Chard Métis Nation, SWIFT Learning, and Safety in Schools Foundation Collaborate to Bring Innovative Education Programs to Indigenous Communities

Calgary and Janvier, Alberta, April 18th, 2024 – The Chard Métis Nation, SWIFT Learning (SWIFT), and the Safety in Schools (SiS) Foundation of Canada are thrilled to announce a groundbreaking partnership to deliver industry-recognized Occupational Health and Safety eLearning courses and introduce the new Energy Career Literacy eLearning program to youth and adults in the Chard Métis Nation and neighbouring Indigenous communities.

Set to launch alongside Chard Métis Nation’s second Career Fair Event, scheduled for April 26, 2024 at the Multiplex in Janvier, Alberta. The partnership marks a significant step in promoting education, skill development, and career opportunities within the Chard Métis Nation.

Rolando Inzunza, Director of Consultation for the Chard Métis Nation, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “This collaboration with SWIFT and SiS showcases our dedication to building a strong and resilient community through education and skill development. It aligns seamlessly with our recent integration of high-speed internet access through Telus, enhancing our ability to provide accessible education resources to our citizens.”

SWIFT and SiS Founder and CEO, Kim Adolphe, warmly added “We are honoured to join forces with the Chard Metis Nation to deliver our industry-recognized safety courses, aligned with the Alberta curriculum and the Energy Career Literacy program aligned with the CALM curriculum, to the Chard Métis Nation. We are committed to empowering youth and adults through education to not just stay safe but to learn about the diverse career opportunities available in the Alberta Energy industry.”

About Chard Metis Nation

The Chard Métis Nation is dedicated to safeguarding and advancing the Métis way of life by drawing upon the wisdom of the Elders and inspiring the youth of the Nation. We prioritize the preservation of Métis traditions, culture, spirituality, and our deep respect for Mother Earth. Whether entering the workforce for the first time, seeking to enhance skills, or developing a community member’s personal or professional skills, we are unwavering in our commitment to the advancement of our Nation.

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About SWIFT Learning

SWIFT is a software company dedicated to developing and delivering technological solutions and services that educate, empower, and foster critical thinking skills that bring about tangible improvements in safety performance and corporate wellness. We offer Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE), Energy Career Literacy, Mental Health, and Well-Being courses in more than 100 languages accessible on all devices. The company has pioneered an innovative patent-pending well-being health technology, SAHARA, and through their SWIFT AI Technology division SWIFT AI.

As part of our commitment to community and education, SWIFT co-founded the SiS Foundation of Canada in 2011. The foundation benefits from SWIFT’s SaaS eLearning Platform, SAHARA, and a range of eLearning courses, including the Energy Career Literacy program, offered free of charge.

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About Safety in Schools (SiS) Foundation

The SiS Foundation, a non-profit organization established in 2011, is dedicated to providing educational resources and tools to teachers to help educate and empower youth to stay safe at schools, work, home, and at play. The foundation offers safety, mental health related, and energy career literacy courses aligned with Alberta and other provincial curriculums. We collaborate with various stakeholders including indigenous and Métis nations to deliver innovative solutions that contribute to safer, happier, and more economically robust communities. SiS is currently in over 500 schools, and 160,000 mastered industry-recognized safety certificates.

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