PROGRAMS & COURSES
Courses in the Targeted category vary from year to year. Training is designed to meet the direct needs of the municipalities. The specific needs are identified through the MTO’s annual Training Needs Survey, a detailed analysis of previous years’ deliveries, and through direct requests from the municipalities themselves as the year progresses. Occasionally the MTO is asked to conduct training by a partner and should the partner contribute the entire costs of this training, the MTO will be able to accommodate the requests.
This categotry of training requires the flexibility to respond directly to the pulse of the community.
Customer Service is available year-round. Participants go through sessions at their own pace. These modules will not be facilitated. They will allow for self-enrollment and will be open to Municipal Government employees and any other public servants interested in completing these modules.
The curriculum is designed to help the student learn the basic features of automated accounting in a “real life” accounting environment. ACCPAC (SAGE 300 ERP) for Windows will be the software used to teach participants the aspects of General Ledger entries, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and period end procedures. Upon successful completion of this course the participants student will learn about:
This course is design to give an overview of AutoCAD for Nunavut Planning and Lands administrators. This training will take place in Rankin Inlet.
- Introduction to AutoCAD
- Usage of AutoCAD workspace
- Site Plans
- Lease Sketches
- Zoning Amendment
- Sketches showing the distances between buildings and physical features
- Identifying addresses for Municipal services and Fire Department
Spaces is limited
This workshop is focused on the introduction of best practices, modern techniques and established strategies to improve the process of business or professional writing, Overall, the result is a more professional and polished product: written documents aligned to your readers’ needs.
Learning outcomes to include:
Confined and restricted spaces are work areas which are not intended for continuous occupancy, and which have by design, limited or restricted entry or exit. Confined Space Entry Hazard Awareness trains personnel to recognize hazards of working in a confined or restricted space and to carry out confined space entry and attendant duties safely.
The City of Iqaluit will conduct a one-day training session on the proper dilution, distribution methods and handling of Calcium Chloride, as part of the Nunavut Municipalities methods for dust suppression.
Location: City Garage, Federal Road.
Time: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
The Maintenance Management Operating System (MMOS) is computerized software to help manage private, commercial and infrastructure. The system ensure that proper preventative maintenance programs are followed, helps track and control inventory and provides reports to control costs.
Professional Drivers’ Upgrading delivered in partnership with the Alberta Motor Association. Training and certification were provided in: safe performance backing procedures, vehicle handling & control, observance of rules & regulations, defensiveness & planning, and general skills.
This 2-day course provides Facility Operators the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills and abilities in areas that will benefit themselves, their employer (hamlet), their career and the facility they operate. This training is intended to meet the need for trained operators and efficient operation of swimming pool facilities.
This course provides an overview of water, wastewater and solid waste:
- management requirements
- legislative regimes
- daily, monthly, semi-annual, and annual operational requirements and standards.
This course provides the specific knowledge and skills that are essential for Municipal Works Foremen to ensure that programs are in place to:
- protect the health of the community
- protect the environment
- ensure that maximum benefit results from public spending
The Lifesaving Society's Bronze Medallion award teaches an understanding of the lifesaving principles embodied in the four components of water rescue education - judgement, knowledge, skill, and fitness. This program will increase community capacity for lifeguards in the eight (8) communities that currently have pool facilities:
This project was built on the commitment of the Government of Nunavut – Department of Environment to establish a hazardous waste (HW) diversion process at Nunavut landfills that contributes to community safety and is in compliance with existing environmental acts and regulations. With regard to household hazardous waste management, partnerships are key.
- Landfill Basics: natural attenuation landfills, leachate/surface water monitoring; equipment safety, care & maintenance; operational limitations; litter control; waste screening; cell construction & compaction; gate operations; monitoring
- Operations: determine if your landfill is really efficient; understand the best landfill management practices; tools that will help maximize your landfill’s capacity; cost control
Municipal Solid Waste Management Phase 2 will take the participant further into the best practices of Landfill Mangement; Hazardous Waste Managment; Waste Segregations and storage methods, Occupational health and safery; Land Fill Fires ( causes, prevention and Emergency responses; and the NWB water License reporting requirements.
Participants will gain hands on experience on the this 3 day seminar, with spending 1 full day in a Land fill operation and working with consultants and community peers on best practices methods.
This course utilizes Technology and Geography to explore Spatial and Non-spatial questions such as:
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- Database Management Systems (DBMS)
- Earth Observation (Satellites)
- Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
GIS is about modeling and describing our world into two ways, either Spatial (Locational Data) or Non-Spatial (Attribute Data). City of Iqaluit, many departments of Government of Nunavut and Federal Government are known for using GIS.
MTO offers this professional development opportunity to new and existing SAOs, This five-day delivery includes capital and community planning, program planning, financial management, infrastructure management, council governance, and human resource management. This year, the primary focus will be water license compliance.
The 5 day Recreation Facility Operators Course will cover 3 basic needs for Facility grassroots workers. The first is for Arena Maintenance including ice painting, the second component will be Life Cycle Risk Management, understanding the life cycle of your facility and identifying and dealing with risk issues, then it will finish up with a 2 day workshop on Supervisory Skills, where participants will understand managing yourself, managing work, managing people and managing situations.