This study is about the future, not the past.
The First Nations Technology is supporting First Nation communities to OWN their own data, USE data in ways that benefit the people of the community and CONTROL the system that they collect it on. The FNTC is currently partnering with Sto:lo Nation to further develop and distribute UNIFICATION, a system created by First Nations for First Nations.
Active Measures(AM) initiative is designed to support First Nations moving from a passive income assistance environment towards the job market. It can include skills development, counselling, job searching support etc.
Previous research has shown that child care has an impact on children's social and developmental outcomes. However, little is known about child care for First Nations, Métis and Inuit children.
These orientations are provided by the FNSDS Centre to new and novice BSDWs, utilizing the BSDW Self-directed Training Manual.
The Level 1a training offers basic training in the SA Application process, documentation, caseload management and monthly reporting.