FNTI has been delivering quality post-secondary programming rooted in culture for over 35 years and we are continuously working to evolve our programs and services to meet the needs of our communities. Recently, we have begun to explore micro-credentials to help communities and Indigenous organizations to strengthen and grow their capacity.
Micro-credentials aim to support employee and community member options for upskilling and increasing their employability skill set and are a major area of focus for the provincial government in recent years.
FNTI has applied to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities’ Micro-credentials Challenge Fund Call for Proposals, and as such, are looking for applicants to support the following work, subject to our funding application being approved:
- Indigenous Relations
- Family Violence Worker
- Indigenous Justice
- Sustainable Foods Community Garden, Food Security, Health and Wellness
- Addressing Trauma