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Language Revitalization Coaching

FPCC offers in person Language Revitalization Coaching throughout the province.

The FPCC Language Coaches are ḥiikuusiinapšił Victoria Wells, who is Ehattesaht of the Nuuchahnuulth, and TE,LI,MET,ȾTEN Glenn Jim, who is W̱SÁNEĆ from W̱SÍKEM First Nation in North Saanich. For more information on Vicki and Glen click here.

Language Revitalization Coaches support First Nation communities and organizations to build up their language revitalization initiatives through strategic language planning and by increasing access to First Peoples’ Cultural Council’s tools, resources and funding. The coaches offer resources, ongoing project support and guidance to all of our grant recipients.

We will be travelling throughout the province this fall, holding regional workshops titled: "Planning for Language Revitalization." These workshops would be most beneficial to language planners, leaders (traditional and elected), teachers, language champions, advisors, Elders, visionaries, youth and cultural leaders.  

Our tentative 2019 workshop schedule is: 

February 6 - Tit'q'et First Nation
Peg'pig'lha Community Centre, Lillooet, BC 
9am-4pm lunch and refreshments provided.
For more information click here

February 12-13 Cranbrook B.C.
St. Eugene's Resort 7777 Mission Rd.
9am-4pm lunch and refreshments provided

To attend please complete this registration form.
*Travel stipends included.

Dates and locations are announced as sessions are planned. Please check back regularly for updates or sign up for updates to receive email notifications on upcoming sessions here.

To speak in person about registration or if you would like to request a coaching workshop, meet with us in person when we are in your territory, or if you are interested in learning more about our work, please contact: Victoria Wells vicki@fpcc.ca (250) 213-6863 or Glenn Jim glenn@fpcc.ca tel. (250) 880-2033

Several times throughout the year we also offer capacity building opportunities such as online proposal writing workshops. We encourage you to continue to check our website for upcoming opportunities.

For general information on FPCC Language programs visit the Program page and for assistance with the grant application process visit the Grant Writing Toolkit 
or call (250) 652-5952

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