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The Zhashagi Process: Day #2

April 14 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

$1200
The Zhashagi Process - 6 Steps to Meaningful Indigenous/Industry Engagement

On Day #2, the course begins to outline the first 3 steps to Effective Consultation.

The course includes tips to ensure that capacity building is included in effective consultation between Industry and Indigenous Communities, using information sharing and Community Values risk assessment tools.

The course also includes discussions regarding understanding the need for capacity building in the communities, and how to maintain it , the importance of sharing the “right”, value-added information and knowing what is expected. Tools to gather and understand community values are introduced, and instructions on how to use these to determine how the values may be impacted with planned development projects. 

TOOLS FOR MEANINGFUL COMMUNICATION WITH INDUSTRY

THE ZHASHAGI PROCESS

The “Zhashagi Process – 6 Steps to Meaningful Indigenous/Industry Engagement” training provides Indigenous Communities as well as Industry practical and value-added tools to utilize during engagement and consultation.

Real-world examples and easy-to-use tools are provided to ensure that engagement activities are effective, simple to implement and established to maintain over the long term, while ensuring the Community’s values and Industry activities are actively considered for development projects, even through times of change.

INSTRUCTORS

Brad Cole, Senior Environmental Specialist

BRAD COLE

Project Manager

Brad Cole has over a decade of experience in the coordination of environmental management activities in the mining and forestry industries, complemented by a deep understanding of the Canadian Environmental acts and regulations. Brad also brings a strong capacity for visioning the long-term impacts of projects, complemented by the ability to chart pragmatic strategies for mitigating risks. 

Mr. Cole’s experience encompasses conducting environmental site assessments and developing environmental management systems, as well as experience in facilitating consultations with First Nations communities and the public at large.

Permitting Coordinator

KATHY-LYNN MORRISH

Permitting and Indigenous Community Support Specialist

Kathy-Lynn Morrish holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Environmental Biology and Technology from Nipissing University.

Kathy has more than 10 years of experience in the mining industry focused on compliance with Acts, Regulations, Permits and Authorizations from various government agencies.

The Zhashagi Process - 6 Steps to Meaningful Indigenous/Industry Engagement - Day 2

On Day #2, the course begins to outline the first 3 steps to Effective Consultation.

The course includes tips to ensure that capacity building is included in effective consultation between Industry and Indigenous Communities, using information sharing and Community Values risk assessment tools.

The course also includes discussions regarding understanding the need for capacity building in the communities, and how to maintain it , the importance of sharing the “right”, value-added information and knowing what is expected. Tools to gather and understand community values are introduced, and instructions on how to use these to determine how the values may be impacted with planned development projects. 

TOOLS FOR MEANINGFUL COMMUNICATION WITH INDUSTRY

The “Zhashagi Process – 6 Steps to Meaningful Indigenous/Industry Engagement” training provides Indigenous Communities as well as Industry practical and value-added tools to utilize during engagement and consultation.

Real-world examples and easy-to-use tools are provided to ensure that engagement activities are effective, simple to implement and established to maintain over the long term, while ensuring the Community’s values and Industry activities are actively considered for development projects, even through times of change.

INSTRUCTORS

BRAD COLE

Project Manager
Brad Cole, Senior Environmental Specialist

Brad Cole has over a decade of experience in the coordination of environmental management activities in the mining and forestry industries, complemented by a deep understanding of the Canadian Environmental acts and regulations. Brad also brings a strong capacity for visioning the long-term impacts of projects, complemented by the ability to chart pragmatic strategies for mitigating risks. 

Mr. Cole’s experience encompasses conducting environmental site assessments and developing environmental management systems, as well as experience in facilitating consultations with First Nations communities and the public at large.

KATHY-LYNN MORRISH

Permitting and Indigenous Community Support Specialist
Permitting Coordinator

Kathy-Lynn Morrish holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Environmental Biology and Technology from Nipissing University.

Kathy has more than 10 years of experience in the mining industry focused on compliance with Acts, Regulations, Permits and Authorizations from various government agencies.

WORKSHOP EVENT LIST

DAY #1

April 7, 2021

During Day #1 we will review of legislation related to indigenous/industry consultation requirements in Ontario.

An overview of basic consultation components and processes are covered. Both industry and indigenous community expectations are explored. The “Zhashagi 6 Steps to Consultation” approach is introduced.

DAY #1

April 7, 2021

During Day #1 we will review of legislation related to indigenous/industry consultation requirements in Ontario.

An overview of basic consultation components and processes are covered. Both industry and indigenous community expectations are explored. The “Zhashagi 6 Steps to Consultation” approach is introduced.

DAY #2

April 14, 2021

On Day #2, the course begins to outline the first 3 steps to Effective Consultation.

The course includes tips to ensure that capacity building is included in effective consultation between Industry and Indigenous Communities, using information sharing and Community Values risk assessment tools.

The course also includes discussions regarding understanding the need for capacity building in the communities, and how to maintain it , the importance of sharing the “right”, value-added information and knowing what is expected. Tools to gather and understand community values are introduced, and instructions on how to use these to determine how the values may be impacted with planned development projects. 

DAY #2

April 14, 2021

On Day #2, the course begins to outline the first 3 steps to Effective Consultation.

The course includes tips to ensure that capacity building is included in effective consultation between Industry and Indigenous Communities, using information sharing and Community Values risk assessment tools.

The course also includes discussions regarding understanding the need for capacity building in the communities, and how to maintain it , the importance of sharing the “right”, value-added information and knowing what is expected. Tools to gather and understand community values are introduced, and instructions on how to use these to determine how the values may be impacted with planned development projects. 

DAY #3

April 21, 2021

On Day #3, Steps 4 to 6 of the Zhashagi 6-Step to Effective Consultation approach are explored.

The steps include how to assess projects, using community values identified; Introduction of Values Management Plans to manage identified values risks; Firming up Commitments between Industry and Indigenous Communities – common agreements and tools; and an overview of the Benefits of the Zhashagi Process. 

DAY #3

April 21, 2021

On Day #3, Steps 4 to 6 of the Zhashagi 6-Step to Effective Consultation approach are explored.

The steps include how to assess projects, using community values identified; Introduction of Values Management Plans to manage identified values risks; Firming up Commitments between Industry and Indigenous Communities – common agreements and tools; and an overview of the Benefits of the Zhashagi Process. 

Details

Date:
April 14
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Cost:
$1200
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Venue

Online Training | MS Teams
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Organizer

Blue Heron | Training Events
Phone:
705-665-3787
Email:
smaki@blueheronenv.com
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