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Cultural Orientation - Cambridge Bay & Kugluktuk - Video Conference

English

The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) is pleased to offer a Cultural Orientation workshop for new employees which focuses on:

  • Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Guiding Principles
  • Traditional Knowledge
  • Traditional Responsibilities
  • Relationship to Environment

Registration forms are received on a first come first served basis.

This session will be delivered via video conferencing link.

Maximum class size of 10.

9am - 4pm

 

Mentor Training - Cambridge Bay

English
  • Introduction
  • Mentor Training Overview
  • How Adults Learn
  • Reflecting on Your Time
  • Sharing the Mentorship Experience
  • Mentor/Mentee Phases
  • Role of the Mentor and the Mentee
  • Communication Plan (Mentor, Mentee, Supervisor)
  • Mentorship Development Plan Sample
  • Mentorship Agreement Sample
  • Time Management & Support System
  • Evaluation of Mentor Training
  • Closing Remarks

 

Starts:  1:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Location:  TBD

Mentee Training - Cambridge Bay

English
  • Introduction
  • Mentor/Mentee Phases
  • Role of the Mentor and the Mentee
  • Sharing the Mentorship Experience
  • Video:  Mentorship Interviews in Nunavut
  • Mentorship Development Plan Sample
  • Communication Plan (Mentor, Mentee, Supervisor)
  • Mentor/Mentee Agreement Sample
  • Evaluation of Mentee Training
  • Closing Remarks

Starts:  9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

Location:  TBD

NEW DATES - ABLURVIK - Inuinnaqtun Second Language Level 2 - Cambridge Bay

English

Ablurvik meaning “next steps” builds more complex language skills including:

  • talking about events in the past and future,
  • telling time,
  • possession and the location of objects.

Students are introduced to the syllabic writing system, but will focus on working on regular writing assignments in qaliujaaqpait (roman orthography). Our instructors work with students to perfect their pronunciation and build on the Pigiarvik course.

Course Dates: February 8-19, 2016 - Mon-Fri 9am-12pm

MS Excel 2010 Level I - Cambridge Bay

English

You Will Learn How To
 

  • Use and navigate the program
  • Basic data editing
  • Basic and innovative formatting
  • Using formulas and special functions
  • Charting data
  • Printing workbooks

PLEASE NOTE: Applicants must already have basic computer experience and knowledge in order to participate in this workshop.

Schedule: Mon-Tue 9am-4pm & Wed 9am-12pm