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College Foundation is designed for students who meet the basic requirements for post-secondary programs but lack the specific, additional skills required for admission to professional degree and diploma programs, particularly those requiring a basic understanding of biology and chemistry.

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The ECEP is a two-year post-secondary, accredited diploma program that prepares students with the knowledge and skills to develop and deliver quality Early Childhood Education in Nunavut. The program enhances the workplace three-fold: by providing graduates with professional credentials to work in the child development field; by improving essential childcare services for working families; and by improving the opportunities for success in school and life for generations of Nunavut children.

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

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The Environmental Technology Program is a two-year diploma program that incorporates classroom and practical lab and field experiences to develop student skills. Graduates of the program will possess the necessary skills to meet the growing demand for environmental practitioners in such fields as resource development and management, fish and wildlife conservation, environmental protection, parks management, environmental assessment, waste management, environmental research, and environmental education.

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G.R.E.A.T. has been developed in partnership with the Nunavut Department of Family Services, specifically for income assistance recipients.

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The Heavy Equipment Operator Program includes five courses: Heavy Equipment Operator, Air Brakes, Class 1 Truck Driving, Class 2 School Bus Driving and Class 3 Truck Driving

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The Interpreter/Translator program is designed for students interested in the more technical aspects of the Inuktitut language and who wish to pursue a career in this field. The first year places special emphasis on language development, communication skills and technical skills necessary in translation. The second year is designed to assist students to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes required as an interpreter. Emphasis will be placed on helping the learner acquire specialized vocabulary in technical areas, and on consecutive and simultaneous interpreting skills.

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Aboriginal Language Revitalization supports community initiatives by strengthening one’s understanding of the complex context and characteristics of language loss, maintenance and recovery, and by developing knowledge of strategies and successes in language revitalization in communities. The program honours traditional knowledge and practices to reach a diverse group of learners.

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Inuit Studies emphasizes more traditional aspects of language and culture that are being lost in the modern world and explores these in relation to the contemporary situation of the Inuit. The social, economic and political conditions of the Inuit will also be studied, and will lead to an increased awareness of unique and important aspects of Inuit language and culture. The majority of courses in Inuit Studies are delivered in Inuktitut. Students successfully completing this option will be fully fluent and literate in Inuktitut and will have syllabic keyboarding skills.

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The Jewellery & Metalwork diploma program allows students to develop their knowledge and skills of jewellery and metalwork production in a professional studio atmosphere. The program stresses high standards of craftsmanship and creativity, all the time encouraging and exposing students to a wide range of materials, techniques and concepts.

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