Addictions Mental Wellness Certification

WHAT WE DO

CERTIFICATION

The Indigenous Certification Board of Canada grants professional certification to First Nations, Inuit and Metis practitioners working in addictions, mental wellness, community and family support and other non regulated allied occupations.

PROGRAM ACCREDITATION

ICBOC accredits culturally competent, culturally safe education and training that match our certification standards and requirements, and that is developed and delivered by universities, colleges, training organizations and companies, training conferences, and independent trainers.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

ICBOC provides information on education and training programs available nationwide in the fields related to its certifications and offers personal guidance on the training needed to satisfy its certification standards and requirements.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

LAUNCH OF ICBOC DIABETES CERTIFICATION

On Thursday, November 14, 2019, at the annual event entitled “Honouring Our Traditional Foods,” taking place at the Mohawk Community Centre, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, the Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC) is pleased to announce its most recent history-making...

MANAGEMENT TRACK ANNOUNCEMENT

REMINDER TO ALL ICBOC POTENTIAL AND EXISTING CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS: Are you interested in continuing on your professional development toward a career in Health Management? If yes, let us know about it and we will give you the information you need. As sister and...

A milestone in Indigenous, state relations

Thursday October 24th 2019. Dirk Meissner writes for Star Metro Vancouver VICTORIA – British Columbia is set to become the first province to introduce human rights legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples ensuring...

‘Doing Politics Differently’

Thursday October 24th 2019 Laura Kane writes for Star Metro Vancouver Jody Wilson-Raybould is the latest MP to sit as an Independent in the Commons. Citing electoral reform and Indigenous reconciliation as her priorities, how is Wilson-Raybould going to reach her...

2020 ICBOC National Awards

We are very happy to announce that we are now receiving nominations for the 2020 ICBOC National Awards! Below you will find links to two documents. A nomination form along with a document that outlines the process for receiving a nomination. We urge you to share this...

Board of Directors Opening

On October 1, 2019 there will be an opening on the Board of Directors of the Indigenous Certification Board of Canada. We would like to invite Indigenous people from across the country to apply to become a member of our Board. If you feel you have the time, experience...

Management Track Program

TO ALL ICBOC POTENTIAL AND EXISTING CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS: Are you interested in continuing on your professional development toward a career in Health Management? If yes, let us know about it and we will give you the information you need. As sister and partner...

DON’T MISS THIS! ADDRESSING GENERATIONAL TRAUMA AT THE ROOT

The Origin Healing for Professionals training, developed and delivered by Evolutionary Coach Charis Curtis offers a total of 48 hours of training over 6 days. Option 1: November 5-11 (6 days) and Option 2: November 22-28 (6 days) in Kitamaat Village. The hours from...

IMPORTANT : ICBOC-acceptable Training Certificates

IMPORTANT NOTE TO APPLICANTS ON PROOF OF TRAINING Many providers are not aware of the way their certificates should be written for professional certification purpose. Please request from them ICBOC-acceptable certificates bearing, their logo and signature, your full...

About Us

ICBOC is a national Indigenous professional certification body that ensures the recognition and maintenance of indigenous workers occupations related to addictions and mental wellness as well as in other unregulated fields.