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Indigenous Language Revitalization through Land-based Learning

June 27, 2018

Red River College is offering a week-long accredited course that uses land-based learning to support language revitalization. You’ll learn from local Elders and certified Indigenous language teachers working in language revitalization programs in Winnipeg school divisions.

This is the third course being offered as part of the Indigenous Language program at Red River College. It is open to anyone, including Indigenous and non-Indigenous learners. Course content and methodology will accommodate both fluent and non-fluent speakers.

This course can be taken as part of RRC’s Indigenous Language Certificate program, or as a stand-alone course to increase competency in land-based education. Come and learn with us and our community as we revitalize language through our relationships to the land, people, teachings, ceremonies and songs.

This is a 40-credit-hour course, which counts as three credits. For more information, contact Linda Bulka at lbulka@rrc.ca.

The course cost is $599. To apply for a bursary, contact Darlene Funk at dfunk@rrc.ca.

To register: visit rrc.ca/irl or phone 204.632.2180.

Download the poster for the course here.