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Nunavut Municipal Training Organization

The Nunavut Municipal Training Organization (MTO) is a non-profit society formed in 2003 as a partnership between the Nunavut Association of Municipal Administrators (NAMA) and the Government of Nunavut Department of Community and Government Services.


Our mandate is to identify, develop, and implement programs to provide municipal staff with skills and knowledge that can contribute to excellence in municipal program and service delivery across the territory of Nunavut.

Upcoming events

MTO hosts all sorts of exciting programs, trainings and courses every month.  Don't forget to check our calendar and upcoming events for what's to come.

Class 7 & 5 Driver Training- Cambridge Bay
Class 7 & 5 Driver Training- Kugluktuk
Class 7 & 5 Driver Training- Kinngait
Community Based Training - Cambridge Bay
Fire Service Instructor
Community Based Training - Gjoa Haven
Class 7 & 5 Driver Training- Rankin Inlet
Class 7 & 5 Driver Training- Arviat
Class 7 & 5 Driver Training- Coral Harbour
Class 7 & 5 Driver Training- Pangnirtung
Community Based Training - Pangnirtung
Firefighter Level 1
Community Based Training - Qikiqtarjuaq
Community Based Training - Arctic Bay
Community Based Training - Whale Cove
Community Based Training - Arviat
Community Based Training - Sanirajak
Community Based Training - Naujaat
Community Based Training - Chesterfield Inlet
Firefighter Level 2
Fire Truck Pump Operations
Community Based Training - Baker Lake
Community Based Training - Coral Harbour
Fire Officer Level 1
Community Based Training - Kimmirut
Community Based Training - Pond Inlet
Fire Officer Workshop
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We've got a new look!  We are excited to launch the new MTO website to enable our visitors the best experience possible.  

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MTO bases its operations out of Iqaluit. Due to the recent announcement of the presence of Covid-19, in Iqaluit, MTO’s day to day operations have been affected. As of now, online courses and course development will proceed as scheduled. Any participants registered for in person training should contact MTO for the latest updates. MTO will be reassessing as public health provides updates.

The safety of all Nunavummiut is important to us. Please stay safe and contact us with any questions or concerns.

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All 2022 programs, trainings and courses have been updated for the new calendar year.  Check out our calendar and sign up now!