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New Training Opportunity – Bachelor of Education

NORTHERN INDIGENOUS TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM (NITEP)

Apr 30, 2019

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Northern Training Opportunity

Gabriel Dumont Institute

And

The Lac La Ronge Indian Band

Are partnering to deliver a 4-year fully accredited

NORTHERN INDIGENOUS TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM (NITEP)

Bachelor of Education Degree

 

            The Program

  • GDI has been working with the Province’s Universities for the past 40 years to train over 1200 Indigenous teachers whose credentials are recognized across Canada. To address the Teacher shortage in Northern Saskatchewan, GDI and the Lac La Ronge Indian Band are proud to announce they are partnering to deliver a Northern Indigenous Teacher Education Program.
  • Do you want to enroll in a 4 year fully accredited Teacher Training Program with an emphasis on Northern Indigenous Culture, language, with land-based instruction?
  • Do you want a Program that emphasizes community where you and your classmates study together for 4 years through personalized face-to-face instruction and on-site support?

 

Program Details

  • Location: Lac La Ronge Indian Band (Air Ronge)
  • Start Date: September, 2019
  • Tuition, books and income support may be available to all qualified Métis and First Nations applicants. First Nations applicants can apply to obtain funding through their band.  Housing may be available upon application.

 

How to Apply

  • Interested Métis students should contact Michael Relland at michael.relland@gdi.gdins.org – Phone: 306-764-1818
  • Interested Members of Lac La Ronge Indian Band should contact Tammy Robinson at Tammy.Robinson@llribedu.ca – Phone: 306-425-7969
  • An Information Session for Potential students will be held in mid-June. Interested applicants can apply through regular university entrance or mature admissions if they are 21.

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