Indigenous Works (IW) offers eight training topics in the area of Indigenous inclusion and workplace diversity. They are intended for organizations that are new to Indigenous employment and workplace inclusion and are looking to introduce their employees to foundational topics and to enhance internal knowledge capital.

Training topics:

  1. Introduction to Indigenous History & Impacts of Colonization for All Staff
  2. Truth and Reconciliation for All Staff
  3. Cultural Competency for People Leaders and Managers
  4. Masterclass: ESG for Senior Leadership - Where is the “I” for Indigenous in ESG
  5. Indigenous Socio-Economics and Demographics
  6. Land Acknowledgements
  7. Building your Indigenous Attraction and Recruitment Strategy
  8. Indigenizing and Decolonizing Your Workplace

Service format:

  • 60- to 90-minute live virtual session with an IW Instructor (training presentation followed by a question and answer period)
  • Up to 100 participants can attend (we recommend smaller groups to create a more engaging atmosphere). Larger audiences can be accommodated for fee.
  • A PDF of our presentation deck to distribute after the event
  • Client to host on their platform of choice and provide a tech check in advance of the presentation
  • French translation is available for an additional fee

Fees per training session:

  • Indigenous Works Employer Partners: CAD $5000
  • Regular Rate: CAD $7500

We would be happy to discuss how your organization can become an Indigenous Works member and benefit from their training. Please select one of the following links:

If you're not sure, you can see a complete list of CCDI Employer Partners here and IW Employer Partners here.


If you would like to find out more about the Indigenous Works Employer Partner program, click here.

If you would like to find out more about Indigenous Works' consulting services, click here.


Please note: Becoming an Employer Partner with CCDI does not make you automatically an Employer Partner with Indigenous Works. Please contact us for more information on how to become an Employer Partner of both CCDI and IW.