- Colonization in Canada
- Racism, discrimination, and stereotyping, and their impacts on Indigenous peoples in the context of the child welfare system
- Inequities impacting Indigenous people and how these are reflected in child welfare services
- Protecting cultural connections and supporting positive identity development as a foster parent
- Understanding and identifying anti-Indigenous racism and how to address it
- Advocating for Indigenous children and youth in your care by countering the impacts of racism
- Taking action: Enhancing Indigenous Cultural Safety in foster care and the child welfare system
This course is designed for foster parents (current and future) who have Indigenous children and youth in their care, and wish to enhance Indigenous Cultural Safety. Indigenous people experience racism across all sectors of mainstream Canadian society, including foster care and the child welfare system.This course is part of the BC Core ICS Foundations trainings, and there are no prerequisites.
Core Foster Care costs $300 per training seat in most regions. Your organization or workplace may have already purchased a seat in this training for you. If not, you can pay for the training seat yourself. For more information,
Please visit our Registration page for more information or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.