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Ilitaqsiniq – Nunavut Literacy Council

Ilitaqsiniq Nunavut Literacy Council – Ilinniaqta

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…

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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.

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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.

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Nunavut Hitmakerz Phase 4

Project Description Hitmakerz is a songwriting and music production workshop tour, travelling to various communities around the territory. In each community they offer free concerts, workshops, movie nights, talent shows and even feast. At the end of the tour they leave mobile music studio behind so the students can continue learning on their own. First…

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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.…

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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…

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Performance Management Consultants

PMC is proposing to design a program that offers support to both Inuit employees and their employers to provide the best chance at job retention, growth and learning on-the-job and building open and culturally respectful workplaces. The proposed program will target graduates from our Pre-Employment Training Programs with 6 participants from each of these communities:…

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Nunavut Fisheries and Marine Training Consortium

Nunavut Fisheries and Marine Training Consortium is a unique partnership formed in Nunavut to bring together government, private sector industry and Inuit organizations to provide training to Nunavut Inuit and other nunavutmmiut enabling them to take advantage of full time sustainable employment oppertuniries in the fishing industry. Originally named Nunavut Fishers Training Contortium when it…

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