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History of Training Initiatives

MFNERC’s Training Initiatives provides accredited professional development required to implement innovative programming in schools. These programs are diverse in scope, spanning from physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, educational assistants, and school psychology to remedial literacy.

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What’s new at the Instructional Resource Center

The Instructional Resource Centre (IRC) provides curriculum-appropriate materials to all First Nations schools in Manitoba. As a lending library, teachers and staff can borrow our items. If you are struggling to find a resource or can’t purchase one, put in a request to IRC, and we will do our best to find the resource or work with you to find an appropriate alternative. Our library supports MFNSS and MFNERC schools with lengthy lending privileges.

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ASL Community Get Together

Five families from St. Theresa Point, Garden Hill, and Wasagamack First Nations had a fun get-together in Winnipeg on October 30th, focusing on American Sign Language (ASL) communication.

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Invitation to High School and Middle Years ELA Round Tables

Two-day sessions promoting: networking, information sharing and other professional development that will enhance literacy strategies to implement in the classroom.

We ask you to designate one ELA school teacher from your school to participate in the two-day roundtables.

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Minot State University teams up with MFNERC to deliver Speech Pathology training to First Nations students

MFNERC’s Training Initiatives is dedicated to the success of three First Nations students who are completing their Master of Science in Community Disorders: Speech-Language Pathology at Minot State University, North Dakota.

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Lacrosse in York Factory

Youth 1st Lacrosse is an organization that delivers programming to Indigenous communities in Manitoba. MFNSS is in partnership with Youth 1st Lacrosse, bringing Canada’s national summer sport to 10 schools that are part of the school system.

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Circle of Knowledge and Practices 2019

The Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre is proud to host the annual First Nations Circle of Knowledge & Practices Conference. This year’s theme was “Language, Land, and Learning.”

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MFNERC Training Institute congratulates Occupational Therapy Graduates

MFNERC would like to congratulate Kimberley Moors, Gabrielle Peterson, and Trevor Wilson for graduating with their Masters in Occupational Therapy. The Training Institute hosted a potluck and cake to celebrate the graduates after their convocation ceremony.

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2018-2019 Annual Report

The MFNERC Annual Report is an overview of the successes and challenges of the services to First Nations schools.

We have a strong history of providing these innovative services to the First Nations we serve, and continue to build on that experience to support the educational success of our children.

We work to support students with an education based on a foundation of languages and cultures and a philosophy of lifelong learning. 

We look to member First Nations to help set our direction the path to success for our children to thrive and gain inspiration for the good and fulfilling life.

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Manitoba First Nations Languages Celebration Held in Honour of National Truth and Reconciliation Day


Coinciding with National Truth and Reconciliation Day, AMC and MFNERC hosted the Manitoba First Nations Languages Land-Based Gathering geared towards students from First Nations reserves and Grades Seven and Eight students in Winnipeg. One group travelled from Tataskweyak Cree Nation to participate in the two-day event.

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