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Accreditation For Nechi Training
For over forty years, Nechi has been a leader in addictions, training, research and health promotions.
National Indigenous Accreditation Board (NIAB)
In February 2011, Nechi received institutional accreditation from the National Indigenous Accreditation Board (NIAB), the accrediting body of the National Association of Indigenous Institutes of Higher Learning. Nechi has received full accreditation for a term of seven years. Nechi went through a rigorous four phase accreditation process whereby the Institute’s ability to measure up to standards of educational competence and integrity were examined. Nechi Institute was able to demonstrate present performance and achievements in ten educational and administrative areas:
Goals and Objectives
Culture and Community
Instructional Resources and Equipment
Student Support Services
and Physical Plant and Non-Instructional Equipment.
OUR COURSES ARE ACCREDITED THROUGH:
Canadian Council of Professional Certification Global (CCPC Global)
Canadian Council of Professional Certification Global (CCPC Global) was established for the purpose of recognizing the accomplishments of professionals working in their specific disciplines. Certification is granted and a professional designation awarded when applicants have met the criteria set out by each disciplines board of examiners. www.ccpcprofessionals.com
Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF)
Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF), promotes, certifies, and monitors the competency of addiction specific counselors in Canada using current and effective practices, which are internationally recognized. The CACCF certification and its professional conduct review process provide public protection for counsellors, employers, regulatory agencies, clients and their families. www.caccf.ca
First Nations Wellness/Addictions Counsellor Certification Board (FNWACCB)
First Nations Wellness/Addictions Counsellor Certification Board (FNWACCB) accredits training and education programs (i.e.. Certificates and diplomas) offered by colleges and sometimes by universities, as well as training offered by companies, organizations, institutes, conferences
and independent trainers who fulfill FNWACCB accreditation criteria. www.fnwaccb.ca
NECHI IS ALSO A MEMBER OF:
World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC)
WINHEC’s vision is that, ‘We gather as Indigenous Peoples of our respective nations recognising andreaffirming the educational rights of all Indigenous Peoples’. In pursuit of the vision we share a collective goal of Indigenous Peoples of the world united in the collective synergy of self-determination through control of higher education. In doing so we have the common objective of being, committed to building partnerships that restore and retain indigenous spirituality, cultures and languages, homelands, social systems, economic systems and self-determination.
First Nations Adult and Higher Education Consortium (FNAHEC)
Member institutions are committed to developing and delivering new programs to meet special needs within their communities. www.fnahec.org
National Association of Indigenous Institutes of Higher Learning (NAIIHL)
The National Association of Indigenous Institutes of Higher Learning (NAIIHL) was established in 2001 to support the recognition and resourcing of Indigenous controlled institutions of higher learning (IIHL’s). www.naiihl.org
Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer (ACAT)
Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer serves as a body through which stakeholders work co-operatively to ensure effective transferability of courses and programs for the benefits of students. ACAT is responsible for developing policies, guidelines, and procedures designed to facilitate transfer agreements among post-secondary institutions. www.acat.gov.ab.ca
Good afternoon everyone, the warmer weather is slowly but surely getting here!!
So are some new classes at Nechi Institute:
This course discusses the systemic signs and symptoms, causes and effects, progression and behavioral aspects of alcohol and drug abuse from an Indigenous spiritual and post-colonial perspective. Students will also examine the pharmacology of drugs and related addictive substances, including their classification and effects. Students will further have knowledge and a basic understanding of the pharmacology of psychoactive drugs. This course is certified by Canadian Council on Professional Certification (CCPC) and International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counsellor (ICADC).
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Offsite Training: Completing Week 5 and Week 6 in Rankin Inlet, NU. Two more weeks of training and this group of students will have completed the entire CAT 1-8 Training Series. Congratulations on investing in yourselves first to make your communities a better place to live and thrive! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less