NIJC is dedicated to providing the highest quality and cost-effective
training sessions and provides each trainee/attendee with a
comprehensive course manual and certificate of completion. In addition,
by attending our training seminars, Continuing Learning Education
credits (CLE credits) may be obtained from your provider.
The NIJC training schedule is subject to change.
NIJC for further
information or to be added to the mailing list. Announcements and
application forms for each session will be mailed prior to each session.
Click on each training session to
print a registration form and fax to us at (707) 579-9019 in order to
register for any of the following training sessions. This provides the
highest security to ensure credit card numbers do not fall in the
wrong hands!! OR call (707) 579-5507 OR
to register toll free.
Tuition for the sessions is $545 per person. NIJC presents two separate training sessions at
and Consultants are constantly involved in ongoing research regarding
issues in Indian country in order to ensure that NIJC provides the most
current, updated, and relevant training.
NIJC designs and conducts ON-SITE training
tailored to specific needs. If you wish to discuss an ON-SITE,
please call the above number or E-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
|February 25-27, 2013
||New Orleans, LA
|March 13-15, 2013
|April 10 -12, 2013
|June 3-6, 2013
|August 13-15, 2013
|September 10-12, 2013
||Prior Lake, MN
|October 9-11, 2013
||Las Vegas, NV
|October 28-November 1, 2013
||Prior Lake, MN
- National Tribal Transportation Conference & Minnesota Tribes and Transportation Conference
|December 4-6, 2013
||Las Vegas, NV
CANCELLATION POLICY: In an effort to keep training
costs to a minimum, the National Indian Justice Center has implemented a
cancellation policy. Participants must call and cancel at least 14 days
before the scheduled training session to receive a full refund. If you
do not cancel within 14 days in advance, you will be assessed a $25.00
The National Indian Justice Center is pleased to provide the following online courses. These courses are available by going to NIJC's Distance Learning Website: http://www.nijcservices.org/nijcroom/
Some courses may require a username and password.
Visit http://www.nijc.org/DistanceLearning-DLCourses.html and click on the course title that you are interested in. You will be directed to a sign up form for the course. Within 10 days of signing up, you will receive a username and password for the course. You may also request a username and password by e-mailing Barry Litchfield at email@example.com. At this time, all courses are free to anyone interested in taking the course.
Read below for descriptions of current courses.
• Native Youth in Action - Tribal Government Civics Course
A distance learning classroom and social forum for Native Youth in Action program participants. The classroom curricula consists of culturally appropriate curricula on Native American educational, cultural and social issues. This information may assist NYA program participants in setting goals for their service learning activities. NYA program participants are encouraged to add information about their own communities to this distance learning curricula.
• Technology Tips for Distance Learning Success
Tips for Distance Learning Success is a moderated online course
provided by the National Indian Justice Center, the pioneer in training
and technical assistance for tribal communities nationwide since 1983.
This course is especially designed for California Native people who are
interested in improving their skills or pursuing interests new and old
through distance learning.
Thanks to the California Consumer Protection Foundation, Community Collaborative Fund for providing a grant to support course development.
• Communities Empowering Youth: Activating Native Youth Assets
site provides networking opportunities and informational and distance
learning resources for the Activating Native Youth Assets Project.
The project and this social forum site serves Native youth, tribes and
professional and volunteers from Native youth serving community- and
faith-based organizations in Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino Counties.
It is created and moderated by the National Indian Justice Center
Activating Native Youth Assets Project is a three-year capacity
building initiative funded by the Administration for Children and
Families, DHHS, Compassion Capital Fund. NIJC administers the project
in collaboration with the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center
(CIMCC) and the Sonoma County Indian Health Project (SCIHP). The goal
of the project is to build our individual and mutual organizational
capacity so that we may serve as resources to help strengthen existing
Native and non-Native assets for positive Native youth development in
• Highway Work Zone Safety On Tribal Lands
course addresses the need for tribal leaders (employers) and tribal
transportation personnel (employees) in California and Nevada to
develop competency in OSHA and state standards and requirements and be
better able to recognize hazards and integrate work zone safety
considerations in planning, managing, and field operation of
roadway/highway construction projects on tribal lands.
material was produced under grant SH-17819-08-60-F-6 from the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of
Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the
U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial
products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
a Healthy Path: Planning and Implementing Tribal Adult Healing to
Wellness Courts for Participants Who Have FAS/FAE
(Click this link to download the registration form for this course and to request a username and password.)
The goal of the Preparing a Healthy Path: Planning and Implementing
Tribal Adult Healing to Wellness Course for Participants Who Have
FAS/FAE distance learning curriculum is to increase the capacity of
tribal communities nationwide to plan, implement and operate tribal
adult drug courts to meet the unique needs of participants who have
FAS/FAE in order to reduce crime in Indian Country.
online course is funded through a grant from the Bureau of Justice
Assistance, Byrne Competitive Grant Program, Office of Justice
Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Neither the U.S. Department of
Justice nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible
for, or necessarily endorse, this online course (including,
without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and
policies, and any services or tools provided).