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Cultural Orientation - Arviat

English

The Department of Human Resources is pleased to offer a Cultural Orientation workshop via in-person for employees which focuses on:

•Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Guiding Principles
•Traditional Knowledge
•Traditional Responsibilities
•Relationship to Environment

Registration forms are received on a first come first served basis.

Employee Orientation - Arviat

English

The Department of Human Resources is pleased to offer an Employee Orientation workshop via in-person which focuses on:
•History of Nunavut
•Introduction to the Government of Nunavut
•Public Service Training Programs/Courses
•Workplace Wellness
•Pay & Benefits
•Employee Relations
•Return to Work
•IQ - Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit

The objective of this workshop is to provide employees an opportunity to better understand services within the Government of Nunavut.

Registration forms are received on a first come first served basis.

Managing Skills for Non-Managers 1 & 2

English

 

Managing Skills 1

Learn how to inspire, influence, and motivate people to accomplish important goals - when you have no formal direct reporting authority over them. Managing people when they don't report to you can be tough. How do you deliver feedback? How do you hold people accountable? How do you keep them on track? How do you arrrive at concensus? How do you mediate conflict? In this highly interactive and practical workshop, you'll get the skills and knowledge you need to help work colleagues perform at their best.

Communicating for Results

English

 

The ability to communicate effectively at work and in life is, perhaps, the most critical skill for anyone. Those who have demonstrated an ability to effectively communicate are more likely to receive promotions and job offers.

 

Effective communication allows you to use all the other skills you have to the fullest. Your success motivating, delegating, organizing, solving problems, and obtaining information depends heavily on your ability to communicate with others.

 

Leadership for Team Leaders & Supervisors

English

 

This is a workshop that will give you the opportunity to examine your own leadership style and its impact on your present ability to influence others.

 

Content will include things such as:

-the evolution of management and leadership

-skills and traits of effective leaders

-self-assessment of leadership model

-obtaining team emplowerment, terms of reference, and mandate

-the role of personal power and influence in leadership conflict resolution

 

EMPLOYEE & CULTURAL ORIENTATION

English

 

The Department of Human Resources is pleased to offer an Employee Orientation workshop which focuses on:

- History of Nunavut

- Introduction to the Government of Nunavut

- Sivumuaqatigiit Programs: Mentorship, Sivuliqtiksat, etc.

- Worker's Safety & Compensation

- Nunavut Employees Union

- Pay & Benefits

- ATIPP

- Employee Relations

- Risk Management and more...

 

The cultural orientation portion of this workshop will focus on:

- Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Principles

Community Health Nurse

Come explore Canada’s unique northern environment. We are host to amazing northern lights, incredible full moon evenings, lots of snow and renowned winter weather. To balance the long winter nights, spring and summer bring 24 hours of daylight, migrating birds, unique wildlife and beautiful wildflowers.

Microsoft Excel 2010 - INTERMEDIATE

English

 

This online course is offered over a span of 3 weeks in a format that will allow you to complete lessons and assignments at your own pace. There is also an interactive element which includes 6 lives classes over 3 weeks. For those who cannot attend, there are short review videos to help you out.

 

Microsoft Excel is an easy - yet powerful - tool that is used to create spreadsheets and pivot tables, analyze data, and chart information. Sign up for this workshop to increase your familiarity with one of the most commonly used systems to organize and share data.

Various Instructors

The Community and Distance Learning division of Nunavut Arctic College is seeking local residents for casual employment positions as Instructors in various Nunavut communities. Programs run from August 2019 to June 2020. Instructor positions are available for:

College Foundation
Office Administration
G.R.E.A.T
Adult Basic Education