FAQ’s

 
Lakes Division Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs (LD-ACE)

What does the LD-ACE Program include?

The LD-ACE Program includes 16 two-day workshops providing students with hands-on entrepreneurial teaching. The LD-ACE Program also includes 16 weeks of coaching and mentorship from educators and members of the community to help you take the steps to owning and operating your own business contributing to your community.

Where does teaching of the LD-ACE Program take place?

The program takes place in venues around the greater Enderby, BC area, rotating locations so we can provide you with top class entrepreneurial education in your community.

How much does the LD-ACE Program cost?

There is no tuition fee for the program. We are fortunate that the cost of the program is covered by the generosity of our program partners.


What is the teaching style of LD-ACE courses and how do I ensure it’s right for me?

The LD-ACE Program is taught with a combination of experiential learning, visual learning, coaching and mentoring with a focus on your individual needs. The program offers fun activities designed to give you hands-on experience through practical business activities and challenges to ensure you have the tools to take the next steps in managing your own business.

How can I contact the LD-ACE Program with my questions?

Send us an email to debra.tamagi@gmail.com or contact us through Facebook. If you’d like to talk to us in person, you can give us a call at 1-250-328-4993.

Where can I find more information to help me manage my business?

In the Online Business Toolkit under the Curriculum page, you’ll find strategies and tips that you can use to support your business.

Where can I find the application form?

Visit the Apply page of the website, where you can apply online. Additionally, you can find a downloadable application form on the Apply Page, or you can pick up an application form at your band office.

To submit the downloadable form for the LD-ACE Program, email your application to debra.tamagi@gmail.com or fax your application to 250-838-2131, attention Deb.

Northwest Aboriginal Canadian Entrepreneurs (NW-ACE)

What does the NW-ACE Program include?

The NW-ACE Program includes 16 two-day workshops providing students with hands-on entrepreneurial teaching. The NW-ACE Program also includes 16 weeks of coaching and mentorship from educators and members of the community to help you take the steps to owning and operating your own business contributing to your community.

Where does teaching of the NW-ACE Program take place?

The program takes place in venues in Northern B.C., rotating locations between Prince Rupert and Terrace so we can provide you with top class entrepreneurial education in your community.

How much does the NW-ACE Program cost?

There is no tuition fee for the program. We are fortunate that the cost of the program is covered by the generosity of our program partners.

What is the teaching style of NW-ACE courses and how do I ensure it’s right for me?

The NW-ACE Program is taught with a combination of experiential learning, visual learning, coaching and mentoring with a focus on your individual needs. The program offers fun activities designed to give you hands-on experience through practical business activities and challenges to ensure you have the tools to take the next steps in managing your own business.

How can I contact the NW-ACE Program with my questions?

You can contact the NW-ACE Program by emailing info@nwace.ca or through Facebook and it will be directed to an administrator of the NW-ACE Program. If you’d like to talk to us in person, you can give us a call at 1-250-600-6131.

Where can I find more information to help me manage my business?

In the Online Business Toolkit under the Curriculum page, you’ll find strategies and tips that you can use to support your business.

Where can I find the application form?

Visit the Apply page of the website, where you can find an online application form. Additionally, you can find a downloadable application form on the Apply Page, or you can pick up an application form at your band office.

Apply online or submit your downloaded application forms to info@nwace.ca.

Haida Owned and Operated
What does the Haida Owned and Operated Program include?

The Haida Owned and Operated Program includes 16 two-day workshops providing students with hands-on entrepreneurial teaching. The Haida Owned and Operated Program also includes 16 weeks of coaching and mentorship from educators and members of the community to help you take the steps to owning and operating your own business contributing to your community.

Where does teaching of the Haida Owned and Operated Program take place?

The program takes place in venues on Haida Gwaii, rotating locations between Skidegate and Old Masset so we can provide you with top class entrepreneurial education in your community.

How much does the Haida Owned and Operated Program cost?

There is no tuition fee for the program. We are fortunate that the cost of the program is covered by the generosity of our program partners.

What is the teaching style of Haida Owned and Operated courses and how do I ensure it’s right for me?

The Haida Owned and Operated Program is taught with a combination of experiential learning, visual learning, coaching and mentoring with a focus on your individual needs. The program offers fun activities designed to give you hands-on experience through practical business activities and challenges to ensure you have the tools to take the next steps in managing your own business.

How can I contact the Haida Owned and Operated Program with my questions?

Send an email to haidaownedandoperated@gmail.com or contact us through Facebook and an administrator will handle your inquiry about the Haida Owned and Operated Program. If you’d like to talk to us in person, you can give us a call at 1-250-637-1865.

Where can I find more information to help me manage my business?

In the Online Business Toolkit under the Curriculum page, you’ll find strategies and tips that you can use to support your business.

Where can I find the application form?

Visit the Apply page of the website, where you can find an online application form. Additionally, you can find a downloadable application form on the Apply Page, or you can pick up an application form at your band office.

Apply online or submit your downloadable application form to haidaownedandoperated@gmail.com.