Aboriginal Law Training

We believe in strengthening Indigenous communities through the training and development of leaders in the workplace. We provide specialized programs on legislation, governance structures and policy development so that management and employees are equipped to handle the challenges of today’s workplace. We conduct a thorough organizational assessment for our clients, then help them manage risks and build their internal capacity for long-term success.

Investigation Training & Compliance with Bill-65


Date: November 8 and 9, 2021

Level: Introductory

Learn how to conduct an investigation that will stand up to scrutiny from receiving a complaint to completing the investigation report. We will review what your workplace policy needs to include to comply with Bill C-65 and help you develop a procedure for responding to complaints of harassment and violence.

When you attend our training session, you receive ongoing support for your workplace investigations. Your organization can contact our firm and speak with a lawyer for up to an hour, at no cost, to help you trouble-shoot any difficulties you encounter during an investigation.

By the end of the course, you will know how to:

  • Identify when an investigation is necessary
  • Set up a formal investigation
  • Interview witnesses
  • Resolve credibility issues
  • Draft a comprehensive investigation report
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Bill C-65 Harassment and Violence Training

Cost: $250


Date: November 9, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30 and December 2, 7, 9

Level: Introductory

Bill C-65 requires employers to conduct a risk assessment and draft workplace policies to proactively address harassment and violence in the workplace. In addition, employees need to both understand the new policies and be trained regarding their obligations. This course is designed to help you quickly train your staff and ensure they are comfortable with these new responsibilities.

By the end of the course, you will know how to:

  • Understand the definition of harassment and what behaviours do not constitute harassment, i.e. performance management by ones manager
  • Understand the procedure for filing a complaint and the employer’s response
  • Appreciate the role of the conciliator and investigator in the resolution process
  • Receive an overview of the investigation process and their responsibility to cooperate
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