Exciting Progress in Indigenous Education Quality Assurance

In-Person Location: Six Nations Polytechnic, Brantford Campus
Virtual Attendance Option: Microsoft Teams, please register to receive the presentation link
            -Opening address and Announcement from Rebecca Jamieson, SNP President/CEO
            - Welcome and remarks from SNP Board Chair, Kevin Martin
            -Video presentation Making a difference: teaching and learning
            - Growing Quality Post-Secondary Indigenous Education in Ontario Laurie Robinson, Executive Director; Indigenous Advanced Education and Skills Council
            -remarks from special guests
            -Closing song, virtual event concludes
11:30   Reception and sneak peek at SNP’s newly acquired athletic building

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Please Note: Current COVID-19 protocols at SNP include mask and vaccine requirements.
Fast Facts 
Six Nations Polytechnic was the first and remains the only Institute in Canada or North America to offer a stand-alone Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages and is now the first to offer an HBAOL (Honours Bachelor of Arts in Ogwehoweh Languages) starting September 2022  
Six Nations Polytechnic's STEAM Academy praised in its pilot year (announced 2018) – Six Nations Polytechnic's STEAM Academy praised in its pilot year | CBC News (announced 2018) 
Ontario approves Six Nations Polytechnic to deliver apprenticeship training (announced 2020) https://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/news/local-news/ontario-approves-six-nations-polytechnic-to-deliver-apprenticeship-training
Six Nations Polytechnic receives World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium accreditation https://www.snpolytechnic.com/news/six-nations-polytechnic-receives-world-indigenous-nations-higher-education-consortium


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Brantford ON N3S7P5

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