Wiidooktaadyang (We are Helping One Another)


Promoting Health and Wellness in Anishinaabe Communities

The overarching objective of this three-module course is to facilitate the learning of anyone who seeks to promote health and wellness in Anishinaabe communities. Learners will leave the course with an understanding of Indigenous peoples’ health, culture as a foundation of care, and engagement with practical learning to promote wholistic health and wellness as priority in their work with Indigenous peoples.

Learners will earn a digital badge for the successfully completion of this self-paced online learning opportunity that they can proudly add to their professional portfolios and/or share on social media platforms such as LinkedIn.

Opening on National Indigenous Peoples Day, Wednesday June 21, 2023

Nipissing First Nation members

please contact extendedlearning@nipissingu.ca directly to register.

All other learners register here:

$225/learner plus applicable taxes.

Delivery Mode: Learners will be emailed 2-3 business days after registering with an invitation to access the online learning materials.

Completion of this micro-credential is asynchronous and self-paced. Approximately 30 hours toward this enriched learning experience can be expected.

Questions? extendedlearning@nipissingu.ca

Collaboratively developed between Nipissing University and Nipissing First Nation. Funded through the Ontario Government, Ontario Challenge Fund.