Cours disponibles

Image du cours 2024 Winter Course 100

This is a course that covers seven different lessons related to First Nations housing and infrastructure. The lessons cover a range of topics including the history and legislation related to First Nations housing services, different housing programs and funding available to communities, cultural considerations, current developments and issues related to housing, key elements of housing construction, housing infrastructure, and housing governance. The course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the unique needs and perspectives of First Nations communities, and to effectively plan, implement and manage housing programs and services that are responsive to those needs.

Image du cours 2020F-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2020 Semesters

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the role and responsibilities of the housing professional. Problem-solving and decision-making, strategic management (strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation), accountability, performance management and policies are explored bringing together critical elements of leadership required in First Nations housing departments today.

Image du cours 2020F-100-First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
2020 Semesters

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2020 Semesters

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2020 Semesters

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the role and responsibilities of the housing professional. Problem-solving and decision-making, strategic management (strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation), accountability, performance management and policies are explored bringing together critical elements of leadership required in First Nations housing departments today.

Image du cours 100-First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
2020 Semesters

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2021F-500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2021 Semester

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2021F-400-Housing Management Functional Supports
2021 Semester

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the many functional supports required by Housing Professionals, including: human resources; financial management and accounting; information and technology; housing and systems; legal; quality, benchmarking and risk; and, strategic alliances and partnerships.

Image du cours 2021F-300-Management of Housing Programs
2021 Semester

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of management.  The following lessons cover areas including: development of programs and projects; funding and project proposals; managing programs and projects; tenders and project management; housing maintenance, working with clients; and, program evaluation, reporting and communications.  

Image du cours 2021F-200-Stratégie d’habitation des Premières Nations, politique et obligation de rendre des comptes
2021 Semester

Ce cours fournit d'abord aux professionnels de l’habitation un aperçu clé du rôle et des responsabilités du professionnel de l’habitation. La résolution de problèmes et la prise de décision, la gestion stratégique (formulation, mise en œuvre et évaluation de la stratégie), la responsabilité, la gestion du rendement et les politiques sont explorées en rassemblant les éléments essentiels du leadership requis aujourd'hui dans les départements d’habitation des Premières Nations.

Image du cours 2021F-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2021 Semester

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the role and responsibilities of the housing professional. Problem-solving and decision-making, strategic management (strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation), accountability, performance management and policies are explored bringing together critical elements of leadership required in First Nations housing departments today.

Image du cours 2021F-100-First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
2021 Semester

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2022W-100-First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
2022 Semester

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2022W-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2022 Semester

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the role and responsibilities of the housing professional. Problem-solving and decision-making, strategic management (strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation), accountability, performance management and policies are explored bringing together critical elements of leadership required in First Nations housing departments today.

Image du cours 2022W-400-Housing Management Functional Supports
2022 Semester

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the many functional supports required by Housing Professionals, including: human resources; financial management and accounting; information and technology; housing and systems; legal; quality, benchmarking and risk; and, strategic alliances and partnerships.

Image du cours 2022W-500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2022 Semester

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2022W-200-Stratégie d’habitation des Premières Nations, politique et obligation de rendre des comptes
2022 Semester

Ce cours fournit d'abord aux professionnels de l’habitation un aperçu clé du rôle et des responsabilités du professionnel de l’habitation. La résolution de problèmes et la prise de décision, la gestion stratégique (formulation, mise en œuvre et évaluation de la stratégie), la responsabilité, la gestion du rendement et les politiques sont explorées en rassemblant les éléments essentiels du leadership requis aujourd'hui dans les départements d’habitation des Premières Nations.

Image du cours 2022W-100-First Nations Housing & Infrastructure (Intern)
2022 Semester

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2022F-100-First Nations Housing and Infrastructure - Intern
2022 Fall

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2022F-100-First Nations Housing and Infrastructure - Intensive
2022 Fall

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2022F-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2022 Fall

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the role and responsibilities of the housing professional. Problem-solving and decision-making, strategic management (strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation), accountability, performance management and policies are explored bringing together critical elements of leadership required in First Nations housing departments today.

Image du cours 2022F-200-Stratégie d’habitation des Premières Nations, politique et obligation de rendre des comptes
2022 Fall

Ce cours fournit d'abord aux professionnels de l’habitation un aperçu clé du rôle et des responsabilités du professionnel de l’habitation. La résolution de problèmes et la prise de décision, la gestion stratégique (formulation, mise en œuvre et évaluation de la stratégie), la responsabilité, la gestion du rendement et les politiques sont explorées en rassemblant les éléments essentiels du leadership requis aujourd'hui dans les départements d’habitation des Premières Nations.

Image du cours 2022F-400-Housing Management Functional Supports
2022 Fall

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the many functional supports required by Housing Professionals, including: human resources; financial management and accounting; information and technology; housing and systems; legal; quality, benchmarking and risk; and, strategic alliances and partnerships.

Image du cours 2022F-500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2022 Fall

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2022F-100-First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
2022 Fall

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2022W-300-Management of Housing Programs
2022 Fall

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of management.  The following lessons cover areas including: development of programs and projects; funding and project proposals; managing programs and projects; tenders and project management; housing maintenance, working with clients; and, program evaluation, reporting and communications.  

Image du cours 2023W-100-First Nations Housing and Infrastructure
2023 Winter

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2023W-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2023 Winter

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the role and responsibilities of the housing professional. Problem-solving and decision-making, strategic management (strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation), accountability, performance management and policies are explored bringing together critical elements of leadership required in First Nations housing departments today.

Image du cours 2023W-400-Housing Management Functional Supports
2023 Winter

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the many functional supports required by Housing Professionals, including: human resources; financial management and accounting; information and technology; housing and systems; legal; quality, benchmarking and risk; and, strategic alliances and partnerships.

Image du cours 2023W-500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2023 Winter

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2023W-100-First Nations Housing and Infrastructure - Intensive
2023 Winter

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2023W-200-Stratégie d’habitation des Premières Nations, politique et obligation de rendre des comptes
2023 Winter

Ce cours fournit d'abord aux professionnels de l’habitation un aperçu clé du rôle et des responsabilités du professionnel de l’habitation. La résolution de problèmes et la prise de décision, la gestion stratégique (formulation, mise en œuvre et évaluation de la stratégie), la responsabilité, la gestion du rendement et les politiques sont explorées en rassemblant les éléments essentiels du leadership requis aujourd'hui dans les départements d’habitation des Premières Nations.

Image du cours 2023W-300-Management of Housing Programs
2023 Winter

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of management.  The following lessons cover areas including: development of programs and projects; funding and project proposals; managing programs and projects; tenders and project management; housing maintenance, working with clients; and, program evaluation, reporting and communications.  

Image du cours 2023F-100-First Nations Housing and Infrastructure
2023 Fall

This is a course that covers seven different lessons related to First Nations housing and infrastructure. The lessons cover a range of topics including the history and legislation related to First Nations housing services, different housing programs and funding available to communities, cultural considerations, current developments and issues related to housing, key elements of housing construction, housing infrastructure, and housing governance. The course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the unique needs and perspectives of First Nations communities, and to effectively plan, implement and manage housing programs and services that are responsive to those needs.

Image du cours 2023F Course 100 (HIIY): First Nations Housing and Infrastructure
2023 Fall

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours 2023F-200-Stratégie d’habitation des Premières Nations, politique et obligation de rendre des comptes
2023 Fall

Ce cours fournit d'abord aux professionnels de l’habitation un aperçu clé du rôle et des responsabilités du professionnel de l’habitation. La résolution de problèmes et la prise de décision, la gestion stratégique (formulation, mise en œuvre et évaluation de la stratégie), la responsabilité, la gestion du rendement et les politiques sont explorées en rassemblant les éléments essentiels du leadership requis aujourd'hui dans les départements d’habitation des Premières Nations.

Image du cours 2023F-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2023 Fall

The FNHP 200 course covers various topics related to First Nations housing strategy, policy, and accountability. The first lesson focuses on the role of the housing manager and how to work effectively with other stakeholders. The second lesson covers problem-solving and decision-making techniques, including scenario planning and risk assessment. The third and fourth lessons discuss strategic planning and implementation, including the development of operational plans and business cases. The fifth lesson covers strategy evaluation and reporting. The sixth lesson focuses on accountability and performance management, including the importance of performance evaluation and measurement. Finally, the seventh lesson covers policy development and implementation, including providing advice on compliance issues and developing policies and practices to support housing activities.

Image du cours 2023F-300-Management of Housing Programs
2023 Fall

The FNHP 300 course on Management of Housing Programs is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of developing and managing housing programs for First Nations people. The course is divided into six lessons, including Development of Programs and Projects, Funding and Project Proposals, Program and Project Management, Tenders and Project Management, Housing Maintenance, and Working with Clients. The course covers a wide range of topics, including conducting community assessments and asset mapping, understanding funding criteria and steps required to submit a proposal to stakeholder parties, negotiating and managing funding arrangements, developing relevant and accurate reports on housing program and projects, developing an applicable housing manual, setting up and monitoring service contracts, developing a basic Capital Replacement Plan, evaluating current client relations efforts, and developing and implementing a client onboarding/orientation process.

Image du cours 2023F-400-Housing Management Functional Supports
2023 Fall

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the many functional supports required by Housing Professionals, including: human resources; financial management and accounting; information and technology; housing and systems; legal; quality, benchmarking and risk; and, strategic alliances and partnerships.

Image du cours 2023F-500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2023 Fall

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2024W-100 First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
2024 Winter

This is a course that covers seven different lessons related to First Nations housing and infrastructure. The lessons cover a range of topics including the history and legislation related to First Nations housing services, different housing programs and funding available to communities, cultural considerations, current developments and issues related to housing, key elements of housing construction, housing infrastructure, and housing governance. The course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the unique needs and perspectives of First Nations communities, and to effectively plan, implement and manage housing programs and services that are responsive to those needs.

Image du cours 2024W-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2024 Winter

The FNHP 200 course covers various topics related to First Nations housing strategy, policy, and accountability. The first lesson focuses on the role of the housing manager and how to work effectively with other stakeholders. The second lesson covers problem-solving and decision-making techniques, including scenario planning and risk assessment. The third and fourth lessons discuss strategic planning and implementation, including the development of operational plans and business cases. The fifth lesson covers strategy evaluation and reporting. The sixth lesson focuses on accountability and performance management, including the importance of performance evaluation and measurement. Finally, the seventh lesson covers policy development and implementation, including providing advice on compliance issues and developing policies and practices to support housing activities.

Image du cours 2024W -200-Stratégie d’habitation des Premières Nations, politique et obligation de rendre des comptes
2024 Winter

Ce cours fournit d'abord aux professionnels de l’habitation un aperçu clé du rôle et des responsabilités du professionnel de l’habitation. La résolution de problèmes et la prise de décision, la gestion stratégique (formulation, mise en œuvre et évaluation de la stratégie), la responsabilité, la gestion du rendement et les politiques sont explorées en rassemblant les éléments essentiels du leadership requis aujourd'hui dans les départements d’habitation des Premières Nations.

Image du cours 2024W-300-Management of Housing Programs
2024 Winter

The FNHP 300 course on Management of Housing Programs is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of developing and managing housing programs for First Nations people. The course is divided into six lessons, including Development of Programs and Projects, Funding and Project Proposals, Program and Project Management, Tenders and Project Management, Housing Maintenance, and Working with Clients. The course covers a wide range of topics, including conducting community assessments and asset mapping, understanding funding criteria and steps required to submit a proposal to stakeholder parties, negotiating and managing funding arrangements, developing relevant and accurate reports on housing program and projects, developing an applicable housing manual, setting up and monitoring service contracts, developing a basic Capital Replacement Plan, evaluating current client relations efforts, and developing and implementing a client onboarding/orientation process.

Image du cours 2024W-400-Housing Management Functional Supports
2024 Winter

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the many functional supports required by Housing Professionals, including: human resources; financial management and accounting; information and technology; housing and systems; legal; quality, benchmarking and risk; and, strategic alliances and partnerships.

Image du cours 2024W-500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2024 Winter

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2024H-500-FRANÇAIS-Professionnalisme, Éthique et Compétences Critiques
2024 Winter

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2024F-100 First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
2024 Fall

This is a course that covers seven different lessons related to First Nations housing and infrastructure. The lessons cover a range of topics including the history and legislation related to First Nations housing services, different housing programs and funding available to communities, cultural considerations, current developments and issues related to housing, key elements of housing construction, housing infrastructure, and housing governance. The course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the unique needs and perspectives of First Nations communities, and to effectively plan, implement and manage housing programs and services that are responsive to those needs.

Image du cours 2024F-200-Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
2024 Fall

The FNHP 200 course covers various topics related to First Nations housing strategy, policy, and accountability. The first lesson focuses on the role of the housing manager and how to work effectively with other stakeholders. The second lesson covers problem-solving and decision-making techniques, including scenario planning and risk assessment. The third and fourth lessons discuss strategic planning and implementation, including the development of operational plans and business cases. The fifth lesson covers strategy evaluation and reporting. The sixth lesson focuses on accountability and performance management, including the importance of performance evaluation and measurement. Finally, the seventh lesson covers policy development and implementation, including providing advice on compliance issues and developing policies and practices to support housing activities.

Image du cours 2024F -200-Stratégie d’habitation des Premières Nations, politique et obligation de rendre des comptes
2024 Fall

Ce cours fournit d'abord aux professionnels de l’habitation un aperçu clé du rôle et des responsabilités du professionnel de l’habitation. La résolution de problèmes et la prise de décision, la gestion stratégique (formulation, mise en œuvre et évaluation de la stratégie), la responsabilité, la gestion du rendement et les politiques sont explorées en rassemblant les éléments essentiels du leadership requis aujourd'hui dans les départements d’habitation des Premières Nations.

Image du cours 2024F-300-Management of Housing Programs
2024 Fall

The FNHP 300 course on Management of Housing Programs is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of developing and managing housing programs for First Nations people. The course is divided into six lessons, including Development of Programs and Projects, Funding and Project Proposals, Program and Project Management, Tenders and Project Management, Housing Maintenance, and Working with Clients. The course covers a wide range of topics, including conducting community assessments and asset mapping, understanding funding criteria and steps required to submit a proposal to stakeholder parties, negotiating and managing funding arrangements, developing relevant and accurate reports on housing program and projects, developing an applicable housing manual, setting up and monitoring service contracts, developing a basic Capital Replacement Plan, evaluating current client relations efforts, and developing and implementing a client onboarding/orientation process.

Image du cours 2024F-400-Housing Management Functional Supports
2024 Fall

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the many functional supports required by Housing Professionals, including: human resources; financial management and accounting; information and technology; housing and systems; legal; quality, benchmarking and risk; and, strategic alliances and partnerships.

Image du cours 2024F-500-Professionalism, Ethics & Critical Skills
2024 Fall

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours 2024A-500-FRANÇAIS-Professionnalisme, Éthique et Compétences Critiques
2024 Fall

This course first provides participants with key insight into the topic of professionalism, an important factor that is necessary to succeed as a Housing Professional.  Individual lessons deal with learning and mentoring, self-care, ethics, leadership, facilitation, meetings management, working with change, innovation and creativity. 

Image du cours Manitoba Course 300 - Management of Housing Programs
First Intake

The FNHP 300 course on Management of Housing Programs is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of developing and managing housing programs for First Nations people. The course is divided into six lessons, including Development of Programs and Projects, Funding and Project Proposals, Program and Project Management, Tenders and Project Management, Housing Maintenance, and Working with Clients. The course covers a wide range of topics, including conducting community assessments and asset mapping, understanding funding criteria and steps required to submit a proposal to stakeholder parties, negotiating and managing funding arrangements, developing relevant and accurate reports on housing program and projects, developing an applicable housing manual, setting up and monitoring service contracts, developing a basic Capital Replacement Plan, evaluating current client relations efforts, and developing and implementing a client onboarding/orientation process.

Image du cours MIP_Group 2_Course 100 First Nations Housing and Infrastructure
First Intake

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours MIP_Group 1_Course 100 First Nations Housing and Infrastructure
First Intake

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours Manitoba FNHP 200 - Housing Strategy, Policy & Accountability
First Intake

This course first provides the housing professional with key insight into the role and responsibilities of the housing professional. Problem-solving and decision-making, strategic management (strategy formulation, implementation and evaluation), accountability, performance management and policies are explored bringing together critical elements of leadership required in First Nations housing departments today.

Image du cours MIP_Group 3_Course 100 First Nations Housing and Infrastructure
Second Intake

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance. 

Image du cours Atlantic - HIIY 100 First Nations Housing & Infrastructure
Atlantic Cohort

This course provides the housing professional with key insight into the topic of First Nations housing, as well as infrastructure.  The lessons cover subjects such as history and legislation, programs and funding, cultural considerations, current developments and issues, key elements of housing construction, infrastructure, and housing governance.