Request for Proposals: Virtual Presenter for Indigenous Awareness Training
This Request for Proposal (RFP) solicits proposals from presenters with experience in virtual facilitation to provide Indigenous Awareness Training in the form of webinars.
The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC) is committed to the Calls to Action from the TRC Report as well as the meaningful engagement of the Indigenous Peoples of Saskatchewan into the economy. Indigenous Awareness Training provides an overview of the history and culture of Indigenous Peoples of Saskatchewan to allow for an inclusive and prosperous business community in our province.
Our Indigenous Awareness Training webinars are designed to inform members of the business community about the culture and history of Indigenous peoples in Saskatchewan. Current courses range from Level 1 to Level 3 with advanced courses offering an in-depth look at HR practices and cultural traditions.
Indigenous Awareness Training Programs:
Level 1: Myths & Misconceptions
Level 2: Implementing an Indigenous Strategy & Hiring/Retention for Business
Level 3: Indigenous Protocols & Cultural Traditions in Saskatchewan
Webinars consist of a 1-hour presentation followed by 30 minutes Q&A. A Certificate of Completion provided upon completion of each level.
Pricing (subject to change):
Nutrien is the official training sponsor for the SCC’s Indigenous Awareness Training through the Indigenous Engagement Charter. Nutrien’s video is to be shown at the front-end of each Level 1 Module 1 session and recognized verbally at the front-end of every other session.
Dates to be determined. All sessions begin at 10:30am.
Refunds and Withdrawals
The minimum number of registrants to run Level 1 is 10.
The minimum number of registrants to run Levels 2 and 3 is 5.
All sessions are conditional upon a minimum enrollment. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. If the SCC cancels a session, a full refund or transfer to another session will be issued.
The withdrawal deadline for all sessions is 3 calendar days prior to session start date. Transfers may be accepted up to 24 hours before the session date. There is no refund after the withdrawal deadline.
Scope of work
The Virtual Presenter will work with the SCC’s Director of Indigenous Engagement and the Director of Programs to schedule training dates as per the above Proposed Schedule. The Presenter will provide both the meeting facilitation and the technical supports to run the meeting. The Presenter will work in partnership with the Director of Indigenous Engagement to develop and present content for the SCC’s Indigenous Awareness Training programs using new or existing training materials.
The SCC will provide the following:
The Presenter will provide the following:
Preference will be given to Indigenous candidates.
Proposal Guidelines and Instructions
Proposals should include:
Final proposals should be submitted by Friday April 16 at 5:00pm CST by email.
Only those short listed will be contacted.
Address completed proposals to Michele Geres, Director of Programs at email@example.com with the subject line: RFP Virtual Presenter.
Since 1920, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has represented the Saskatchewan business community, advocating on behalf of all sizes of businesses, local chambers of commerce, and professional associations.
As the Voice of Saskatchewan business, the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is uniquely equipped to develop policies that accurately reflect the needs of the business community.
In addition to our policy and advocacy work, we facilitate a range of events, programs and benefits to strengthen and grow Saskatchewan’s network of Chambers and member businesses.
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Its membership includes individual business firms, as well as provincial business and professional associations and government agencies.
The Chamber, and particularly its governing bodies, is charged with bringing together the diverse interests and myriad, varied needs of its Members to shape and achieve goals that benefit its members, the organization and the province.