This course is a survey of the history of Aboriginal Peoples. Because the breadth of the course is substantial, i.e., from pre-contact to the present, ten modules are insufficient to permit a comprehensive and detailed study of the chronological history of Aboriginal Peoples. This course does enable a study of several significant periods in the political and economic history of Aboriginal Peoples sufficiently that one’s understanding of a general history of Aboriginal Peoples is enhanced.
This is the fourth course in the Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager Program. It offers Aboriginal financial managers the opportunity to learn about current practices/activities that support and enable organizational high performance and accountability.
This is the third course in the Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager Program. It offers Aboriginal financial managers the opportunity to learn about legal and legislative requirements and practices that occur in activities undertaken by Aboriginal organizations.
There are fourteen courses in the AFM program. These courses are broken down into two levels. Completion of the first six courses in Level One qualifies an individual for a Certificate in Aboriginal Financial Management. Completion of eight additional courses in Level Two leads to a Diploma in Aboriginal Financial Management. Completion of all Aboriginal Financial Management program course requirements is the first step in getting the CAFM designation.