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Inspiring you

to find your gift


to succeed at
KENJGEWIN TEG

Viewbook 2018/19
CONTENTS
Executive Directors Message 4
Anishinaabe Aadziiwin 8
Academic Upgrading 12

COLLEGE PROGRAMS 13
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder 14
Business  16
Personal Support Worker  18
Adult Educator College Certificate 20

TRADES CENTER:21
Trades Fundamentals 22
Mechanical Techniques Welder Fitter 24

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 26
Decolonizing Education Certificate 27
Additional Qualifications (Aq) 28
Courses for Educators 28
Contact North and E-Learning  29

Ready to apply? 30
Financial Support 32
Programs at a Glance  34

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EXECUTIVE
Over the last 12 months, Kenjgewin Teg has carefully planned
many different training pathways for you. We want you to know
that as a potential student, there are various e-courses, modules,
and programs that can help you get one step closer to getting the

DIRECTORS education you set out to do, for your future. We have courses and
programs in the following areas:

MESSAGE ĴĴ Secondary School Courses and Diploma

ĴĴ Maawndoo Kinoomaagasiwin/Literacy and Basic Skills

ĴĴ Academic Upgrading

ĴĴ On-line Courses, Pre-Employment Readiness Access

ĴĴ College Programs
January 30, 2018
ĴĴ University Programs
It is my pleasure to share with you some ĴĴ Trades Centre

exciting training opportunities that we ĴĴ Additional Qualifications Courses

have available for you here at Kenjgewin ĴĴ Anishinabe Aaadizwin

Teg in 2018 and 2019. Kenjgewin Teg It has been said by leaders in education in Ontario, that any student who seeks advanced
and higher education will be able to access it without financial barriers. With the various
welcomes all students who are ready funding options available to students ranging from sponsorship, OSAP, awards, and
bursaries, our team of counselors will do our best to work with you to reach your pathway.
to pursue their academic goals while At Kenjgewin Teg we are a community-based site that cultivates small class sizes and

gaining a greater understanding of the individual attention to your learning success. We value Anishinabe Aadziwin learnings that
will be embedded throughout the program and learning environment. We will support your
Mnidoo Mnising Anishinabek. Our personal, spiritual and emotional wellness while you attend Kenjgewin Teg.

Anishinabek worldview will be a part of


One thing is for sure if you want to succeed we will do everything we can to the best of
our ability to ensure you do too! We are located here in M’Chigeeng, centrally located

not only our teaching model but also in on Manitoulin Island. Please come in and meet our Post Secondary and Adult Education
Training team. We would be excited to help you enroll in one of our many courses or

our learning systems. programs of study. Your future awaits you!

Yours in education,

Stephanie Roy, Ph.D. (Cand.), M.A, OCT


Executive Director

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IS KENJGEWIN TEG ABOUT US!
4 U?
Kenjgewin Teg welcomes both
Indigenous and non-Indigenous
students who are interested in
pursing their academic goals, while
gaining an inclusive understanding of
Indigenous worldviews.
OUR VISION OUR MISSION OUR VALUES
Ji-miingidwaa waase’aabawin Mshkowendamook Kenjgewin Teg ĴĴ Commitment to student
ekinoomaagaazjik wii miigwe’aad Anishinaabe success
OF COURSE, IT IS – AND THIS IS WHY! wii waambdamwaad nibwaakaawin miinwaa
ezhimiingoowewziwad, waabshkiiye-kakendaaswin. ĴĴ Creativity in the design and
wiiniminokshke’ewziwadmaampii delivery of our programs &
akiing. Kenjgewin Teg is dedicated to services
lifelong learning by providing an
ĴĴ Efficiency by using the best
Inspiring students to find their Anishinabewin community based
of our resources for the
approach to education, training
1 2 3 4 5 gifts to further succeed in the
world! and business support services
benefit of our membership
and opportunities ĴĴ Education by ensuring proper
We are centrally You are open to Value the We will support We smile and support is available to meet
located on Mnidoo a community- Anishinabek your personal, laugh a lot needs of student and staff
Mnising: making based learning cultural learning: spiritual and …. it can be for educational success
it more convenient environment- Anishinaabe emotional contagious!
to attend school, your commitment Aadziiwin! wellness ĴĴ Honour of the Anishinabek
continue to work to learning is all language, culture, history,
and best of all you we ask! and heritage
do not have to
ĴĴ Respect by treating each
leave your family
other equally
– You get to live
right in your home ĴĴ Teamwork by working
community! together to ensure success

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ANISHINAABE OUR TRADITIONAL
AADZIIWIN KNOWLEDGE KEEPERS

When considering enrolling in one of Knowledge Keepers help strengthen the core
Kenjgewin Teg’s community-based of our organization by sharing their unique gifts,
programs, you will also be joining our we also utilize many other Traditional Knowledge
Keepers in the direct delivery of programs. In
Anishinabek place of learning. our philosophy of Anishinabek education, we
believe that learning is a lifelong journey. Defining
As a student of Kenjgewin Teg, you will and implementing our educational purpose
become part of standard organizational at Kenjgewin Teg plays a significant role in
practices implemented which have been Bmaadziwin for our students, community and
designed to support both student and Nation; for Kenjgewin Teg, this means that we
staff personal development. Learning continuously strive to nurture confident, resilient
learners who are culturally grounded in personal
within an Anishinabek worldview is
identity and who are active participants engaged
integral to Kenjgewin Teg’s philosophy in their own learning with high aspirations in
of learning and education. Kenjgewin becoming a good citizen of Mother Earth…
Teg strives to achieve this goal by living a good life. We also believe strongly that
adopting standards and processes for Anishinabek cultural inclusiveness must exist
students, for educators, for curriculum throughout a student’s educational experience
content and as a place of learning. with us. At Kenjgewin Teg, learning must occur
in an environment where our organizational
Kenjgewin Teg will provide many
values are fostered and demonstrated amongst
opportunities throughout the year Kenjgewin Teg believes that education and within our lifelong learning community. Our
for learning in language, traditions, includes building a strong foundation for organizational values are very important to us,
and culture, and you will have the personal resilience and pride in wholistic and it is our goal to ensure teachers, faculty
opportunity to choose the areas which learning and development. members, staff and our Traditional Knowledge
interest you! As you travel through Holders are student centred and have only the
the successes and challenges of your For this reason, Kenjgewin Teg strives to include best interests of student success at heart. We
Traditional Anishinabek Knowledge Holders as part believe emotional, spiritual, intellectual, and
school year, you will see how we
of our core sources of teaching Mino Bmaadziwin, social development is critical to the educational
encourage and support all students, in as well as being part of our pedagogical strategy in and learning experience for each and every
participating, learning and becoming transmitting knowledge for learning in a respectful student that chooses to learn at Kenjgewin Teg…
a part of Kenjgewin Teg’s many way. As its core source of knowledge and guidance, this balanced learning philosophy will nurture
cultural learning events, activities and Kenjgewin Teg is pleased to have knowledge students – and will help make Kenjgewin Teg
experiences. You will be pleasantly holders that we look to for guidance and assistance students realize their limitless potential!
surprised how much you will learn in many areas in our organizational structure
and governance. While our current Traditional
about yourself and others!

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MAAWNDOO

MAAWNDOO KINOOMAAGASIWIN (LITERACY AND BASIC SKILLS)


WE’RE HERE 4 U!
KINOOMAAGASIWIN
A wide range of student support
services provide advice and guidance
(Literacy and Basic Skills)
to students of Kenjgewin Teg regarding
educational issues, planning, career Kenjgewin Teg is currently providing service available for all Manitoulin Island residents. The Maawndoo
exploration, as well as personal Kinoomaagasiwin program helps adults in Ontario to develop and apply communication, numeracy,
interpersonal and digital skills to achieve their goals. The Maawndoo Kinoomaagasiwin program serves
growth, development and life skills learners who have goals to successfully transition to employment, postsecondary, apprenticeship, secondary
coaching. Additional services include school, and increased independence. The Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework (OALCF) is the
cornerstone of Employment Maawndoo Kinoomaagasiwin Program, helping adults to achieve their goals of
Individual Education Plans/Academic further education, work, and independence. The OALCF is a competency-based framework that supports the
Career Counselling, Tutoring and Peer development of adult literacy programming delivered through the Maawndoo Kinoomaagasiwin Program.
Support, Intervention and Advocacy Individuals access five services that contribute to the successful completion of a learner plan. Service
providers may focus on preparing learners for different goal paths but each learner, regardless of the focus of
Services, Elder-in-Residence, Cultural the service provider’s programming, receives the same five services:
Teachings, Individual Student
Counselling and Outreach
Information and Assessment Learner Plan Training Follow-up
Referral Development

education. However, returning to the regular


WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? school system should be the priority for these
learners; and
The Maawndoo Kinoomaagasiwin Program is available ĴĴ who are proficient enough in speaking and
to Ontario residents who are out of school and listening to benefit fully from the language of LBS
communicate in English. Special emphasis is placed on instruction (English). This eligibility requirement
serving individuals who are receiving social assistance does not apply to Deaf learners.
through Ontario Works. Services are free, and
Kenjgewin Teg is pleased to be a newly designated site
serving Manitoulin Island, in directed and self-directed Upon enrolling into Kenjgewin Teg for Post Secondary
Programming, students will be required to complete
format, and online through e-Channel service delivery.
COUNSELLING RESOURCES one of the following options below:

IPS 140 Mino-Bmaadziwin (Culture Camp)


We are committed to helping each student reach their maximum potential - think THE MAAWNDOO *Only one session below is required to be completed,
clearly, feel deeply and act wisely. Career and guidance counselling is provided for KINOOMAAGASIWIN PROGRAM please choose which session.

students of all ages on matters relating to educational and vocational planning.


SERVES ADULT LEARNERS: Total hours: 84
Interviews are also available at any time by a teacher or with a counsellor. Our ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Fall session – October 9-12, 2018;
ĴĴ who are Ontario residents;
counsellors have the most recent information available on colleges and universities additional weekend classes November 3rd, 4th and
to enable students to investigate postsecondary opportunities, and which educational ĴĴ whose literacy and basic skills are assessed at 5th and November 30th, December 1st and December
intake as being less than the end of Level 3 of 2nd; final peer presentation date in December TBC;
pathway meets students needs. (overnight camping not required)
the International Adult Literacy and Skills Survey
(IALSS) or the OALCF; ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Spring session – May 21-24, 2019 –
overnight inclusive camping, location to be determined,
ĴĴ who are at least 19 years old. On an exception final peer presentation May 24th, 2019
only basis, LBS service providers may serve
young adults between ages 16 to 18 who Many students who successfully complete this
demonstrate the maturity to benefit from adult program proceed directly into the ACE Program

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ACADEMIC
ACADEMIC UPGRADING

UPGRADING
Have you been out of school for some time and
need to update your skills? PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
Missing required courses or need higher grades
to apply for a college program? ĴĴ Enrol at any time (continuous intake)
ĴĴ Upgrade to a level required for direct entry into
Academic Upgrading can help you achieve your
college or apprenticeship programs
postsecondary, apprenticeship, or career goals. You
will learn at a flexible pace and choose the courses ĴĴ Improve employability skills

COLLEGE
that are right for you. Begin your journey with us!
ĴĴ Attend on a full-time or part-time basis
ĴĴ Work at a flexible pace in a supportive learning
PROGRAM OVERVIEW: environment
ĴĴ Study in a welcoming environment and enjoy the

PROGRAMS
This flexible training is tailored to suit your privileges of a College student
educational and/or employment goals. You can attend
these programs on a full- or part-time basis to suit ĴĴ Learners may qualify for childcare support and/or
your busy schedule. transportation allowances
ĴĴ does not apply to Deaf learners.

ACADEMIC AND CAREER


Upon enrolling into Kenjgewin Teg for Post Secondary
ENTRANCE PROGRAM (ACE) Programming, students will be required to complete
one of the following options below:
The ACE program allows you to upgrade your academic IPS 140 Mino-Bmaadziwin (Culture Camp)
skills and prepares you for further education. Studies
may include communications, mathematics, biology, *Only one session below is required to be completed,
please choose which session.
and chemistry. Successful completion of the ACE
Program provides a Grade 12 equivalence that is Total hours: 84
recognized for admission to college post-secondary
programs and apprenticeship training in Ontario. ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Fall session – October 9-12, 2018;
additional weekend classes November 3rd, 4th and
5th and November 30th, December 1st and December
2nd; final peer presentation date in December TBC;
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS (overnight camping not required)

ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Spring session – May 21-24, 2019 –


ĴĴ Ontario residents 19 years of age and older overnight inclusive camping, location to be determined,
final peer presentation May 24th, 2019
ĴĴ Must complete a math and/or English skills
assessment
Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided
ĴĴ Proficient in English (speaking and listening) in this viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin
Teg and our partners reserve the right to modify any course, program,
curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a community based
delivery program with its partner, this program offering is subject to
TUITION FEES: approved funding and sufficient enrolment.

FREE

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COLLEGE PROGRAM: FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER

COLLEGE PROGRAM: FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDER


FETAL ALCOHOL
There are no academic prerequisites for
FASD101. This course can be taken without PROGRAM OF STUDY:
admittance into the FASD Certificate Program
however, the course does involve a significant

SPECTRUM
amount of reading and writing, including several Semester 1
major written assignments. Some computer
literacy is highly recommended. Individual FASD101-3 Overview of FASD
In partnership with: FASD course work may be undertaken at the
FASD102-3 Human Development

DISORDER
discretion of the College.
FASD103-3 Brain and Behaviour
Note: A Criminal Records Check is essential FASD104-3 Cultural Perspectives in FASD
for FASD111-Practicum. Agencies are within FASD105-3 Addictions
their rights to deny placement to the student
with a problematic CPIC. Semester 2

FASD106-3 Developmental and Learning Disabilities


TUITION FEES: FASD107-3 Support Strategies
FASD108-3 Prevention
EDUCATION PATHWAY FASD109-3 Special Topics in FASD
CREDENTIAL: Ontario College Diploma To be confirmed
FASD110-3 Fundamentals and Professional Implications
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 year Graduates may find employment in a wide range of FASD111-8 Practicum
occupational fields providing service to individuals,
START DATE: Fall 2018- Full Time families and communities, such as: Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided in this
Status with Blended Delivery Schedule viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin Teg and our partners
(may include evenings and/or weekends) ĴĴ Health Services reserve the right to modify any course, program, curriculum, fee, timetable or
location at any time. As a community based delivery program with its partner, this
ĴĴ Social service agencies/social work program offering is subject to approved funding and sufficient enrolment.

ĴĴ Developmental services support


ĴĴ Education
PROGRAM OVERVIEW:
ĴĴ Criminal justice; corrections or policing
This Ontario College Graduate Certificate program to ĴĴ Infant, child and youth organizations and service
provide professionals with knowledge and skills to delivery agencies/facilities
improve FASD services, to impact policy development
and to understand the complex challenges facing
families, individuals and communities at risk for,
or living with, FASD. Effective prevention and ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
intervention strategies, research and professionalism
are emphasized so that services may be delivered ĴĴ Ontario College Diploma
in a respectful and culturally competent manner
toward achieving balance and harmony in the context ĴĴ Ontario College Advanced Diploma Degree OR
of wholistic health and healing of all community equivalent
members. All courses must be completed
successfully within 5 years of registration for first Ideally in one of the following areas:
course. Note: A maximum of 3 FASD courses may be ĴĴ Health care
taken prior to registration in the certificate program.
ĴĴ Social or human services
ĴĴ Education
ĴĴ Criminal care
ĴĴ Criminal justice

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9. describe and apply marketing and sales Semester 4
COLLEGE PROGRAM: BUSINESS

COLLEGE PROGRAM: BUSINESS


concepts used to support the operations of an
organization; BCG203 - 3 Entrepreneurship

BUSINESS
In partnership with:
10. outline principles of supply chain management BCG204 - 3 Business Law
and operations management; BCG206 - 3 Corporate Social Responsibility
BCG207 - 4 Business Simulation
11. outline and assess the components of a
business plan; and,
BCG307 - 3 Project Management
BCO208 - 4 Statistics
12. develop strategies for ongoing personal and SSC102 - 3 Introduction to Aboriginal Peoples
professional development to enhance work of Canada
performance in the business field.
Reference Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities,
Business Program Standards (MTCU 50200, December 2012) Upon enrolling into Kenjgewin Teg for Post Secondary
Graduates may seek to pursue further study
Programming, students will be required to complete
at universities including Algoma University and one of the following options below (please choose
CREDENTIAL: Ontario College Diploma Lake Superior State University (Sault Ste. Marie, either option A or B):
Michigan) to obtain a Bachelor Degree in Business TUITION FEES:
PROGRAM LENGTH: 2 years or Accounting. Option A

START DATE: Fall 2018- Full Time Status To be confirmed Total hours: 56
with Blended Delivery Schedule (may
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ĴĴ OJI 100 – Introduction to Ojibwe
include evenings and/or weekends)
PROGRAM OF STUDY: ĴĴ OJI 200 – Intermediate Ojibwe
ĴĴ Ontario Secondary School diploma with Grade 12
English (C) ENG4C and Grade 11 Foundations for Or
College Math (C) MBF3C or mature student status Semester 1
PROGRAM OVERVIEW: Option B
BCA101 - 4 Introduction to Financial Accounting
PROGRAM OUTCOMES BCG101 - 3 Introduction to Business Concepts IPS 140 Mino-Bmaadziwin (Culture Camp)
Sault College`s Business program has ranked higher *Only one session below is required to be completed,
than the provincial program average in student
BCH101 - 3 Introduction to Human Resources please choose which session.
satisfaction over the past two years, making it an A graduate of the Business Program will reliably BCM101 - 3 Introduction to Marketing
excellent investment in your future career. In 2014, the demonstrate the ability to: BCO101 - 4 Business Math Total hours: 84
program received 100% satisfaction from graduates. BCO103 - 3 Computer Applications for Business I
1. identify and discuss the impact of global issues CMM115 - 3 Communications I ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Fall session – October 9-12, 2018;
The Business diploma program specializes in providing additional weekend classes November 3rd ,4th and
on an organizations business opportunity by
you with the best education possible in the competitive 5th and November 30th, December 1st and December
using an environmental scan; Semester 2 2nd; final peer presentation date in December TBC;
world of business. Well-respected instructors, guest
2. apply principles of corporate sustainability, (overnight camping not required)
speakers, and curriculum integrate the use of current
technologies and innovative software in a simulation corporate social responsibility and ethics to BCA102 - 4 Financial Accounting 2 ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Spring session – May 21-24, 2019 –
of the real world of business, giving you the edge, support an organizations business initiative; BCM102 - 3 Marketing 2 overnight inclusive camping, location to be determined,
you need to succeed; the Business diploma program BCO105 - 4 Business Math 2 final peer presentation May 24th, 2019
3. use current concepts/systems and technologies
will provide you with a unique set of skills that are BCO106 - 3 Microeconomics
to support an organization`s business initiatives;
in increasing demand and highly regarded by the BCO107 - 3 Spreadsheet Management Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided
business community. 4. apply basic research skills to support business CMM215 - 3 Business Communication in this viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin
decision making; GEN100 - 3 Global Citizenship Teg and our partners reserve the right to modify any course, program,
curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a community based
5. support the planning, implementation and delivery program with its partner, this program offering is subject to
EDUCATION PATHWAY monitoring of projects; Semester 3 approved funding and sufficient enrolment.

6. perform work in compliance with relevant


Graduates may gain employment in a number of statutes, regulations and business practices;
BCA209 - 4 Managerial Accounting
varied positions in the service, public and retail sector BCG205 - 4 Operations Management
of the economy, or pursue their own businesses; 7. explain the role of the human resource function BCH102 - 3 Organizational Behaviour
employment in: Marketing, Banking, Sales, Real and its impact on an organization; BCM203 - 3 Professional Selling
Estate/Appraisal, Finance, Insurance, Customer BCO207 - 3 Macroeconomics
8. use accounting and financial principles to
Service, Accounting, Purchasing, and Management. BUS228 - 3 Small Business Management
support the operations of an organization;

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COLLEGE CERTIFICATE: PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER

COLLEGE CERTIFICATE: PERSONAL SUPPORT WORKER


PERSONAL SUPPORT
WORKER In partnership with:

ĴĴ Mask Fit Testing


Upon enrolling into Kenjgewin Teg for Post Secondary
EDUCATION PATHWAYS ĴĴ CPIC/VSS Programming, students will be required to complete
CREDENTIAL: Ontario College Certificate
one of the following options below (please choose
ĴĴ First Aid / CPR either option A or B):
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 year ĴĴ Long term care facilities
ĴĴ Hep B Shot
START DATE: Fall 2018- Part Time Status ĴĴ Community/Home care Option A
with Blended Delivery Schedule (may ĴĴ Hospitals Total hours: 56
include evenings and/or weekends) TUITION FEES:
ĴĴ OJI 100 – Introduction to Ojibwe
PROGRAM OUTCOMES $ 4,013.48
ĴĴ OJI 200 – Intermediate Ojibwe
*Based on 2017/2018 fee structure
Learning outcomes represent culminating Subject to change Or
PROGRAM OVERVIEW demonstrations of learning and achievement. In
Option B
addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and
This one-year certificate program trains students to cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As PROGRAM OF STUDY IPS 140 Mino-Bmaadziwin (Culture Camp)
offer personal care and home management services such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive *Only one session below is required to be completed,
to clients in community or institutional settings. whole. They describe performances that demonstrate please choose which session.
Students learn hands-on in the classroom along with significant integrated learning by graduates of the Semester 1
community placements. PSWs are highly sought-after program has been achieved. Total hours: 84
as health care providers, working under a regulated CMM 125 Communication Fundamentals
health professional or in a supported independent ĴĴ Nutritional menu planning PSW 185 Professional Issues ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Fall session – October 9-12, 2018;
PSW 152 Client, Family and Community additional weekend classes November 3rd ,4th and
living environment. ĴĴ Clinical care (hospital and long term) and PSW 162 Lab I 5th and November 30th, December 1st and December
community 2nd; final peer presentation date in December TBC;
PSY 200 Lifespan Development
(overnight camping not required)
ĴĴ Simulation and lab work MTH 128 Pre-Health Math
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ĴĴ Diseases and pharmacology
PSW 180 Biology for Personal Support Workers ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Spring session – May 21-24, 2019 –
overnight inclusive camping, location to be determined,
final peer presentation May 24th, 2019
ĴĴ OSSD or equivalent ĴĴ Patient home care Semester 2
ĴĴ Grade 12 ENG4C or U or equivalent PSW 205 Mental Health Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided
PRE- CLINICAL REQUIREMENTS: PSW 210 Lab II in this viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin
PSW 230 Clinical Teg and our partners reserve the right to modify any course, program,
curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a community based
PSW 135 Healthy Living
ĴĴ TB Testing CLT 100 Canada’s First Peoples
delivery program with its partner, this program offering is subject to
approved funding and sufficient enrolment.
ĴĴ Scrubs PSW 300 Consolidation

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COLLEGE PROGRAM: ADULT EDUCATOR COLLEGE CERTIFICATE

ADULT EDUCATOR CREATING A RURAL


COLLEGE NORTHERN ONTARIO
CERTIFICATE ABORIGINAL TRADES
In partnership with:

AND APPRENTICESHIP
CREDENTIAL: Ontario College Certificate
EDUCATION PATHWAYS STRATEGY:
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 year The Adult Educator certificate is designed to enhance
the knowledge and skills of those engaged in
START DATE: Spring 2018- Part Time delivering training to adults in the business, industry,
Status with Blended Delivery Schedule service and education sectors.
(may include evenings, and/or weekends)

TUITION FEES:

None/ Included
PROGRAM OVERVIEW

As more and more people return to the academic PROGRAM OF STUDY


world to upgrade their skills, there is an increasing
demand for well-qualified adult educators. Join
a growing number of teachers of adults who are
CEA121 Adult Learning Kenjgewin Teg: Anishinabek Skills,
Innovation and Research Centre
CEA122 Curriculum Development
improving their delivery skills. Be a student today and
CEA129 Assessment and Evaluation
improve your delivery skills for tomorrow!
CEA130 Adults with Learning Disabilities
CEA132 Instructional Techniques Providing trades and apprenticeship skills training for Mnidoo Mnising has been a
long-time vision of Kenjgewin Teg, and is now underway behind the existing Kenjgewin
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided
in this viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin Teg location to support new career opportunities leading to well paying jobs for a
Teg and our partners reserve the right to modify any course, program, new mobile Indigenous and non-Indigenous workforce. The idea of a skills, innovation
curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a community based
You can enroll in this course if you are 19 years of
delivery program with its partner, this program offering is subject to
and research centre to proactively engage youth and adult learners in the trades and
age or older, or if you have been out of school for approved funding and sufficient enrolment. apprenticeship sector presents a new and exciting outlook for Kenjgewin Teg’s future
a year or more, or if you have earned an Ontario in supporting the advancement and goals of Anishinabek education. For the Northern
Secondary School Diploma or equivalent. No CAAT
testing is required.
Ontario economic region, this capital and sector programming expansion will greatly
assist and prepare not only Manitoulin’s local labour force market needs, but will also
support mobile workforce readiness. This new training facility is designed especially for
this purpose which supports youth and adults exploring careers in the trades has always
been an integral and important part of Kenjgewin Teg’s vision.

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COLLEGE PROGRAM: TRADES FUNDAMENTALS

COLLEGE PROGRAM: TRADES FUNDAMENTALS


TRADES
FUNDAMENTALS
In partnership with:

TUITION FEES: Upon enrolling into Kenjgewin Teg for Post


CREDENTIAL: Ontario College Certificate Secondary Programming, students will be
required to complete one of the following options
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 year To be confirmed below (please choose either option A or B):

Option A
START DATE: Fall 2018- Full Time Status You will also need:
with Blended Delivery Schedule (may Total hours: 56
include evenings, and/or weekends) ĴĴ Work Boots
ĴĴ Coveralls ĴĴ OJI 100 – Introduction to Ojibwe
ĴĴ OJI 200 – Intermediate Ojibwe
ĴĴ Safety Glasses
ĴĴ Tape Measure Speed Square Or
PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Option B

Explore which trade is right for you while you gain the PROGRAM OF STUDY: IPS 140 Mino-Bmaadziwin (Culture Camp)
hands-on knowledge and skills required to continue *Only one session below is required to be
your education in a Trades program or to start your completed, please choose which session.
future career in this diverse sector. Semester 1
Total hours: 84
MTH 108 Trades Calculations ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Fall session – October 9-12,
MPM 012 Motorcycle and Recreational Service 2018; additional weekend classes November
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS PROGRAM OUTCOMES PLB 010 Introduction to Plumbing 3rd ,4th and 5th and November 30th,
ELE 001 Introduction to Electrical Techniques December 1st and December 2nd; final peer
presentation date in December TBC; (overnight
19 years or older, or OSSD or equivalent, or GED What you will learn: CRP 010 Introduction to Carpentry camping not required)

ĴĴ Motorcycle and Recreational Service ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Spring session – May 21-
Semester 2 24, 2019 – overnight inclusive camping, location
ĴĴ Introduction to Plumbing, Electrical Techniques to be determined, final peer presentation May
and Carpentry WLD 001 Welding Basics 24th, 2019

ĴĴ Welding Basics CAD 010 Introduction to AutoCAD


GED 110 Personal Finance Online Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information
ĴĴ AutoCAD MST 010 Machining Basics provided in this viewbook with our valued post secondary
MPM 003 Vehicle Lube and Maintenance partners. Kenjgewin Teg and our partners reserve the right to
ĴĴ Machining Basics modify any course, program, curriculum, fee, timetable or location
Techniques at any time. As a community based delivery program with its
ĴĴ Vehicle Lube and Maintenance Techniques CMM 125 College Communications partner, this program offering is subject to approved funding and
sufficient enrolment.

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COLLEGE PROGRAM: MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES WELDER FITTER

COLLEGE PROGRAM: MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES WELDER FITTER


MECHANICAL
TECHNIQUES
WELDER FITTER In partnership with:

CREDENTIAL: Ontario College Certificate


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TUITION FEES: Option A

Total hours: 56
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 year OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U To be confirmed
ĴĴ OJI 100 – Introduction to Ojibwe
START DATE: Fall 2018
Fall 2018- Full Time Status with Blended ĴĴ OJI 200 – Intermediate Ojibwe
Delivery Schedule (includes evenings, PROGRAM OF STUDY:
Or
weekends) PROGRAM OUTCOMES
Semester 1 Option B
Your Future Career
Blueprint Reading I IPS 140 Mino-Bmaadziwin (Culture Camp)
Skilled welders are highly sought- ĴĴ Welding fabrication
WFP 015
*Only one session below is required to be
WFP 020 Welding Theory I
after and well paid WFP 025 Practical Operations - Shop
completed, please choose which session.
ĴĴ Repair shops
WFP 030 Trade Calculations - Basic Total hours: 84
ĴĴ Mining WFP 036 Layout and Fitting I
PROGRAM OVERVIEW CMM 125 College Communications
ĴĴ Iron Worker ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Fall session – October 9-12,
PFN 100 Personal Finance 2018; additional weekend classes November 3rd
Learn the specialized skills of the trade on industry- ,4th and 5th and November 30th, December 1st
ĴĴ Pipe Welding
standard machines in our newly built lab. You will learn and December 2nd; final peer presentation date in
Semester 2
multiple welding processes at one of our individual What You’ll Learn December TBC; (overnight camping not required)
welding stations, including shield metal arc welding
WFP 042 Blueprint Reading II ĴĴ Mino – Bmaadziwin Spring session – May 21-24,
(SMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), gas metal ĴĴ Welding theory and practice 2019 – overnight inclusive camping, location to be
arc and gas tungsten arc welding, FUSION welding, WFP 047 Welding Theory II determined, final peer presentation May 24th, 2019
brazing, and cutting techniques. Skills learned are ĴĴ 3D modelling WFP 051 Practical Operations II - Shop
highly transferable and versatile as welding is used WFP 057 Trade Calculations II
in several trades including electrical, and automotive. ĴĴ Metallurgy and rigging WFP 061 Layout and Fitting II Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided
in this viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin
Graduates will have completed all position welding WFP 066 Welding Metallurgy I
ĴĴ Layout and fitting Teg and our partners reserve the right to modify any course, program,
training and possible Canadian Welding Bureau
WFP 064 Welding Metallurgy II curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a community
Certification. based delivery program with its partner, this program offering is
ĴĴ Manufacturing quality control and assurance subject to approved funding and sufficient enrolment.
NOTE: Successful completion is equivalent to Level 1
ĴĴ Trade calculations Upon enrolling into Kenjgewin Teg for Post Secondary
Apprenticeship in-class portion
Programming, students will be required to complete one
of the following options below (please choose either
option A or B):

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING CERTIFICATE: DECOLONIZING EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
DECOLONIZING
EDUCATION In partnership with:

CERTIFICATE

PROFESSIONAL
CREDENTIAL: Professional Development WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS TRAINING?
and Training Certificate
Most educators have not had to take Indigenous
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 year; 84 hours

DEVELOPMENT
studies and will benefit from this certificate. If you
START DATE: Winter 2019 have little to no exposure to Indigenous knowledge,
history or Indigenous studies, this certificate is for you.
Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 Part Time with
If you are an educator who wants to better understand
Blended Delivery Schedule (includes and teach about Canada and Indigenous peoples, this
evenings, weekends) certificate is for you. Postsecondary educators and
social work educators are encouraged to register.

CENTRE FOR INDIGEGOGY: The Decolonizing Education Certificate is for educators


who want to develop their capacity to understand
Indigenous perspectives in the history of colonization PROGRAM OF STUDY

INDIGENOUS to contemporary realities in Canada. The module


instructors are Indigenous scholars.. This program has
been adapted and co-created with Kenjgewin Teg for a
Modules will cover the following topic areas, and each
will be 14 hours in length. The certificate program will

CENTRED WHOLISTIC
community based delivery model for inclusion of local be offered over a one year period at Kenjgewin Teg.
perspectives and action oriented thinking.
ĴĴ Intro to Indigenous Perspectives

DEVELOPMENT
This certificate covers an array of topics from pre-
contact to colonial contact and will help educators ĴĴ Policy, Land, Treaties and Governance
understand and appreciate Indigenous perspectives
in decolonizing education and understanding one’s ĴĴ Social Control Policies
position in solidarity with Indigenous peoples. This ĴĴ Race, Internalized Oppression, Power and
certificate has been developed to build capacity Privilege: Taking a Critical Gaze
among educators in responding to the Truth and
Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) calls for ĴĴ Relationality, Worldview and the Spirituality of
action for education in a meaningful way. Anishinabemowin
ĴĴ Educating for System Change: Critical Reflections,
Participants can expect to receive accurate and Presentations and Action
authentic knowledge, information and experience
Indigegogy while learning about what anti-colonial,
structural, and decolonizing means in our teaching Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided
and learning. Each instructor will bring his or her in this viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin
Teg and our partners reserve the right to modify any course, program,
knowledge, gifts and experiences to the teaching and
curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a community based
learning circle. Participants will gain extra knowledge delivery program with its partner, this program offering is subject to
to help integrate Indigenous perspectives into their approved funding and sufficient enrolment.
teaching content. They will also have invaluable
learning experiences that will transform their own
teaching and learning.

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CONTACT NORTH
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: COURSES FOR EDUCATORS

CONTACT NORTH AND E-LAERNING: CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS & DEGREES


ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (AQ)
COURSES FOR AND E-LEARNING
EDUCATORS - CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS & DEGREES

A great learning opportunity for current educators seeking Kenjgewin Teg is fortunate to have a
to enhance their classroom proficiency in Anishinabek SCHEDULE/DIVISION: complementing co-location partner to support the APPLICATION AND FEES AT
worldview in learning and in personal language proficiency! goals of lifelong learners. Contact North provides
CONTACT NORTH:
services on-site for improved and coordinated
Schedule C
This course is a professional learning opportunity for access to online learning for the Manitoulin Island
educators who are registered with the Ontario College of community. Over 4 million Ontarians in 600 It is best to introduce yourself and meet the
Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of
Teachers – Kenjgewin Teg is an approved AQ provider. information provided in this viewbook with our valued small, remote, rural, Aboriginal and Francophone Contact North staff in person at the Kenjgewin
post secondary partners. Kenjgewin Teg and our communities across the province can participate Teg on-site (M’Chigeeng) location. Some
partners reserve the right to modify any course, program,
in online and distance programs and courses programs are provided at no cost to students,
curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a
community based delivery program with its partner, this from Ontario’s 24 public colleges, 22 public while other programs of study will have regular
TEACHING OJIBWE program offering is subject to approved funding and universities and 250 literacy and basic skills and tuition and other ancillary fees required similar
sufficient enrolment.
training providers without having to leave their to an on-campus student.
The program offers 120 hours of intense Anishinaabe-only community by accessing the services available
immersion. Under this model, instructors, facilitators and from Contact North | Contact Nord. Staff at 112
students alike live, eat, learn, clean, and even travel on local online learning centres across the province,
field trips together in Anishinaabemowin. This program PLEASE CALL KENJGEWIN which includes the full time and support staff CALL AND ASK FOR GAIL AT
has a strict, no English, Anishinaabemowin immersion TEG FOR MORE INFORMATION available at the Kenjgewin Teg (M’Chigeeng) on- 705.377.5764
setting. Participants are in an immersion-based setting site location, provides students and prospective (TOLL FREE: 1-855-326-3507)
ABOUT OUR AQ COURSES AT
for approximately 10-12 days, and complete the course students with information on online and distance
with enhanced confidence in speaking, any time and any 705-377-4342 OR EMAIL AT
programs and courses from Ontario’s public
occasion, in their own Anishinabek communities. colleges, universities and literacy and basic MCHIGEENG@CONTACTNORTH.CA
skills and training providers and assistance with to learn about how Contact North can
Land based instruction will be included in this AQ course, registering in the program or course. Students help your reach your learning and
as an integral link between language and culture. This can also participate in their classes by using career goals!
intensive 120-hour course can be challenging for some the web conferencing, videoconferencing and
learners in a full immersion setting. For this reason, audio conferencing platforms available at each
students will be thoroughly screened so that all who centre. Full technical support and assistance are
come will have a positive attitude, contributing to an Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided
available from the local staff on-site at Kenjgewin in this viewbook with our valued post secondary partners. Kenjgewin
educational, fun, and safe learning environment needed Teg. Students have free use of computers with Teg and our partners reserve the right to modify any course, program,
for all students to succeed. high-speed Internet at the Kenjgewin Teg on-site curriculum, fee, timetable or location at any time. As a community based
delivery program with its partner, this program offering is subject to
location to connect to their online courses and
approved funding and sufficient enrolment.
This AQ course effectively maintains an complete their course work. Students have a
Anishinaabemowin setting and provides an excellent quiet place to complete their course work, link
means of networking for likeminded people within the with other students in informal support groups
revitalization movement. and write supervised exams. There is no cost for
students to use the local online learning centres.

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READY TO APPLY?
Please complete the When submitting your College Program Program Start Dates Schedule a tour or stop by and
application form from completed and signed Requirements:
application package,
pick up an admissions package
FALL SEMESTER - SEPTEMBER 2018
our website please include: ĴĴ Ontario Secondary – unless noted otherwise in person at
School Diploma or
www.kenjgewinteg.ca ĴĴ Original High equivalent WINTER SEMESTER - JANUARY 2019 Kenjgewin Teg
school transcript – unless noted otherwise
ĴĴ Some specific 374 Hwy 551
Or by calling our ĴĴ Copy of your courses may be M’Chigeeng, ON
Registrar at status card (if required for your
705-377-4342 applicable) program – please
check the program
Or by calling
requirements 705-377-4342
By email at or speak to a 1-888-536-5439
registrar@kenjgewinteg.ca Student Support
Counsellor at
Kenjgewin Teg

ĴĴ Applicants may
also apply as a
mature student

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FINANCIAL SUPPORT
ONTARIO STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (OSAP) MNIDOO MNISING EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING
Students eligible for OSAP assistance should refer to Provide employment & training for supporting First Nations and individuals on and
bvvvhttps://osap.gov.on.ca/OSAPPortal/index.htm in order to complete an off reserve.
application form. Financial assistance is provided to students through the
provincial and federal governments for residents of Ontario. Marilyn Stevens 6947 Highway 6 South Phone: 705-285-5555
The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) provides needs-based mmet1@hotmail.ca Birch Island, Ontario Fax: 705-285-4000
assistance through loans and grants to help qualified students and families P0P 1A0
with the cost of college and/or university.

DREAMCATCHER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION


POST SECONDARY SUPPORT PROGRAM Providing support to get our youth and communities involved in education is an
important tool for improving the success of Aboriginals in our community, in the
If you are an eligible Status Indian, and wish to pursue your post-secondary workplace, and as adults. The Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation is passionate
studies, please contact your local band office – for possible financial support about encouraging youth to pursue and complete their educational goals.
The main focus of this sector is on educational activities that support and
AUNDECK OMNI KANING 705.368.2228 encourage youth to pursue and complete their education with the goal of
M’CHIGEENG 705.377.5362 EXT. 221 developing future leaders for our communities. Though educational support for
SAGAMOK 705.865.2421 Aboriginals is mainly provided by the Canadian Federal Government and/or Chief
SHEGUIANDAH 705.368.2781 & Council, the Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation can provide limited assistance
SHESHEGWANING 705.283.3014 under unique circumstances.
WHITEFISH RIVER 705.285.4334 EXT. 218
ZHIIBAAHAASING 705.283.3963 Please visit Dreamcatcher website at
www.dcfund.ca/index.php?id=education-support
for further information on how to apply

SECOND CAREER:
Students may qualify or be eligible for financial support for tuition fees and
expenses through Second Career.
You may qualify for Second Career when:

Applying to Second Career: to apply to Second Career, you’ll work with an


employment services agency in the local area, and the staff at the agency
will help you gather the information needed to support your application

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PROGRAMS AT A GLANCE
FOR 2018 2019 OFFERINGS
ACCREDITING
PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
INSTITUTION
Maawndoo Please refer to page 11 of this book
Kinoomaagasiwin
(Literacy and Basic
Skills)
Academic Upgrading Ontario resident 19 years of age or older
( ACE) Must complete a Math and/or English skills assessment
Proficient in English (speaking and listening)
Fetal Alcohol Ontario College Diploma Sault College
Spectrum Disorder Ontario College Advanced Diploma Degree OR Equivalent
Ideally in one of the following areas:
Health care
Social or human services
Education
Criminal care
Criminal justice
Business Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C Sault College
and Grade 11 Foundations for College Math (C) MBF3C or mature
student status
Adult Educator Ontario School Diploma or Equivalent Canadore College
Certificate Program 19 years or older, out of school for a year or more No CAAT test required
Personal Support Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 ENG 4 c or U Canadore College
Worker or Equivalent
Please note: a CPIC /VSS is required prior to Admission into program
Decolonizing Centre For Indigegogy: Indigenous Centred Wholistic Development Wilfred Laurier
Education University
Trades Fundamentals 19 years or older, or OSSD or equivalent, or GED Canadore College

Welding Techniques 19 years or older, or OSSD or equivalent, or GED Canadore College

LOOKING AT THE FUTURE

ĴĴ ECO – Tourism ĴĴ Indigenous Wellness & Addictions Worker


ĴĴ Veterinary Assistant ĴĴ Bachelor of Social Work (Indigenous)
ĴĴ Forestry Technician -Conservation (co-op) ĴĴ Master of Education
ĴĴ Anishinabemowin Immersion ĴĴ Bachelor of Adult Education
ĴĴ Early Childhood Educator
Anishinabemowin

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374 Highway #551, P.O. Box 328  www.kenjgewinteg.ca
M’Chigeeng, ON [Manitoulin Island] P0P 1G0
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