INDIGENOUS CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTRE
The First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv) established the Indigenous Continuing Education Centre (ICEC) to strengthen connections, communities and economies through sharing Indigenous knowledge and providing professional development and lifelong learning opportunities.
What is a microcredential?
A Microcredential is an official recognition of a person’s range of skills, knowledge, and competencies in a specific field of knowledge. Shorter in duration than a certificate program and more flexible than a course, a microcredential is often taught at a rapid-pace and can be easily tailored to suit the needs of an individual or organization.
Microcredentials are often used to compliment and enhance an individuals pre-existing education or skills set, but they can also be used as standalone certifications.
Tailored to you
With over 65 technical training sessions from NASA, Esri Canada, Google, Mapbox, and many more, a 2022IMW microdential provides the flexibility for individuals and employers to tailor their certificate to suit their unique needs.
Upgrade your skills
Whether you’re wanting to upgrade your pre-existing skillsets or need to learn something new for a job, a microcredential offers intensive, fast-paced training. Where your assessment is based on competency, not time.
enhance your learning
The 2022IMW Microcredential will enhance your resume and provide the certification that employers are often seeking. Whether you’re pursuing professional or personal goals, a certified microcredential provides additional credibility.
Frequently asked questions about the IMW Microdential:
What's the cost for obtaining a microcredential?
The cost to get the microcredential certification is $262.50.
Does this course require prerequisites?
No, this course does not have a prerequisite.
How is successful completion of the microcredential determined? Are there quizzes or tests involved?
Learners must attend three technical sessions per day either in person or remotely. Learners also must complete the Final Reflective Assignment at the end of the workshop to successfully complete the workshop and receive the microcredential
Who do I contact if need help?
Questions about registration and payment for the microcredential may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about the workshop, you may contact The Firelight Group, at email@example.com.
The Firelight Group
Suite 612, 100 Park Royal
West Vancouver, British Columbia