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White Structure

Trauma-Informed and Cultural Sensitivity Training (T.A.C.T.)

Upcoming T.A.C.T. Sessions
 16 hour curriculum * $100 Registration


March 4-5 and 11-12, 2023 

(includes both two weekends)

IN-PERSON (Saskatoon SK)

May 26 - 28, 2023

(Friday evening, Saturday, Sunday morning)

What is TACT?

Trauma-Informed and Cultural Sensitivity Training (TACT) is for everyone! If yourself, your organization, or anyone you know is seeking a further understanding about cultural appropriation, cultural protocol, white privilege, Treaties, land acknowledgments, trauma, vicarious trauma, intergenerational trauma, reconciliation, what to do with suicide and abuse disclosures or how to make meaningful community connections, TACT is for you and/or your organization. 


TACT was originally designed as an artist training course to enhance the understanding of arts delivery through a culturally-sensitive and mental health perspective, while building resources and resilience for arts facilitators. We are now offering training - via 16hr seminars - to all people and organizations wanting personal and professional development.

Having artists and community members acquire this training will enable more people to work confidently and closely with remote and under-served Indigenous and Metis communities in Saskatchewan. This will result in meaningful action towards Reconciliation in our province, as well as providing opportunity for intergenerational and intercultural connections in these communities during workshops and residencies. 

2023 TACT Seminars are funded in part by SaskCulture's Multi-Cultural Initiative Fund and their support allows C.A.M.P. to offer registration for $100.00 

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from past T.A.C.T. participants:
“This course should be
offered... no, required for every human in Canada to take!"

“As a Mental Health professional and a Registered Social Worker, attending this course
helped me with greater understanding and tools
to help people in a
variety of ways”

"Important resources
delivered with a vital thread
of empathy woven throughout"
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