All programs offered at the Anishinabek Educational Institute are full-time programs. Our programs are not only designed to reduce the high stress levels which develop when students are away from their family, community, and workplace responsibilities, but are also designed to enable students to retain their jobs while being trained.
Community based delivery programs can either be delivered as on-campus or combination delivery.
Students are required to attend intensive two week in-class sessions twice per semester alternating with a five to six week return to their community while still maintaining a full-time program workload.
Programs are delivered at one of our campuses or at a partnering community. On-campus delivery requires students to participate in-class on a full-time daily basis during each semester.
This program emphasizes traditional healing methods by providing students with the unique opportunity to develop self-awareness and the mental and spiritual healing so often needed by care givers.
This program, which meets all the standards in the provincial Early Childhood competency guidelines, incorporates additional Aboriginal-specific components throughout the curriculum and recognizes the Aboriginal culture and language.
This program prepares the graduate for certification as a Practical Nurse (PN). As a PN, the graduate will function as a member of the health care team in acute care settings such as hospitals, long-term care settings such as nursing homes, and community based settings such as home care and clinics.
The program seeks to provide learners with the opportunity and tools to practice from a holistic, diverse, respectful and meaningful social work practice within their communities and organizations off and on First Nations.
As a graduate of this program, you will increase your ability to affect change. This leading edge initiative is designed for professionals working with families, persons, and communities living with FASD.
The First Nation Child Welfare Advocate program prepares students for the role of advocate or representative on behalf of a First Nation, child and/or family in relation to child protection matters.
This program will appeal to students with a genuine interest in caring for the elderly and physically challenged persons of any age.
This one year certificate will help you gain the admission requirements necessary to apply to the following programs: Dental Assistant, Dental Hygiene, Medical Laboratory Technician, Paramedic, Pharmacy Technician, Practical Nursing, Veterinary Technician and Personal Support Worker.