12-Week Pre-Employment Training Program

Do you face barriers to employment? Want to build your confidence and gain new skills to find a job? Please apply!

There is an exciting training project happening in Arviat this fall, delivered by Performance Management Consultants (PMC) with funding support from the Department of Family Services (DFS). We are seeking motivated candidates to participate in this 12 week training program from September 11th-December 8st. If you want to learn new skills, build self-esteem and confidence, and improve your employability – don’t miss this opportunity!

Please apply if you:

  • Are between the ages of 18-29
  • Struggle to find or keep a job because of specific barriers (learning challenges or mental, physical or emotional conditions)
  • Are motivated to learn new skills and overcome your barriers to find meaningful work
  • Have an interest in working on a team to make an important contribution to your community
  • Are interested in connecting with local employers and learning about job opportunities;
  • Have lots of energy to share
  • Enjoy learning in a fun and supportive environment!

You’ll gain employment readiness skills, teamwork and communications experience, and a build a resume for future job searches. And you’ll earn a cash bonus for weekly participation and an additional cash bonus for program completion!

If you’re interested, please ask Samantha Ussak for an application form. Samantha can be reached at SUssak@GOV.NU.CA or by calling 867-857-3183. You can submit the form by email to Erin Strachan at estrachan@pmcrenewal.com or by paper or email to Samantha.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Author: Arviat Film Society

Connect with us to learn how our youth are building a participatory culture through film, technology, media and arts education. The Arviat Film Society was founded in 2010 to support Inuit youth to explore education and careers in film and new media, communications, research, technology and innovation. In partnership with Isuma TV and the Digital Indigenous Democracy Project our youth launched their own community television station, Arviat Television, in 2013.

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