FIMESIP

First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills Inventory Project

Extending Promising Practice: Updating the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Essential Skills Inventory Project

FIMESIP aims to build a knowledge-sharing platform for individuals and organizations from across Canada working in literacy and essential skills (LES) for Indigenous people. This Community of Practice can use FIMESIP to share best practices, learn from each other’s innovations, and support development of the field.

 

The FIMESIP National Advisory Group helped make this project possible

Heather Crosby
Colleen Yamamoto
Trina Maher
Matthew Gallina
Louisa Saganash
Daniel Bland
Vanessa Stage
Ginette Francoeur
Cathy Mehagan
Kirsten Barker
Francesca de Bastiani
Christian Spence
Karen Paul
Karen LeBlanc
National Association of Friendship Centres
Sharon Sawchuk
Shawneen Bird
Erica Bourdon

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FIMESIP’s free Self-Assessment Tool will help you identify your initiative’s  strengths and areas for improvement. The results of your assessment can provide evidence of your initiative’s  impact and can be shared with funders.

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