First Nations Health Directors Association


Register Today for FNHDA Lateral Kindness Train-the-Trainer Sessions

August 16th, 2017

The First Nations Health Directors Association is hosting an intensive 3-day Lateral Kindness Train the Trainer session in each region. In February 2017, the First Nations Health Governance Partners (FNHC, FNHA and FNHDA) signed a joint Declaration of Commitment: Lateral Kindness. The FNHDA lateral kindness training sessions are an exciting step to put into action the FNHDA Position Statement Towards a Zero Tolerance of Lateral Violence and promoting lateral kindness in our workplaces and communities.

To provide First Nations Health Directors and other health professionals, Chiefs and leaders with an opportunity to build skills and knowledge to deliver lateral kindness training and be champions of change within their own workplaces and communities in BC.

Lateral Kindness Training Dates + Registration/Hotel Deadlines

Register online at

Please register and book your hotel rooms by the deadline to ensure a hotel room is available at the special group rate at the host hotels

  • Fraser Salish: July 10-12 in Chilliwack – Registration deadline June 28
  • Vancouver Coastal: August 28-30 in Vancouver (Richmond) – Registration deadline August 11
  • Interior: September 12-14 in Kelowna – Registration deadline August 28
  • Vancouver Island: October 11-13 in Nanaimo – Registration deadline September 26
  • Northern: November 15-17 in Prince George – Registration deadline October 24


There are a maximum of 20 seats per region. Participants must register for the session offered within their region. Pre-registration is required. No drop-in registrations accepted at the door. An option to select your regional session will appear after Personal Information is entered in the online registration form.

Travel Reimbursement
Travel expenses will be reimbursed by the FNHDA. Please use the online registration form to book your hotel room. For other travel expenses, please keep a copy of original receipts as required per the FNHA Community Travel Expense Claim Guidelines. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on training days.

Should you have any questions about this training, please contact

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