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Left to Right; Darlene Eyegetok SSWP YR 2 (CamBay), Beatrice Udlaoyak G.R.E.A.T program (CamBay), Harley Evalik SSWP YR 1 (CamBay), Daisy Anoee SSWP YR1 (Arviat), Kim Aupaluktuq SSWP YR 1 (Baker Lake), and Jessica Otokiak SSWP YR 1 (CamBay).

 

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Elaine Uppahuak-Prusky, a Senior Business Officer with the Government of Nunavut, has taken her career to the next level by completing the Senior Manager’s Hivuliqtikhanut Diploma. She is one of 15 GN employees to do so in 2016.

Accredited by Dalhousie University in Halifax, the one-year program was developed for employees at three levels: emerging managers, supervisors and senior managers.

Attendees learn from a variety of classroom and learning modules, building capacity for those pursuing careers with the Government of Nunavut. Yet, Uppahuak-Prusky points out that graduates not only learn new skills, they gain confidence in their roles.

NAC recognizes that opportunities are good for careers in business, administration and management in Nunavut. To prepare for the roles, several business programs are offered in Office Administration, Management Studies and the Municipal Government Program. To find out about the Business programs, visit www.arcticcollege.ca.

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A Pre-Trades program will run from Feb 13 to May 26, at Sanatuliqsarvik, Nunavut Trades Training Centre in Rankin Inlet. The program focuses on the foundations of math, science and English.

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As the economy grows, NAC offers trades training programs that will lead to good jobs in Nunavut. To qualify for these jobs, graduates must be well trained in their program specialty, as well as be prepared to serve an apprenticeship.

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The Nunavut Trades Training Centre in Rankin Inlet played centre stage for a hands-on visit by the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, and his wife, Sharon Johnston, on May 13. They were joined by the Honourable Nellie T. Kusugak, Commissioner of Nunavut.

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Students from the Trades Training Centre completed their first attempt to pass their second year Apprenticeship program which covered the Electrical, Housing Maintainer and Carpentry trades. The results for the second year were outstanding. 100% success rate from the first attempt.  We take this opportunity to thank the staff and faculty on a job well done.

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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.

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

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Board of Governors Member Brendan Peterson, President Peter Ma, Nunatta Campus Dean Eric Corneau, Board Members Rhoda Ungalaaq, Martha Main and Jason Carpenter were among those visiting the College’s Head Office for Regional Board Meetings in Arviat last week. 

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Arviat youth joined Mrs. Universe along with thousands of students across Canada and around the world for the 8th Global Dignity Day.

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