The Indigenous Advanced Education and Skills Council (IAESC) has a new logo and website.to celebrate the first anniversary of the Indigenous Institutes Act receiving royal assent Dec. 14, 2017.
IAESC was created through legislation as the independent quality assurance organization which will review Institutes and programs for certificate, diploma and degree-granting credentials.
“We are entering 2019 with as much momentum as 2018, which saw the formation of the IAESC board and incorporation as a federal not-for-profit organization,” said Laurie Robinson, chairwoman and executive director of IAESC. “We are adding, stone by stone, a new layer to the foundation created over decades by Indigenous educators and advocates.”
Also unveiled on the Council’s website is its corporate logo, with striations representing both the diversity of approaches and the multiple partners bonding to support life-long learning says a news release from the group. The site includes education community partner links, the beginning of a library of resource links, news stories and application download page.