Orientation to the Occupation of
Indigenous Economic Development Officer
Understanding the occupations is increasingly important in order to understand the results or outcomes Indigenous EDOs are responsible for – and the skills and knowledge they require in order to perform their jobs well.
This interactive tool, "Orientation to the Occupation of Indigenous Economic Development Officer” will provide a better understanding of the Aboriginal EDO occupation.
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Here is a quick overview of what you will find in the Orientation to the Occupation Guidebook:
2) Starting the Basics
- Indigenous EDO Profile
- Advantages and Limitations of the Occupation
- Job Description and Performance Appraisals
3) The Current Environment
- CED – Community Economic Development
- Authorities, Duties, Reporting Lines
- Making connections
- Indigenous EDOs and Traditional Knowledge
- Increased Complexity in the Occupation
4) Indigenous EDOs and Planning
- Comprehensive and Holistic Community Planning
- Strategic Planning
- Indigenous EDO Work Plans
5) Professional Associations
6) Sample Job Analysis and Description
7) Glossary of Terms
For more information:
Western Region (Manitoba and west)
Carmelle Nepoose, Cando Certification Coordinator at 1-780-990-0303 ext 237
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Eastern Region (Ontario and east)
Anita Boyle, Cando Certification Coordinator at 1-506-623-9596
or email: email@example.com for more information.