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Are you interested in recruiting an indigenous guide or interpreter?

In response to a growing demand for indigenous guides and interpreters by the public and private Tourism sector in Alberta, Treaty 7 Management Corporation and the Treaty 7 Tourism Development Engagement Group are planning an 8-week Interpretive Guide training course for the Blood, Piikani,  Siksika, Stoney  and Tsuu T’ina nations. 

This course will include official certifications such as Interpretive Guide Association Apprentice Interpreter and Group Management, Outdoors Council of Canada Leadership Level 1, Horsemanship Rider Level 1 and Wilderness and Remote First Aid.

We are seeking to establish the number of positions that could be available to these trainees in the 2013 summer season and would like your input.

If you are interested in hiring Aboriginal staff, please contact Manuelle Prunier:
mprunier@treaty7.org
(403) 281-9779 ext 141  

About Treaty 7 Tourism - Treaty 7 was a peace treaty signed by the Blackfoot Confederacy with the British Crown in 1877 and covering the area that is now southern Alberta. The Treaty 7 Communities have recognized the growing demand for authentic Aboriginal cultural experiences and products. Treaty 7 Tourism was developed as a member driven organization to assist them become actively involved in Alberta's Tourism Industry.

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