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Kitikmeot Region Programs and Courses for Fall 2012

Nunavut Arctic College is your doorway to a wider world of learning opportunities. Kitikmeot Campus and our regional Community Learning Centres are staffed by Adult Educators who can provide information and guidance to anyone seeking further education.

Fall 2012 Programs and Courses for the Kitikmeot Region

Kitikmeot Communities: Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven, Kugluktuk, Kuugaruk, Taloyoak

For more information about our upcoming programs, contact the Registrar's office toll-free at 1-866-979-7222. You can also visit your local Adult Educator or regional Career Development Officer for assistance.

Apply Now: Click here to download an application form.

For more information, contact:

  • Kivalliq Campus Registrar: (867) 857-5500
  • Kitikmeot Campus Registrar: (867) 983-4108
  • Nunatta Campus Registrar: (867) 979-7200
  • Nunavut Trades Training Centre Registrar: (867) 645-4850

For more news, events and information from Nunavut Arctic College, visit our web site at www.arcticcollege.ca

 


Cambridge Bay

Adult Basic Education: Adult Basic Education includes six levels of study ranging from basic literacy to course work at the Grade twelve level. Courses in this program enable participants to learn or relearn skills needed to meet employment, personal or educational goals. Participants often enroll in the program as a first step to entering a certificate or diploma program. Students may take Adult Basic Education courses on a full-time or part-time basis. Apply now!This program starts in September 2012.

Camp Cook: This program is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills required to obtain employment in the food industry mainly at mining camps and other institutional camp settings. Through hands-on training and classroom instruction, the students will be able to enter the marketplace with confidence. Students will receive basic instruction in all aspects of camp cooking. Students will be able to pursue pre-employment cooking upon successful completion of this program. Apply now! This program starts in September 2012.

College Foundations: The College Foundation Program offers students the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to be successful in a post secondary program. It will assist students to attain the necessary academic prerequisites for college programs in areas such as math, science, and communications and to enhance the Essential Skills that are applicable to all occupations. In addition, this program supports students by including services ranging from college orientation, study skills, tutoring, counseling (academic, personal, career advice), and work experience while gaining academic qualifications. Apply now!This program starts in September 2012.

Maternity Care: The Maternity Care Worker certificate program is designed to prepare graduates to work with individual women, childbearing families, and the community. They will be members of the Primary Health Care Team, incorporating Inuit cultural beliefs and values, and offering both traditional and modern maternal care practices. Maternity Care Workers will use a holistic approach to assessing needs, and a client-centered approach to fulfilling identified needs of pregnant women.

Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) Year Four: The Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP), in partnership with the University of Regina, offers a campus and community based program prepares Nunavummiut to become classroom teachers in Nunavut schools. The emphasis is on training primary and elementary teachers, but students may choose to practice at the Junior High and High School levels. The program has a strong focus on practice, and the theory learned in courses is applied in classroom situations through observation and teaching. Apply now! This program starts in September 2012.

Trades Access: Trades Access is an academic trades preparation program that is offered over a 32 week period. This program provides fundamental academic upgrading in order to successfully challenge the Trades Entrance Exams, in Levels 1 through 5. The program provides the necessary foundation in building skills in trades related Math, Science, English and Communications that are required to enter into an Apprenticeship, or to pursue other Arctic College programs. Apply now!This program starts in September 2012.

Social Services Worker Diploma Program (Years 1 and 2): The Social Services Worker Diploma Program provides a two-year orientation to Community and Social Services Work from a Professional Social Work perspective. The program prepares students for entry level positions in Community Counselling, Child Welfare, Corrections and other Social Service-type work. It also lays the foundation for continued education to the Bachelor of Social Work degree and beyond. The goal of the program is to prepare graduates with the skills necessary to work within the cultural context of Nunavut.

Municipal Government Program:

  • 5 Core MGP Courses [OL]
  • 5 Finance Officer Courses [OL]

Click here to download an application form.

 


Gjoa Haven

Adult Basic Education: Adult Basic Education includes six levels of study ranging from basic literacy to course work at the Grade twelve level. Courses in this program enable participants to learn or relearn skills needed to meet employment, personal or educational goals. Participants often enroll in the program as a first step to entering a certificate or diploma program. Students may take Adult Basic Education courses on a full-time or part-time basis. Apply now!This program starts in September 2012.

Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) Year One: The Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP), in partnership with the University of Regina, offers a campus and community based program prepares Nunavummiut to become classroom teachers in Nunavut schools. The emphasis is on training primary and elementary teachers, but students may choose to practice at the Junior High and High School levels. The program has a strong focus on practice, and the theory learned in courses is applied in classroom situations through observation and teaching. Year One of this program starts in September 2012. Apply today!

Municipal Government Program:

- 5 Core MGP Courses [OL]
- 5 Finance Officer Courses [OL]

Click here to download an application form.

 


Kugluktuk

Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) Year Two: The Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP), in partnership with the University of Regina, offers a campus and community based program prepares Nunavummiut to become classroom teachers in Nunavut schools. The emphasis is on training primary and elementary teachers, but students may choose to practice at the Junior High and High School levels. The program has a strong focus on practice, and the theory learned in courses is applied in classroom situations through observation and teaching. Apply now! This program starts in September 2012.

Pre-Employment: This program is a 28 week training program designed to enhance the employability of individuals. Training hours are divided equally between academic upgrading, job skills training, personal life skills, and job experience. This program starts in September 2012. Apply today!

Pre Trades: Pre-trades is an academic trades preparation program that is offered over an 18 week period. The Pre-trades courses provide the necessary training that is required to build skills in Math, Science and English to successfully challenge the Department of Education’s Trades Entrance Exams, Levels 1 through 5. The program aims to provide the basis to enter into an Apprenticeship, or to pursue other Arctic College programs. Apply now! This program starts in September 2012.

Municipal Government Program:

- 5 Core MGP Courses [OL]
- 5 Finance Officer Courses [OL]

Click here to download an application form.

 


Kugaaruk

Municipal Government Program:
- 5 Core MGP Courses [OL]
- 5 Finance Officer Courses [OL]

Pre-Employment: This program is a 28 week training program designed to enhance the employability of individuals. Training hours are divided equally between academic upgrading, job skills training, personal life skills, and job experience. This program starts in September 2012. Apply today!

Click here to download an application form.

 


Taloyoak

Fur Production and Design Program: The Fur Design & Production Program offers students the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to be successful in the sealskin fur garment industry. This ten month program focuses on traditional Inuit methods and technologies to prepare skins, design, and sew garments, as well as on commercial and contemporary methods for fur design and production. Business courses will familiarize students with market, consumer demand, and assist the students to become successful in both cottage industries and small business. Apply now!This program starts in September 2012.

Municipal Government Program:
- 5 Core MGP Courses [OL]
- 5 Finance Officer Courses [OL]

Pre-Employment: This program is a 28 week training program designed to enhance the employability of individuals. Training hours are divided equally between academic upgrading, job skills training, personal life skills, and job experience. This program starts in September 2012. Apply today!

Click here to download an application form.

 


START YOUR CAREER TODAY WITH NUNAVUT ARCTIC COLLEGE!

Nunavut Arctic College has a strong commitment to provide high quality educational opportunities to all residents of Nunavut. The College has five campuses: Nunatta Campus and the Nunavut Research Institute Science Campus in Iqaluit, Kivalliq Campus and the Nunavut Trades Training Centre in Rankin Inlet and the Kitikmeot Campus, located in Cambridge Bay.

Our Community Learning Centres are located all 25 communities of Nunavut, bringing our programs home to people throughout the territory. These Centres are your a doorway to a wider world of learning opportunities. Each Community Learning Centre is staffed by an Adult Educator who can provide information and guidance to anyone seeking further education.

Kitikmeot Communities: Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven, Kugluktuk, Kuugaruk, Taloyoak

For more information about our upcoming programs, contact the Registrar's office toll-free at 1-866-979-7222. You can also visit your local Adult Educator or regional Career Development Officer for assistance.

  • Kivalliq Campus Registrar: (867) 857-5500
  • Kitikmeot Campus Registrar: (867) 983-4108
  • Nunatta Campus Registrar: (867) 979-7200
  • Nunavut Trades Training Centre Registrar: (867) 645-4850

For more news, events and information from Nunavut Arctic College, visit our web site at www.arcticcollege.ca

 

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