The “Developing an Effective Management Action Plan in First Nations” workshop will take place in Thunder Bay, Ontario on September 26 – 27, 2012.
In April 2011, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) revised its Intervention Policy to create a new Default Prevention and Management Policy. New tools were developed to support this Policy including the Management Action Plan (MAP) which replaces the Remedial Management Plan (RMP).
A Management Action Plan (MAP) is a comprehensive planning initiative to help First Nation communities and Aboriginal organizations tackle underlying causes of defaults in funding agreements. This workshop covers the new Default Prevention and Management Policy, the Directive on Default Management, the MAP Process, and the evolution from RMP to MAP. It also provides a General Planning Guide based on a strategic planning process.
Many workshop participants attend this workshop, because they may be required to develop a Management Action Plan or are in a form of intervention. They also attend to broaden their management skills and learn how to avoid intervention.
How to Register:
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For more information, please contact AFOA Canada at 1-866-722-2362 or visit www.afoa.ca.