Falmouth Institute has been bringing training and technical assistance to Federal government agencies and employees for 30 years. We have lent our knowledge and expertise in Indian Country to numerous federal agencies, including the Department of Interior, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Peace Corps, the Indian Health Service, the Centers for Disease Control and many others. In addition we have trained countless Federal employees in the areas of Indian Law, tribal governance, working effectively with Indian tribes, Tribal consultation and dozens of other topics that relate to Indian Country, professional development and workplace management issues.
We invite you to explore our classes, onsite training opportunities and consulting services relevant to Federal government agencies and employees.
Administration of Grant and Contract Schools Under P.L. 100-297 Law for the Indian Educator Roles and Responsibilities of Indian School Board Members
GOVERNANCEAdvanced Grant Writing Advanced Parliamentary Procedure Conducting Credible Tribal Elections Emerging Trends in Tribal Enrollment Getting Results from Government-to-Government Consultation for Tribes Land into Federal Trust for Alaska Tribes: An Introduction to the Rule, Process and Issues Robert's Rules of Order Strategic Planning for Alaska Native Organizations Strategic Planning for Tribes and Tribal Organizations The Fundamentals of Grant Writing Tribal Constitutions, Bylaws and Ordinances Tribal Court Procedures Tribal Economic Development Tribal Enrollment Records Management Tribal Governance Certification Program Tribal Grants Management Certification Program Using Third-Party Agreements to Enhance Tribal Sovereignty Working Effectively in Indian Country for Federal Employees
HOUSINGHome Buyer Counseling Under NAHASDA Indian Housing Law Introduction to Indian Housing Management NAHASDA: Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act
LAWAdvanced Indian Law Family Law in Indian Country: A Comparative Approach Indian Land and the Law Indian Self-Determination Act: Contracting and Compacting Under P.L. 93-638 Indian Taxation Jurisdiction for Tribes Subject to P.L. 280 Jurisdiction in Indian Country — A Guide to Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction Protecting Confidential Tribal Records Rights of Way Over Indian Land Rights of Way II: Negotiating and Renegotiating Rights of Way Over Indian Land Self Governance: The Future of Compacting for Tribes The Essentials of Indian Law - Everything You Need to Know to Work in Indian Country Understanding the Federal Tort Claims Act for Tribal Organizations Wills, Probate and Land Consolidation in Indian Country Zoning on Indian Land
NATURAL and CULTURAL RESOURCESA Primer on Tribal Energy Development Archives Management Policies and Procedures Hunting and Fishing Rights for Tribes and Tribal Organizations Indian Water Rights and Water Law Language Preservation Technologies for Tribes and Tribal Organizations Protection and Development of Natural Resources in Indian Country Tribal Cultural and Historic Preservation: An Overview of Federal Laws for Protecting Sacred Lands, Artifacts and Graves Tribal Museum and Cultural Center Management Understanding the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Operating and Managing Tribally Controlled Childcare Centers Recognizing and Responding to Gang Activity in Tribal Communities Responding to Allegations of Physical Abuse in Indian Country Roles and Responsibilities of Community Health Representatives in Indian Country Roles and Responsibilities of Tribal Health Board Members Social Service Management and Administration Strategies for Working with Youth in Indian Country Understanding, Preventing and Taking Action Against Bullying in Indian Country Understanding the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)