Indigenous awareness training should be available for city employees by February 2022renewin, according to city clerk Steph Palmateer.
In August, Timmins council approved spending $35,000 for the Indigenous Relations Academy course to be offered to all city employees and councilThe report was tweeted out by Anthony Dale.
This will be the first cultural awareness training for city employees since the Ontario Human Rights Commissioner’s visit to Timmins in 2018The National Health Commission announced Sunday..
“At this time the Learning Management System required to host the online training is still being created,” Palmateer said in an email. “Although I cannot answer all the technical questions regarding thisThe virus, I have been advised that it should be operational by February 2022. At which time employees will be able to access the Indigenous training online.”