The topics of Canada's hidden history of relationship with Indigenous peoples and lingering racism against Indigenous today, can be very sensitive. A sensitivity is not a good enough reason to avoid these topics, but the sensitivity demands a high level of skill in the course facilitators to ensure the safety of participants. Certified ICC Facilitators (CICCF) have adult education theory and practice, facilitation skill, theory and practice in facilitating difficult conversations, and in-depth knowledge of the curriculum areas. CICCF have proven their skills and knowledge in a proctored exam and meet a quality of standard as set by the Indigenous Reconciliation Group.
Certified ICC Facilitators in southern Canada
In addition to the Master Trainers in IRG, we are honoured to work with Certified ICC Facilitators across Canada.
With a MA in Business Administration and significant experience in the health sector, Lori has co-authored five books and written a number of articles, presentations and reports which she has presented in Canada, the US and Europe. She is also a trained facilitator who has developed and delivered courses and workshops for a variety of organizations. Lori is a certified change management professional, and has worked with both large and small organizations across the country.
Donika holds a Masters in Public Health with experience in Nunavut in health promotion, as well health equity work in Ontario. Donika is active in the voluntary sector and currently sits on the board of the Canadian Public Health Association.
Certified ICC Facilitators in Nunavut
Through special arrangement with the Government of Nunavut, Certified ICC Facilitators provide ICC in Nunavut. Certified ICC Facilitators (CICCF) have completed an intensive coursework in adult education theory and practice, facilitation skills and in-depth content review; and maintain continuous learning in the content areas.
Joined by the Minister of Health and Rose LeMay, from left to right are the CICCF graduated in 2017-2018:
- Minister of Health, the Hon. Pat Angnakak
- Joseph Murdoch-Flowers, Department of Health
- Donika Jones, currently working in the south
- Helen Hai Yen Hoang, Department of Education
- Katharine Bartlett, Department of Education
- Joanne Idlout, Department of Health
- David Aglukark, RCMP
- Matilda Madekufamba, Department of Health
- Peter Polanowski, Department of Environment
- Trina Qaqqaq, Department of Health
- Jonathan Paradis, currently working in the south
- Naomi Wilman, Department of Health
- Rose LeMay
- Angela Michielsen, Department of Culture and Heritage
- Karen Kabloona, Associate Deputy Minister, Department of Health
- Hanna Wolff, Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs
- (missing) Marygalak Ashoona Bergin, Department of Health
The graduating class of spring 2019:
Top left to right:
- Kerri Tattuinee, Department of Health
- Jodi Alderson, Department of Education
- Yvonne Niego, Department of Family Services
- Jordanne Amos, Department of Family Services
- Henry Coman, Department of Justice
Bottom left to right:
- Donna Olsen-Hakongac, Department of Justice
- Cassandra Mongelluzzo, Department of Education
- Leah Aliyak Milley, Department of Health
- Jukipa Kotierk, Department of Health