As the economy grows, NAC offers trades training programs that will lead to good jobs in Nunavut. To qualify for these jobs, graduates must be well trained in their program specialty, as well as be prepared to serve an apprenticeship.
It's been a year of progress and accomplishments for Sanatuliqsarvik, the Nunavut Trades Training Centre in Rankin Inlet. The three-year-old trades training facility, its students and staff were congratulated in a Ministerial Statement to the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut this Friday by the Hon. Paul Quassa, Minister responsible for Nunavut Arctic College.
This academic year the Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) has partnered with the Nunavut Nursing Program to deliver an Inuktitut Language course to Nursing students.
Student Orientation Week in Rankin Inlet began last week with a series of workshops, presentations and fun activities welcoming new and returning students to both Kivalliq Hall and the Nunavut Trades Training Centre.
On Saturday, September 3, 2011, Kivalliq Campus students celebrated student orientation week in Rankin Inlet with a scavenger hunt that saw them running from one end of the town to the other.
The Recognition of Prior Learning Forum will introduce participants to PLAR and portfolio development, share the results of the three-year PLAR Project at Nunavut Arctic College, and bring together educators, government, Inuit organizations, and more to discover how the recognition of learning can help Nunavummiut to move forward by building on their strengths!
Nunavut Arctic College Kivalliq Campus is proud to announce the election of this year’s Kivalliq Student Council.