Learning opportunities for Indigenous knowledge, awareness and understanding

SFU is committed to supporting the recommendations of the Aboriginal Reconciliation Council’s Walk this Path with Us report.  Below are learning opportunities to increase indigenous cultural knowledge, awareness and understanding.


  • The RESPECT program is designed to teach cultural safety and anti-racism for all employees at SFU with a focus on the implications of such skills for engaging with Indigenous faculty, staff and students and engaging in reconciliation as an institution more generally.

San'yas Anti-Racism Indigenous Cultural Safety Training 

  • An online training program designed to increase knowledge and understanding of Indigenous cultures, enhance self-awareness and strengthen skills for those who work directly and indirectly with Indigenous people.

BCcampus’ Indigenization Professional Learning Series

Shared Spaces: Foundations for Dialogue and Engagement between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People

  • An in-person course offered through SFU Continuing Studies for those who would like to deepen understanding about dialogue and engagement between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.

Reconciliation through Indigenous Education