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March 30, 2017

Anti-Racism Facilitator Training

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Arrêt/Stop Racism Facilitator Training

for Arrêt/Stop Racism Youth Leadership Workshops

#MarchOutRacism

In order to have facilitators for the Arrêt/Stop Racism (anti-racism) youth leadership workshops, MCoS is offering anti-racism facilitator training.  This intensive orientation will take place the day before the large workshop in each of Regina, Prince Albert and Swift Current.  Facilitators will be expected to commit to both the training and the workshop. Lunch and facilitation guide included.

New activities for 2017:

  • Experiential learning on Indigenous cultures, Canadian colonial history and legacies, including residential schools. Participants will learn about TRC Calls to Action.

2017 Arrêt/Stop Racism Facilitator Training 

All workshops are FREE and from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

  • REGINA: February 14 and 15, 2017

    South Leisure Neighbourhood Centre Gym
    170 Sunset Drive. Regina, SK

  • PRINCE ALBERT: March 1 and 2, 2017

    March 1: Prince Albert Multicultural Council, 1410 Central Ave., Prince Albert, SK
    March 2: Margo Fournier Centre, 1211 1st Ave West, Prince Albert, SK

  • SWIFT CURRENT: March 9 and 10, 2017

    All Saints Catholic School Gym
    2180 Woodrow Lloyd Place, Swift Current, SK

Note:  The workshops in Saskatoon were cancelled and moved to Prince Albert to facilitate access for northern schools.


Frequently Asked Questions

Who can take this training?

People, especially young adults, with some experience in at least one of the following areas: leadership, multiculturalism, anti-racism, and anti-oppression.  High school students, university students, Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS) or people working in the community are encouraged to apply.

What is the time commitment?

Mandatory for the facilitator to commit to the two day workshops:

  • Day 1 – Facilitator will receive training.
  • Day 2 – Facilitate small group activities with high school students

MCoS hopes that interested parties will want to continue facilitating in the future.

What do I receive?

In addition to skill development and tools, facilitators earn $200 for the 2 days. MCoS can also provide references upon request.

How will MCoS choose facilitators?

We will assess applicants on their ability to commit to the two days and their interest in continuing in future years, as well as their experience and interest in working with these topics and/or with teens.

When do I need to apply by?

Apply by February 3, 2017


Apply by online form

Registration is FREE. Apply by February 3, 2017.

http://mcos.ca/anti-racism-facilitator-training-application-form/ (online)


Apply by word document

Registration is FREE. Apply by February 3, 2017.

2017 Arrêt/Stop Racism Facilitator Training Application Form (doc)


Related Links

Anti-Racism Youth Leadership Workshops

Anti-Racism 101

March 21st: International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination


Supported by:

Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan, MCoS, 40th anniversary, 40th gala, gala, SaskTel, Affinity

 

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