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Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is for anyone interested in learning how to help someone who is having thoughts of suicide.

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Congratulations to Jennifer Amagoalik and Terrence (Enri) Milton on being chosen as this year's recipients of Atuqtuarvik Corporation's two scholarships.

Published in Nunavut Research News

Next week, two of ETP's finest will participating in two different, but equally exciting conferences.

Published in Nunavut Research News

The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Diploma and Certificate Programs are being delivered in all three regions of  Nunavut during this academic year. They are under the auspices of the Education Programs division, Nunavut Arctic College. The ECE Manager with direct supervision of curriculum and programming is Ellen Hamilton.

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The Department of Family Services is launching the “Getting Ready for Employment and Training”, or G.R.E.A.T. program, which is a 12-week Nunavut Arctic College program designed to help prepare income assistance clients for employment opportunities.

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Valerie Young, a third year nursing student at Nunavut Arctic College, was selected from an international pool of student applicants to attend the First Annual Arctic Academy in South Korea.

Published in Student Stories

This week, Kaviq Kaluraq, NTEP Instructor, took students to Sylvia Grinnell Park outside of Iqaluit for a field trip. This was part of her ESCI 205 course. The focus of the trip was to study Inuit traditional knowledge about medicinal plants.

Published in Education News

This September marks the first delivery of the first-year Early Childhood Education Diploma Program with Nunavut Arctic College in the community of Pond Inlet.

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Canada's Post-Secondary Partnerships Program links education programs to local labour market needs: 

The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of the Environment, Minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency and Minister for the Arctic Council, on behalf of The Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, announces support to Nunavut Arctic College for a program designed and delivered to prepare First Nation and Inuit youth with the skills and training needs to join the labour market.

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ETP students study Fish Management

During the Environmental Technology Program Fish Management course students learn all about domestic, commercial, and subsistence fishing, as well as various fishing issues across Nunavut. 

Published in Nunavut Research News
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