Aboriginal Focus Programs provides education programs through a range of partnership options. We offer certificate and diploma programs through cooperative arrangements with Aboriginal stakeholders and faculties of the University of Manitoba.
Programs are offered in a central location, as in-house training to staff of an organization, or as community-based programs. Programs are offered as 'open enrolment' or as block-funded cohort programs through an arrangement with an employer or sponsor. Delivery methodology can be as part-time or full-time study, and can incorporate technology-based delivery where student access permits.
Aboriginal organizations that identify a need for specific post-secondary or adult education not currently available may be interested in knowing that AFP has the capability to develop new programs to meet their needs.
Who is Eligible?
Each program we offer has its own admissions criteria, which is determined by Aboriginal Focus Programs and our program partners or co-sponsors. Generally, our programs are for individuals who are already employed in a position related to the focus of the program. Contact us at the address below for more information.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted on a continuous basis for all our programs
For More Information:
Aboriginal Focus Programs University of Manitoba Downtown: Aboriginal Education Centre Extended Education 11 The Promenade Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3J1 Phone: 982-4223 or toll free # 1-866-330-0133, ext.3
Indigenous Student Centre (ISC)
114 Sidney Smith St.
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada