Thunderbird Partnership Foundation

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To gain access to our online course platform, please email jahenry@thunderbirdpf.org


Our online courses are available at no charge for NNADAP/NYSAP treatment centre employees and First Nations community wellness workers. We are continually adding to our course catalog, so visit this webpage periodically for updates.

Currently we are offering the following 4 online self-guided courses:

Indicators to Assess Cultural Competency

A key component for the Honouring Our Strengths Framework is the development of a conceptual systems approach which outlines an integrated culturally relevant, client-focused continuum of support services for substance use problems in First Nations communities. In doing so the approach identifies six “elements of care” which are designed to meet individual and community needs. In this course we will examine each of these elements as a learning module.

Course modules

  • Course Introduction
  • Module 1 – Community Development
  • Module 2 – Early Identification and Intervention
  • Module 3 – Secondary Risk Reduction
  • Module 4 – Active Treatment
  • Module 5 – Specialized Treatment
  • Module 6 – Care Facilitation
  • Final Examination

Intake, Referral, Discharge and Aftercare Planning

The goal of this course is to promote and enhance the capacity of NNADAP workers to use standardized intake, referral, discharge, and aftercare planning protocols.

Course modules

  • Course Introduction
  • Module 1 – The Continuum of Care
  • Module 2 – Intake and Screening
  • Module 3 – Case Management and Referral
  • Module 4 – Discharge Transition Planning
  • Final Examination

Prescription Drug Abuse

The goal of this course is to provide baseline of information that can be added to your own special skills and knowledge of the local environment, including cultural practices, existing allied services and special needs.

Course modules

  • Course Introduction
  • Module 1 – Introduction to Prescription Drug Abuse
  • Module 2 – Risk Factors and Protective Measures
  • Module 3 – Treatment
  • Module 4 – A Strength Based Model of Care
  • Final Examination

Clinical Supervision

This course aims to provide a basic understanding of supervision for program managers and clinical supervisors in a First Nations working environment.

Course modules

  • Course Introduction
  • Module 1 – Introduction to Clinical Supervision
  • Module 2 – Supervisory Activities and Challenges
  • Module 3 – Supervisor Development
  • Module 4 – Traits of a Supervisor
  • Module 5 – Training Orientation and Learning Contracts
  • Final Examination

We currently also have a Change Management Course developed with Six Seconds, to access that course, please click here.

Coming Soon

Wise Practices for Virtual Care 
This short course discusses how First Nations Treatment Centers and First Nations Mental Wellness workers can use virtual care service delivery to meet the needs of their clients.*

*(NOTE that since this a working description, there may be changes made when the course is complete and finalized.)

Developing a Basket of Screening and Assessment Tools for Mental Wellness Workers
This course draws on materials developed through the Honouring our Strengths and First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum frameworks to outline effective methods and wise practices toward the processes of screening and assessment in wholistic care systems.
 

If you already have an account, you can log in at https://nnapf.talentlms.com/.
To register, please contact jahenry@thunderbirdpf.org.


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