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Microsoft Excel 2010 - Kivalliq

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 added interactive element which includes 6 live classes over 3 weeks. For those who cannot attend, there are short review videos to help you out.

 

English Grammar

English

This course will focus on common features of grammar that are challenging for non-native English speakers, and common features of grammar in professional contexts. In this course, learners will observe, analyse, and apply standard rules of grammar in their everyday professional lives. Explanations and exercises will help learners write with precision and clarity.

Objectives:

Mentorship Information Session

English

Mentorship Information Session in Inuktitut
Videoconference, Qikiqtaaluk
March 13, 2018
1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Introduction

What is Nunavut Mentorship Program?

Mentor/Mentee Phases

Role of the Mentor and the Mentee

Elder on Pilimmaksarniq/Mentorship Experience

Communication Process

Objective and Standards Setting Sample

Mentorship Application Process

Websites on Mentorship Programs

Closing Remarks

Evaluation

Mentorship Information Session

English

Mentorship Information Session
Videoconference, Qikiqtaaluk
February 26, 2018
1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Introduction

What is Nunavut Mentorship Program?

Mentor/Mentee Phases

Role of the Mentor and the Mentee

Elder on Pilimmaksarniq/Mentorship Experience

Communication Process

Objective and Standards Setting Sample

Mentorship Application Process

Websites on Mentorship Programs

Closing Remarks

Evaluation

Pigiarvik (ISL I) Post-poned

English

With an introduction to Inuktitut pronunciation and grammar, you will be able to build basic skills in Inuktitut, including:

asking and answering simple questions
using the singular, dual and plural properly
basic simple sentences for various situations in the home and workplace.

Uqqaritsautit: Post-poned

English

The Uqqaritsautit course explores Inuktut terminology in areas such as environmental

knowledge, justice, community relations and human health. The Inuit language at this articulate

level features rich and very specific terminology although many terms have disappeared from

daily use with the dominance of English in the workplace and education system. With efforts

underway in Nunavut to advance the use of Inuktut in the workplace, there is a strong need for

advanced Inuit terminology in a number of fields. This course will enable you to understand