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Time Management and Priorities - Videoconference


Learning Objectives:

  • Review work habits to best use your time
  • Learn to master time management
  • Learn to work according to priorities

Course Content:

•My Personal Choice

•My motives and my preferences

•The balance in my life

•The laws of time

•Analyze the Use of my Time

•My work habits

•My productive periods

•Mail and meetings

•Know your business (role, challenges, threats and opportunities)

•Urgent and important "unsharing"

Stress Management - Videoconference Qikiqtaaluk Region

Target Audience: General Learning Objectives: •To help participants identify stress in the workplace or in their own personal experiences. •To understand the impact that it has on one’s health and effective steps for reducing it. Course Content: •What is stress? •Understanding personality differences •Knowing yourself •Steps for effectively reducing stress •Conducting a stress analysis •Asserting your rights •Learning to say “no” •Looking after your health •Turning your day into laughter, fun and play •Moving forward

Interagency Information Sharing Protocol (IISP)

The Interagency Information Sharing Protocol (IISP) was developed to support and encourage collaborative community practice. It was created in response to recommendations made in the Suicide Prevention Strategy Action Plan to enhance collaboration among community stakeholders. The protocol serves to promote the well-being of all Nunavummiut, so information sharing concepts covered and guidance offered in the protocol can also be applied to address a variety of health issues and collaborative processes.

Front Line French

French Front Line French Who do clients meet when they are first greeted at your office? Participants will learn the basic structures of French language. Focus will be placed on oral language acquisition. Activities will be related to work situations: role-playing, sharing of resources between departments. Reading and writing activities will be based on documents, forms and others that are used at work. Prerequisite: none

Introduction to French


Introduction to French This is a one-day workshop which will cover the basic structures of the French language. Focus will be placed on oral acquisition. As such, there will be a high degree of student participation and interaction in activities that are related to daily situations at work, home, and leisure. Reading and writing activities will be done through the use of familiar documents such as newspaper, advertisements, flyers, etc, Prerequisite: none



Retirement Planning - Videoconferce

Retirement is a major event, that many people do not adequately plan for. . Planning for retirement will assist in ensuring that they are carefree as possible. A retirement plan is more than maximizing your financial resources and guessing about your economic needs. It is to plan your lifestyle, what interests you want to pursue and how you can achieve this within the economic resources available to you.


The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) 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 - Traditional Knowledge - Traditional activity

English Language Training Program for Government of Nunavut Interpreters and Translators - Igloolik

Program Objectives The ELS English Language Training Program for Government of Nunavut Interpreters and Translators, Phase 2 is intended to provide participants with an improved knowledge and practical command of English vocabulary and syntax, with a developed understanding of the connotative implications of certain structural and stylistic language choices.

Building Relationships through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competency - IG


In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

Building Relationships through Reconciliaton: Indigenous Cultural Competency


Please note:

Exact workshop dates and locations are to be determined. If you are interested in attending the Indigenous Cultural Competence worskhop, please submit your application to  

When there are enough applications for a particular community, the workshop will be scheduled and you will be contacted to confirm your attendance.