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April TBC, 2015 - Full moon sweatlodge is open to all, start time 5 PM; if you can, please bring a 'bagful of cedar boughs' with you to help keep the lodge in good form, it is gratefully appreciated. Have questions first? Please feel free to call us at 705.377.4342 and ask for Josh.
SAVE THE DATE! Spring Teach-In will be held Thursday, May 14, 2015. Watch for more details here and on our social media for more information.
KTEI Winter 2015 Communique - Click Here
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As we await notification and confirmation from our post secondary stakeholders in success, tentatively scheduled for the 2015-2016 academic year are the following programs: [please note that this information is subject to change without notice and is circulated here for pre-interest and to assist with student application requirements, meeting deadlines of your community sponsorship PSE partner]:
Police Foundations -Diploma
Community and Economic, Social Development - Certificate
Aboriginal Teacher Education Program - Degree
General Arts and Science - Certificate
Pre-Trades Program - Certificate
Aboriginal Smart Start Entrepreneurship Program - Certificate
Anishinaabe Odziiwin activities are open, free learning opportunities for all members of the public, including staff and students of KTEI. Bring a friend…learn a little, laugh a little, live a lifetime! Light healthy lunch and prize draws for participants. Miigwech for bringing your feast bag and supporting our Eco school designation. Remember to dress appropriately as some activities are hosted outdoors. Pre-registration is not required but encouraged. Watch for dates and event details posted below:
Friday, April 24, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm, join us in a 20 minute walk in the great outdoors to learn and examine our Mnidoo Mnising biosphere; listen to a teaching with Joe - author and blogger of "Creators Garden" - and join us in the sampling of traditional teas from our own Manitoulin Island bio region. This is an activity from the physical aspect of holistic education. It is a free, open event and all are welcome to attend.
Friday, April 10, April 17, April 24, 2015- Learn the art of traditional craft making with expert Dalrene Bebonang. Darlene is at KTEI Fridays from 11 AM - 2 PM. Free! Open event for all to attend!
May 8, 9, 2015 - Firearms Safety; maximum of 10 participants; Click Here for Details and Registration Form
May 15, 16, 2015 - Hunter Safety; maximum of 10 participants; Click Here for Details and Registration Form
May 15, 2015 - "Writing Briefing Notes: Getting Results That Matter" -
Synopsis and details can be found by clicking here. Don't miss out on this excellent professional development learning opportunity!
COMING SOON! "Introduction to Computers & Facebook for Seniors"
Dates, schedule, location will be announced soon!
To Suggest your Idea for a Learning Seminar or General Interest Course, please call 705.377.4342 and ask for Beverley
Updated: April 21, 2015