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february 20 - march 14, 2024
Lands Administration 2

The Lands Administration 2 course will build on topics covered in Land Administration 1. Throughout the online course, participants will learn about land pricing methods, revenue through land administration, environmental management, quarry administration, land use permits, and property taxation and assessment. Upon completion of Lands Administration 1 and 2, participants will have a thorough understanding of the full range of land administration activities that take place in their community.  Prerequisites: Land Administration 1

Rankin Inlet
march 02 - 06, 2024
Bylaw Fundamentals

Course Description:This five day course is Phase 1 of a two-phase program of instruction for Municipal Bylaw Officers in towns and Hamlets across Nunavut. This course designed to provide the officers with urgently needed knowledge and skills required to perform their duties.Course Topics:Evidence Collection, Interviewing, and Note TakingTactical Communications and De-escalationCharter Rights and CautioningBylaws, Acts, and RegulationsSummary Offence Convictions Act and TicketingInvestigations and Complaints

Arviat
march 04 - 07, 2024
Community Emergency Response Plan - Arviat

Nunavut Emergency Management is conducting a four day training course on Community Emergency Response Plan, these are the topics which will be covered throughout the course;Emergency Response Audit, Incident Command SystemIntroduction to Emergency Management, Community Hazard Identification and Risk AssessmentFour Pillars of Emergency Management, Incident Command System Concepts, Develop/Update Community Emergency Response PlanEmergency Operations Centre and Incident Command Post set up and tools review, Emergency Scenario Walkthrough

Gjoa Haven
march 11 - 14, 2024
Foundations of Success

Course Description:This four-day workshop, delivered over the period is designed to give supervisors/managers the tools, abilities, skills, and knowledge to be successful in their role. Using a combination of case studies, interactive learning, and facilitated exercises supervisors/managers can expect to identify what they already know about the position of being a supervisor/manager, polish existing skills, and learn new ones.

Baker Lake
march 11 - 14, 2024
Community Emergency Response Plan - Baker Lake

Nunavut Emergency Management is conducting a four day training course on Community Emergency Response Plan, these are the topics which will be covered throughout the course;   Emergency Response Audit, Incident Command SystemIntroduction to Emergency Management, Community Hazard Identification and Risk AssessmentFour Pillars of Emergency Management, Incident Command System Concepts, Develop/Update Community Emergency Response PlanEmergency Operations Centre and Incident Command Post set up and tools review, Emergency Scenario Walkthrough    

Iqaluit
march 18 - 22, 2024
Planning and Lands Administration

This course provides participants with opportunities to work through real-life community planning and land administration scenarios set in the Nunavut context. The in-person course will guide participants through examples of everyday tasks of a municipal Planning and Lands Administrator (PLA). Activities include analyzing land applications and development permit applications, preparing leases, calculating lot prices, reviewing land surveys, and processing Community Plan and Zoning By-law amendments. Prerequisites: Introduction to Planning and Lands  

Cambridge Bay
march 25 - 28, 2024
Community Emergency Response Plan - Cambridge Bay

Nunavut Emergency Management is conducting a four day training course on Community Emergency Response Plan, these are the topics which will be covered throughout the course; Emergency Response Audit, Incident Command System Introduction to Emergency Management, Community Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Four Pillars of Emergency Management, Incident Command System Concepts, Develop/Update Community Emergency Response Plan Emergency Operations Centre and Incident Command Post set up and tools review, Emergency Scenario Walkthrough