Mobilizing Cultural Safety and Humility in Professional Practice

CE Credits: 3 

Course Access: 1 Year

In this session we developed a shared and collective understanding on racism in Canada and how to create culturally safe environments, practices, approaches, and policies in our work to mitigate harm.



Main Learning objectives:

  • Define implicit bias, prejudice, discrimination, racism, institutional oppression, and cultural safety in the Canadian context
  • Identify pathways to establishing culturally safe practices
  • Formulate strategies for self-reflection, on-going learning, and communication for creating cultural safety

About the presenter:

Len Pierre is a Coast Salish consultant, public speaker, educator, & cultural practitioner from Katzie First Nation. With a background in adult education and cultural knowledge systems, Len aims to decolonize and transform corporate systems, approaches, policies, and curriculum content in any professional discipline.

In a time of Truth & Reconciliation, Len believes that the need to bridge the Indigenous and non-Indigenous realities has never been greater. With a focus on recentering Indigenous knowledge and values, he provides educational lectures, workshops, and consultation services to any willing service provider.