Institute for Indigenous
America Studies

Phone:

304-212-2362 Ext: 3

Email:

admin@fiaah.org

Course Catalog

2022 Course Catalog

Online Courses & Programs
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All course times are Eastern Standard Time unless otherwise noted. All students will receive their online instructions to enter the class once confirmed for course/ workshops/ programs/ events. The class duration is 3 hours. Campus training Programs and Courses are held at Yumwija, West Virginia

Indigenous Competency Certification Program

Course ID

Course Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

IIF-1

Introduction to Indigenous Fundamentals

Radine America

5wk - 3hr

April 5, August 23

IIF-2

Indigenous Principles, Ethnics and Customs

Radine America

5wk-3hr

May 10, September 27

IIF-3

Indigenous Civics

Radine America

5wk-3hr

 June 14, Nov 1

IIF-4

Indigenous Rights & Law

Hon. Eddie Willams

5wk-3hr

July 19, December 6

School Of Ancient Wisdom & Healing Arts

Course ID

Course Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

ISAH-1

Indigenous Fundamentals II

8wk

April 6

ISAH-2

Intro to Life Concepts


8wk

June 1

ISAH-3

Indigenous Fundamentals III


8wk

July 27

ISAH-4

Concepts of Social biology 


8wk

September 28

Workshop ID

Workshop Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

ISAH-W1

The Sacred Feminine 

TBA

ISAH-W2

Exploring the Way Females Think



TBA

ISAH-W3

The Joy of Being Female 


TBA

ISAH-W4

Relationships



TBA

Course ID

Course Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

New Indigenous Massage Therapy

ISAH-M1

Introduction to the Anatomy of the Body, and How Body Systems Operate


6wk

April 7

ISAH-M2

How to Interpret Energy Vibrations


6wk

May 19

ISAH-M3

Basic Massage Modalities


week-end

June 11

ISAH-M4

Reflexology

week-end

June 18

ISAH-M5

Introduction to Harmonic Medicine and Indigenous Sound Healing

School Of Education

Course ID

Course Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

IFT-1

Indigenous Fundamental Teacher Certification Program


ICT-1

Indigenous Civics Teacher Certification


School Of Heritage History & Political Science

Course ID

Course Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

IIH-1

Intro to Indigenous American Heritage

IIH-2

Tradition, Customs, Philosophy of Anasazi Peoples

IIH-3

Understanding Conquest


IIH-4

The use of word as Conquest Power


IIH-5

Intro to Capitalism

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est

IIH-6

Into to Slavery

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est

IIH-7

The Plantation System

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est

IIH-8

The history of Homogenous and its development into a social culture

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est

IIH-9

Subliminal Racism

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est

Course ID

Course Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

IIL-1

Fundamentals for Indigenous Rights

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est


IIL-2

Understanding the 14th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution Part 1

Hon Eddie Williams JP

April 4

IIL-2a

Understanding the 14th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution Part 2

Hon Eddie Williams JP

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est

May 16

IIL-3

Soil to Land and the Law -intro to trust land management

Hon.J.E.Khan J.D.

6wk

6:30 PM - 9 PM est

March 24

IIL-3a

Subliminal Racism

School Of Sustainable Development & Technology

Workshop ID

Workshop Name

Instructor

Duration

Date

IISD-1

Introduction to Environment Health

IISD-2

Introduction Community Health Empowerment