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February 26, 2021

Call for Proposals: Distance Learning/E-Learning services for Nunavut Inuit Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corporation is accepting proposals to provide distance learning/e- learning services. The aim of…

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we invite you to view Piruqatigiit’s new website!

October 15, 2020

The website is now easier to use and was beautifully designed by Katittut. It features illustrations by Atiigo Media and Arviat artist Charlotte Karetak. All…

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Learn about our Strategic Plan on this website, or download the   here.

FUNDED PROJECTS

Arctic Fresh Inc.

Arctic Fresh is an Inuit owned company, with its head office based in Igloolik Nunavut. It has been catering to customers located in Nunavut’s Baffin region since 2016.

Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre

Objective The objective of this project is to foster Inunnguiniq in our communities. “Inunnguiniq” means “making of a human being” and refers to traditional child-rearing wisdom and practices. We propose to accomplish this through 3 pathways in our proposal: Translating and producing an updated version of the Inunnguiniq curriculum, which has recently received some additions…

RCMP V Division Recruiting – RCMP Assisted Application Entrance Program

RCMP’s proposal is titled Program. This project meets Makigiaqta’s SPA #3 – Foundational Skills Development Opportunities for Adults. Community of Training – 10 Participants in Iqaluit and Regina, Sask. Start and End – January 2020 to December 2020 V Division RCMP – RCMP Assisted Application Entrance Program Purpose to provide literacy and numeracy skills required…

Pitquhirnikkut Ilihautiniq

Kitikemot Heritage Society Access to Online Cultural and Linguistic Learning to Sustain a Vibrant Inuit Workforce The Pitquhirnikkut Ilihautiniq / Kitikmeot Heritage Society is building on learning that took place in 2019 with Makigiaqta’s support and continuing to strengthen the foundation to deliver a long-term Inuinnaqtun Mentor-Apprentice Program (MAP). This program pairs a fluent speaker…

Qikiqtaani Inuit Association Ipitiki 2017

Objectives Develop a family literacy package for Inuit families with children aged 0-3 years. Similar to GN’s baby box initiative. Support Qikqtani daycares by developing and delivering training to daycare boards, based on the needs of each board. Support Qikiqtani daycares by hosting a 3-5-day training and professional development conference for daycare managers. Support daycares.…

Pirurvik Preschool Training Project

With the support of the Pond Inlet DEA the Pirurvik Preschool opened its doors on Thursday January 14, 2016 in a classroom located at the Ulaajuk Elementry School in Pond Inlet. This Early Childhood Education program is for children ages 2.5-4 years old.

Tasiuqtigiit Hand in Hand Society

Uummati Doula/Maternal Support Worker Online Professional Development and Training Tasiuqtigiit Hand in Hand Society in collaboration with the Uummati Maternal Support program is offering an online, virtual training opportunity to Inuit working in or are interested in a professional role in the perinatal field.

Kitkmeot Heritage Society – Mentor Apprentice Language Program

Strategic Priority Foundation al skills development opportunities for adults Advanced Training and Post Secondary for Employment in Key Sectors Mentor Apprentice Language Program 3 Years Cambridge Bay, Kugluktuk and Gjoa Haven, Nunavut The Inuinnaqtun Language – the foundation of Inuinnaqtun culture has less than 600 fluent speakers remaining. By many estimates, it is a language…

Nunavut Film Industry Training- Nunavut FIT

2017-2018 Project Concept for the Nunavut Film Industry Training The objective of the Nunavut Film Industry Training program is to create a continuum of learning and opportunity for Nunavummiut interested in a career in the industry. Currently the Film, TV and Digital Media industry includes upwards of 100 specific jobs ranging from office admin, accounting,…

Pirurvik Centre – Creating Employment Opportunities for Inuit through Inuktut Skills.

Pirurvik aims to close this gap by delivering training that develops the articulacy and literacy skills that first language speakers need to work effectively in inuktut.