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Rising up together to enhance the preparedness of Nunavut Inuit for employment

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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

Tumikuluit Saipaaqivik Daycare Training

Tessa Lochhead and Noodloo Peter had worked together to build and enhance the current daycare programming and administration structure at Tumikuluit and had produced a Nunavut Daycares Administrative Guide.

Arctic Children and Youth Foundation

Peer Leader Mental Health – Trauma Awareness Workshop Project Description The Peer Leader Mental Health Program is a 3-day certificate course delivered to youth between the ages of 15-21 years old. The main purpose of this workshop is to help Inuit youth cope with receiving disclosures of abuse. This workshop does not train youth to…

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…

Piruqatigiit Resource Centre – Inuuqatigiit Iliniaqtiit- Learning about FASD Together

Strategic Priority Early Learning Systems Wrap-around supports for success in K-12 and beyond. Advanced Training and Post Secondary for Employment in Key Sectors Inuuqatigiit Iliniaqtiit – Learning about FASD Together 3 Years April 2019 – March 2022 All across Nunavut Pirurqatigiit Resource Centre would like to create an accessible, online certificate program for community members,…

The Nunavut Bilingual Education Society (NBES)

The Nunavut Bilingual Education Society (NBES) is a community-based, non-profit society established in 2003. NBES was created by a group of Nunavut educators, cultural promoters, and storytellers concerned with the preservation, protection, and promotion of Inuit oral history and storytelling, cultural knowledge, and language. The Nunavut Bilingual Education Society will be conducting their program titled…

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

Pirurvik Centre is working to become an Indigenous-owned postsecondary Institute that delivers formal, accredited programs in Inuktut and advanced Inuit Knowledge. These programs respond to the employment needs of Inuit and the cultural aspirations Of Nunavummiut. This will be achieved by developing, delivering and evaluating the results of two full-time diploma

Ilitaqsiniq – Nunavut Literacy Council

Tapiriit Project Ilitaqsiniq creates, pilots and evaluate innovative models of non-formal, culture-based learning programs embedded with literacy, language and other work related skills. Participant outcomes of the original non-formal program “Miqqut” were captured and recorded though community-based research and included: increased confidence, wellbeing, culture identity and 85% of participants transitioning to employment or certificate level…

Recreation & Parks Association of Nunavut

The “Leading the Way” initiative will support youth training and employment; Inuit Mentor training and contract work for young adults; and an increase in after and/or out of school programs for children and youth, inclusive of physical activity, sport, cooking and cultural activity.

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.