Links to Learning Accredited Training

Cando offers professional development and accredited training at our National Conference and Links to Learning events. These conferences are tailored to each region’s EDO preference/expressed need. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all accredited training will be held virtually and is open to Cando members located across Canada.

Have a look at the upcoming Links to Learning Accredited Training courses now being offered.

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WED - Links to Learning & Procurement Webinar
Accredited Training towards TAED Certification


Competency 11: Aboriginal Business Development & Entrepreneurship
ACED-120 - VENTURE DEVELOPMENT

Instructor: Morgan Bamford, Contract Instructor, NVIT

New Date: November 17, 2020

Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm MST

Number of Participants: Limited to 25!


Course Details
ACED 120 introduces students to the fundamentals of entrepreneurship. Students examine the concepts, activities and new ways to meet the needs and demands of entrepreneurs. There will be a focus on opportunities for venture development in Aboriginal communities.

Need assistance? Want to register? 

Contact Carmelle Nepoose via email: carmelle.nepoose@edo.ca!


The instructor: Morgan Bamford

Morgan BamfordMorgan is a contract instructor with Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, facilitating accredited training courses in the Aboriginal Community Economic Development program. He has a background in Municipal-Indigenous relations, Indigenous CED and organizational development. Morgan currently works in the municipal sector and co-owns a small CED research and consulting business. He is Board Chair of Volunteer Alberta, which advocates for the growth and development of the non-profit voluntary sector in the province.

Morgan holds an MBA in Community Economic Development from Cape Breton University and a Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies and Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Sport and Recreation from the University of Alberta. He is PAED (Professional Aboriginal Economic Developer) certified through Cando. He and his wife Jocelyn live in Edmonton, Alberta.


Please note that these competencies are not yet been confirmed, stay tuned for more information

 

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WED - Links to Learning & Procurement Webinar
Accredited Training towards TAED Certification

Competency 7: Project Management
ACED-180 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Instructor: Morgan Bamford, Contract Instructor, NVIT

Date: January 12, 2020

Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm MST

Number of Participants: Limited to 25!


Course Details
Examines project management from a First Nations perspective, using models based on First Nations community projects. Experiential processes supplement theories for an introductory approach to managing projects, including finances, planning, scheduling and problem-solving. This course is targeted for those who are employed and/or have administrative experience.

Need assistance? Want to register?

Contact Carmelle Nepoose via email: carmelle.nepoose@edo.ca!

The instructor: Morgan Bamford

Morgan BamfordMorgan is a contract instructor with Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, facilitating accredited training courses in the Aboriginal Community Economic Development program. He has a background in Municipal-Indigenous relations, Indigenous CED and organizational development. Morgan currently works in the municipal sector and co-owns a small CED research and consulting business. He is Board Chair of Volunteer Alberta, which advocates for the growth and development of the non-profit voluntary sector in the province.

Morgan holds an MBA in Community Economic Development from Cape Breton University and a Bachelor of Arts in Native Studies and Graduate Certificate in Indigenous Sport and Recreation from the University of Alberta. He is PAED (Professional Aboriginal Economic Developer) certified through Cando. He and his wife Jocelyn live in Edmonton, Alberta.

 


** Please note that these competencies are not yet been confirmed, stay tuned for more information **

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Please check our Links to Learning page for more details:
http://www.edo.ca/links-to-learning