Community Crisis Responder

Community Crisis Responder

Community Crisis Responder


Our Course at a Glance…

Class schedule:
November 10th, 2020 – January 21st, 2021
Tuesday and Thursday Evenings

Course length: 8 weeks


Community Crisis Responder

This class takes a close look at some of the emerging crisis in and around the province and identifies some innovative ways to address them.

Using a strength-based and solution-focused perspective, participants will learn to assess and deliver appropriate programs using a relationship-based approach.

The class utilizes the cultural elements of the Metis and Aboriginal peoples to address issues such as suicide, addictions, Covid related topics, and Missing Indigenous Women.

Program Personnel and Contributors

Senator Nora Cummings, Metis Nation
Mary Lee, Elder
Donny Speidel, Elder SPSD
Derek Chesney SPS
Faith Bodnar, CMHA
Sandra Stack, Elizabeth Fry Society
Angela Daigneault, Indigenous Relations Consultant SPS
Darlene Lanceley, Knowledge Keeper
April Baergen, MSW
Ian Thomas, SHA – Consultant – First Nations and Metis Relations
Ida Belete BA Psych, McKay Career Training Inc.


Why Choose McKay Career Training?

  • Our programs are designed with one goal in mind: to get you career-ready so you can quickly begin to explore new and exciting job opportunities
  • We have an above-average job placement rate and have over thirty-five years of experience in helping students transition from the classroom to the workplace
  • We maintain a low teacher-to-student ratio so you can learn in a friendly and supportive environment
  • Our classes follow a fixed schedule so you can get your education while keeping your life, family and job commitments
  • Our experienced instructors provide the best in training and give you valuable insight into your new career

Your career starts here! Call us at (306) 955-1616, email our team at or fill out the convenient form to request more info on our Community Crisis Responder course. Join McKay Career Training graduates now enjoying new careers across Saskatchewan!