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#TBDHU staff taking part in a full day of Indigenous Cultural Competency Training today. This important work is facilitated by the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres. Staff are excited to implement new knowledge in the important #publichealth work in our communities. 
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#thunderbay #ofifc #firstnations #indigenoustraining #indigenous #tbay #training
The Coral Trekker in the marina, an indigenous training boat. #coraltrekker #magneticisland #magneticmidlife #jacquelinequenault #daveqsback #indigenoustraining #maggiemarina
Can’t wait to be home and working on more art. But in my alternate life as a Surveyor/GIS Technician/Analyst...⠀
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Its been a good time here in Merritt on my first week of Advanced GIS/GPS through the First Nations Technology Council. Only 7 more weeks to go! ⠀
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Whether your First Nations, Metis or Inuit - they offer courses through their Bridging to Technology that is available to you for specialization. Register to learn:⠀
🔹Web Development⠀
🔹GIS/GPS⠀
🔹Communications⠀
🔹Software Testing⠀
🔹Network Technician⠀
🔹Administrative Professional⠀
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And they’re expanding... Google technology council bridging to technology and learn more. 👍🏽⠀
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Carving ©Adele Arseneau⠀
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Can’t wait to be home and working on more art. But in my alternate life as a Surveyor/GIS Technician/Analyst...⠀ ⠀ Its been a good time here in Merritt on my first week of Advanced GIS/GPS through the First Nations Technology Council. Only 7 more weeks to go! ⠀ ⠀ Whether your First Nations, Metis or Inuit - they offer courses through their Bridging to Technology that is available to you for specialization. Register to learn:⠀ 🔹Web Development⠀ 🔹GIS/GPS⠀ 🔹Communications⠀ 🔹Software Testing⠀ 🔹Network Technician⠀ 🔹Administrative Professional⠀ ⠀ And they’re expanding... Google technology council bridging to technology and learn more. 👍🏽⠀ ⠀ Carving ©Adele Arseneau⠀ ⠀
Happy Friday everyone! We're super proud to be training Indigenous Communities to install solar PV systems 🌞☀👍😎. Together we can make the world just a little bit greener!🌱🌍🏡☉ #indigenous #indigenouswomen #indigenoustraining #yeg #yyc #morley #solar #sustainability #renewableenergy #energy #renewables #gosolar #learnthegrid
We had the pleasure of meeting with SevGen project leader Terri Waller in Eumundi Queensland, at their cafe Deadly Espresso. We supply them with our Golden Sands blend, which is fairtrade and organic. Terri runs the training program for indigenous and non indigenous youths, to up-skill their Barista knowledge and skill, in order for them to have the best opportunity for future employment. Check out the program at http://www.sevgen.com.au
We had the pleasure of meeting with SevGen project leader Terri Waller in Eumundi Queensland, at their cafe Deadly Espresso. We supply them with our Golden Sands blend, which is fairtrade and organic. Terri runs the training program for indigenous and non indigenous youths, to up-skill their Barista knowledge and skill, in order for them to have the best opportunity for future employment. Check out the program at http://www.sevgen.com.au
And another cause the #sydneyoperahouse is just beautiful!!!
It's been a wonderful night... Graduation dinner on the harbour for the amazing leadership group I trained over the last 9 months 
#sydney #operahouse #sydneyharbour #beautiful #amazing #elegant #photography #instagood #instadaily #iphone #sydney #sydneyharbour #nsw #ihavethebestclients #blessed #lucky #awesomegroup #graduation #dinner #indigenoustraining #leadershiptraining #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipskills #lovemyclients #loving2017 #lovemylife
And another cause the #sydneyoperahouse  is just beautiful!!! It's been a wonderful night... Graduation dinner on the harbour for the amazing leadership group I trained over the last 9 months #sydney  #operahouse  #sydneyharbour  #beautiful  #amazing  #elegant  #photography  #instagood  #instadaily  #iphone  #sydney  #sydneyharbour  #nsw  #ihavethebestclients  #blessed  #lucky  #awesomegroup  #graduation  #dinner  #indigenoustraining  #leadershiptraining  #leadershipdevelopment  #leadershipskills  #lovemyclients  #loving2017  #lovemylife 
Sydney is just beautiful! What a wonderful night... Graduation dinner on the harbour for the amazing leadership group I trained
#operahouse #operahousesydney #sydney #sydneyharbour #nsw #ihavethebestclients #blessed #lucky #awesomegroup #graduation #dinner #indigenoustraining #leadershiptraining #leadershipdevelopment #lovemyclients #loving2017 #lovemylife
Indigenous spice experimentation 1/ Mountain Pepper Berry Sauerkraut made at Dumu Balcony Cafe #lovebright #thathangathayfoundation #dumu #mountainpepperberry #indigenousspice #indigenoustraining #wadeye
How to Maori-fy your training sessions.

When it comes to physical activity, an #indigenous approach does not compartmentalise the physical body separate from the #mental, #spiritual or #social body. These systems coexist, and it is our challenge to reconnect this divide that modern medicine has created, and acknowledge a system that Dr. Mason Durie represented in his Te Whare Tapa Whā model of Māori health – an interrelationship between the physical, mental, spiritual and social elements.

Last week we first looked at the onset of exercise as represented by a person standing at the #tomokanga (entrance way) to a #marae (communal or sacred place). This was then followed by a degree of discomfort as the exercise begins to challenge the physical and mental elements. This second phase I call the #wero, or the warriors challenge. This week it’s all about the #karanga and #whaikōrero and how exercise intensity has a part to play in this transformative process. Check out the detailed post on the WhakapapaFridays Facebook page or on the blog (the link is in my bio)

#WhakapapaFridays #Maori #NZ #Maorify #IndigenousTraining #PhysicalActivity #Health #Wellness #DrMasonDurie #TeWhareTapaWha

Photo Credit: Sir Āpirana Ngata, politician and Ngāti Porou kaumātua, is shown giving a whaikōrero (speech) at the centennial celebrations of the opening of the original Rangiātea church in Ōtaki, in 1950. Alexander Turnbull Library, New Zealand Free Lance Collection
How to Maori-fy your training sessions. When it comes to physical activity, an #indigenous  approach does not compartmentalise the physical body separate from the #mental , #spiritual  or #social  body. These systems coexist, and it is our challenge to reconnect this divide that modern medicine has created, and acknowledge a system that Dr. Mason Durie represented in his Te Whare Tapa Whā model of Māori health – an interrelationship between the physical, mental, spiritual and social elements. Last week we first looked at the onset of exercise as represented by a person standing at the #tomokanga  (entrance way) to a #marae  (communal or sacred place). This was then followed by a degree of discomfort as the exercise begins to challenge the physical and mental elements. This second phase I call the #wero , or the warriors challenge. This week it’s all about the #karanga  and #whaikōrero  and how exercise intensity has a part to play in this transformative process. Check out the detailed post on the WhakapapaFridays Facebook page or on the blog (the link is in my bio) #WhakapapaFridays  #Maori  #NZ  #Maorify  #IndigenousTraining  #PhysicalActivity  #Health  #Wellness  #DrMasonDurie  #TeWhareTapaWha  Photo Credit: Sir Āpirana Ngata, politician and Ngāti Porou kaumātua, is shown giving a whaikōrero (speech) at the centennial celebrations of the opening of the original Rangiātea church in Ōtaki, in 1950. Alexander Turnbull Library, New Zealand Free Lance Collection
The NICI team being interviewed for channel 7! #indigenoustraining