Regional Workshops

Local Education Agreements

Learn about best practices identified by BC First Nations representatives around LEAs, LEA development and LEA implementation in order to support First Nations student success in public schools.  See the updated LEA toolkit and sample LEA… (details and registration)

Student Safety Training

This workshop is designed to expand your skills in bullying prevention and techniques for building safe and caring school communities, based on the Ministry of Education’s ERASE Bullying Strategy.  Co-developed with FNESC to include an emphasis on meeting the needs of First Nations students…. None currently offered- but watch for news in 2013

Enhancement Agreement Regional Meetings

EAs are formal arrangements between a school district, all local Aboriginal communities and the BC Ministry of Education.  At this workshop, learn about EAs and how they can be used to promote Aboriginal student success in public schools. None currently offered- but watch for news in 2013

K-12 Language and Culture Curriculum Development Workshops

Language and culture teachers! At this workshop, see the new draft K-12 First Nations Language and Curriculum Framework and lend your feedback to help us improve this new resource. The draft framework is part of the ongoing activioties of FNESC and FNSA to work with First Nations schools and communities to develop high-quality and relevant curriculum for teachers in public and First Nations schools.  None currently offered- but watch for news in 2013

New School Toolkit

This is a workshop for BC First Nations communities that are interested in learning more about the process of building/planning a new school, or undertaking a major addition/renovation project to an existing school. It will review the highlights of the New School Toolkit and provide opportunities for questions and discussion about local plans. Date to be announced None currently offered- but watch for news in 2013

  • Established in 1992, the First Nations Education Steering Committee is an independent society led by a strong and diverse board of 105 First Nations community representatives.

    FNESC is committed to improving education for all First Nations students in BC.