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Adult Basic Education includes six (6) levels of study ranging from basic literacy to coursework at the Grade 12 level. Courses in this program enable participants to learn or re-learn skills needed to meet employment, personal or educational goals.

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ABE Essential Skills is a 28-week program that incorporates Inuit Societal Values, focuses on IALLS literacy level 2, and includes 90 hours of workplace experience.

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The goal of apprenticeship is to develop a competent journeyperson through a combination of on-the-job experience and technical training.

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The Apprenticeship Cook, Level 1 program is a 40-day, multi-disciplinary program that aims to give students the skills, knowledge, and confidence required to proceed with an Apprenticeship in the Cook Trade.

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The Apprenticeship Housing Maintainer program is a Provincial Certification program that is recognized in Nunavut and NWT. The program offers technical training typically completed over 3 years (levels 1-3) that includes 560 hours of on-the-job training, and for Nunavut, 8 weeks of theory (or 240 hours) per year.

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The Apprenticeship Oil Burner Mechanic Program is an Inter-provincial (Red Seal) designated trade that offers technical training typically completed over 3 years. Included are 1,560 hours of on-the-job training and 8 weeks of theory (240 hours) per year for each of the 3 levels.

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The Apprenticeship Plumber program is an Inter-Provincial (Red Seal) designated trade that offers 6,240 hours of technical training typically completed over 4 years. This includes 1,560 hours of on-the-job training and 8 weeks of theory (240 hours) per year for each of the 4 levels. The College currently offers the first 2 levels of theory.

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Arctic Nursing, developed collaboratively by Nunavut Arctic College and Dalhousie University, is a 4-year degree program that focuses on nursing in Nunavut. Arctic Nursing is designed to prepare graduates for a career as entry-level practitioners in a variety of health care settings including hospitals, long-term care facilities and community-based agencies.

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