Alberta Links to Learning Symposium
2023 Alberta Links to Learning Symposium
What is Alberta Links To Learning?
The goal of the Alberta Links to Learning event is to deliver a dynamic technical training forum for First Nation Economic Development Officers and Land Managers to enhance their ability to undertake successful lands and economic development ventures.
The event focuses on knowledge sharing and skills enhancement among practitioners at the community level. This forum delivers a series of workshops, led by experts in a range of economic and land development related disciplines, and offer opportunities for dialogue and networking.
Who is invited to Alberta Links To Learning?
Priority registration is for one Land Manager and One Economic Development Officer, or Councillors responsible for this portfolio from each Alberta First Nation. Registration, travel, accommodation, and expenses will be covered for each delegate to attend the event!
Day One: Accredited Training for EDOs
Accredited Training provided by NVIT.
Facilitator Morgan Bamford ACED 100: Introduction to Community Economic Development.
Facilitator Jason Johnston ENRT 110: Introduction to Natural Resources.
|Cohosts: Michelle Nieviadomy (left) and Shawna Morning Bull (right) welcome delegates and speakers||
Elder Hal Eagletail welcomes delegates and speakers and announces the entry of dancers and dignitaries
Entry of dancers and dignitaries at opening ceremonies of Alberta Links to Learning.
|Brent Henry, Director Lands Environment and Economic Development, Alberta Region, Indigenous Services Canada welcomes delegates.||
Ray Wanuch, Executive Director, Cando - welcomes delegates.