An Information Session for ALL GN Supervisors/Managers about the Hivuliqtikhanut Program – Supervisors’ Series will be held at the Aeroplex building (building 1084 in Iqaluit - Main Boardroom) on October 25, 2016 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. For more details on the series and to express interest in taking part see the attached Bulletin.
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This workshop will help participants gain the interview and research skills needed to prepare for successful interviews, and/or for presenting themselves at other opportunities.
By the end of this workshop, participants will have learned the different types of interviews, what to expect, what is new today, possible interview questions and responses, research skills, choosing references, and how to deal with those nerves!
ake a break this August and enjoy a change of scenery :)
Resume Writing "Clinic" Workshop
August 16, 2016, 1pm - 4:30pm - afternoon only
Gather information to update your resume, benefit from a one-on-one personal review, gain from personal self-reflection and group work. By the end of the workshop, you will have learned about resume and cover letter writing strategies and be able to apply them.
Do you feel like your computer is a mysterious machine that never does what you want it to do? Have you ever wondered whether there’s a faster, easier way to do things on your computer? Then sign up for this three-week online course! Computer Foundations covers everything a new user needs to know to be comfortable with their computer, and introduces experienced users to shortcuts, tips and tricks to help them work more efficiently.
This survey course presents the high points in Nunavut’s incredible history; this course is a primer in Nunavut governance and culture, with strong emphasis on the Nunavut Land Claim Agreement (NLCA). Ideal for all GN employees, it enables participants to better understand the structure of the Government of Nunavut, as well as the functions of its departments and the roles of the numerous boards, agencies, and other organizations created under the NLCA.
Do you feel like your computer is a mysterious machine that never does what you want it to do? Have you ever wondered whether there’s a faster, easier way to do things on your computer? Then sign up for this three-week online course!
Computer Foundations covers everything a new user needs to know to be comfortable with their computer, and introduces experienced users to shortcuts, tips and tricks to help them work more efficiently.
Are you new to word processing, and looking for an easy way to create, edit, and print documents? Or are you an experienced user, ready to design and insert graphics, produce beautiful title pages, and create tables? Then we have just the course for you!
Word 2010 Foundation and Intermediate is for both beginner and intermediate users. No previous experience with Word is required; you’ll learn to create and print documents, work with styles, add bullets and numbering, hyperlinks, headers, and footers, and much more.
With an introduction to Inuktitut pronunciation and grammar, you will be able to build basic skills in Inuktitut, including:
Building on your basic skills we move onto more complex language skills acquisition, including:
- talking about events in the past and future
- telling time
- possession and the location of objects
In level two, students are introduced to the syllabic writing system; however, course work and assignments will continue to rely upon “qaliujaaqpait” (roman orthography). Our instructors work with students to perfect their pronunciation and build on the Pigiarvik course.