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Employee Orientation - Cambridge Bay & Kugluktuk - Video Conference CANCELLED

English

The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) is pleased to offer an Employee Orientation workshop via video conference which focuses on:

  • History of Nunavut
  • Introduction to the Government of Nunavut
  • Public Service Training Programs/Courses
  • Workplace Wellness
  • Pay & Benefits
  • Employee Relations
  • Return to Work
  • IQ - Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit

The objective of this workshop is to provide new employees an opportunity to better understand services within the Government of Nunavut.

Teachers

 

This position is included in the Nunavut Teachers Association.

Communitites: Arctic Bay, Arviat, Baker Lake, Cambridge Bay, Cape Dorset, Chesterfield Inlet, Clyde River, Coral Harbour, Gjoa Haven, Grise Fiord, Hall Beach, Igloolik, Iqaluit, Kimmirut, Kugaaruk, Kugluktuk, Naujaat, Pangnirtung, Pond Inlet, Qikiqtarjuaq, Rankin Inlet, Resolute Bay, Sanikiluaq, Taloyoak, Whale Cove

Type of Employment: Indeterminate and Term

NEW DATES - Beginner French - Cambridge Bay

English

Participants will learn the basic structures of French language. Focus will be placed on oral language acquisition. There will be a high degree of student participation and interaction in activities related to daily situations at work, home and leisure. Reading and writing will be done through the use of familiar documents, such as newspaper, advertisement, flyers, etc. Oral: 90%. Reading and writing: 10%

 

Prerequisite: none

Students will be evaluated orally to determine their appropriate level of proficiency.

Building Relationships through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competency

English

In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

Building Relations through Reconciliation: Indigenous Cultural Competency

English

In the post-TRC era of reconciliation, many Canadians are considering what reconciliation might mean to their sector and to their leadership. Indian Residential Schools has generated multiple impacts on Indigenous families and communities, and some impacts continue to resonate and challenge wellbeing. Residential Schools were one of the most significant impacts on Indigenous communities, but it was not the only negative impact. Much of the history of Canada’s development and relationship with Indigenous peoples is hidden, and the secrecy is a barrier to Canada’s reconciliation.

3-HR Introduction to Inuinnaqtun (Video-Conference)

English

This 3-hour introduction to Inuinnaqtun is a perfect way to start your learning!

Course Topics:

  • Introduction to Inuinnaqtun (this topic will be taught in English) - Inuinnaqtun in Nunavut and the world -Inuinnaqtun writing systems
  • Introduction to Inuinnaqtun grammar
  • Basic Inuinnaqtun greetings 
  • Sounds of Inuinnaqtun
  • Pronouncing Inuit names
  • Learning Inuinnaqtun: an introduction to current courses and resources

Schedule: 9am-12pm

Building Relationships through Reconciliaton: Indigenous Cultural Competency

English

Please note:

Exact workshop dates and locations are to be determined. If you are interested in attending the Indigenous Cultural Competence worskhop, please submit your application to icc@gov.nu.ca  

When there are enough applications for a particular community, the workshop will be scheduled and you will be contacted to confirm your attendance.

Microsoft Excel 2010 -

English

This online course is offered over a span of 3 weeks in a format that will allow you to complete lessons and assignments at your own pace. There is also an added interactive element which includes 6 live classes over 3 weeks. For those who cannot attend, there are short review videos to help you out.

Microsoft Excel is an easy - yet powerful - tool that is used to create spreadsheets and pivot tables, analyze data, and chart information. Sign up for this workshop to increase your familiarity with one of the most commonly used systems to organize and share data.