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we invite you to view Piruqatigiit’s new website!

15 October 2020

The website is now easier to use and was beautifully designed by Katittut. It features illustrations by Atiigo Media and Arviat artist Charlotte Karetak. All parts of the site are available in English and Inuktitut.  We have also included some basic FASD information (under the ‘Learn’ heading) and some videos (more videos to come soon!). This website will link directly to our training courses once they are available (we are getting close!). We see the website as an entry point on the continuum of FASD training and knowledge acquisition for Nunavummiut.   A big thank you to Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corporation for the funding to develop this website and to continue making FASD information more accessible to Nunavummiut. We are so grateful.  www.piruqatigiit.ca

Employment Opportunity with Makigiaqta! Project Coordinator

12 August 2020

Job Ad – Project Coordinator (Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corp.)   for a detailed job description please contact us at Makigiaqta@tunngavik.com

Reminder call for proposal deadline JULY 10, 2020

6 July 2020

“Reminder that our call for proposal for e-learning/distance learning deadline is July 10, 2020 at 5:00 PM est. Any questions or information please contact Makigiaqta@tunngavik.com or call 979-7923”

Request for Proposals: Distance Learning/E-Learning for Nunavut Inuit Detailed Guideline

10 June 2020

Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corporation (“Makigiaqta”) is requesting proposals for the delivery or development of distance/e-learning programs. The purpose of these programs will be to provide Nunavut Inuit with education, training and skills needed for employment, and to enhance their economic participation and opportunities. Makigiaqta will award eligible organizations up to $250,000 each. The total budget appropriated for one year under the Contributions Program is $1 million.   Makigiaqta   Makigiaqta was established following a $175 million out-of-court settlement between Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (“NTI”) and the governments of Nunavut and Canada. Makigiaqta is responsible for administering the settlement fund to enhance Inuit’s preparedness for employment and other economic opportunities. Makigiaqta’s long-term plan is to enhance Inuit’s self-reliance, to create opportunities for…