zoom sessions
For more information about the training, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-562-3591.
We also have a Nowh Guna’ book, which we recommend as a supplement to the training. It is available for purchase at Books & Company.
For more information about Nowh Guna’ training, please contact email@example.com or call 250-562-3591.
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