Presentation on theme: "Nunavut Mining Symposium April 2012 Alan Everard Arctic College Sanatuliqsarvik Trades Training Centre Rankin Inlet, NU Trades Development in the Mining."— Presentation transcript:
Nunavut Mining Symposium April 2012 Alan Everard Arctic College Sanatuliqsarvik Trades Training Centre Rankin Inlet, NU Trades Development in the Mining Sector
Mining Industry Human Resources Counsel of Canada Predicts a shortage of 49% to 81% in the mining industry in Canada in the Professional, Skilled, and Trades occupation areas. This is mostly due to growth….. We are encouraging Nunavummiut to enter the trades, offering a wide variety trades training opportunities at the trades school as well as in the communities.
A Territorial Focus High school liason – curriculum development Trades Access Certificate Preapprentrice Apprentrice Journeyman updating programs Industry responsive curriculum development
Trades and Technology Presently we offer apprenticeship training for : Electricians Levels I and II Oil Burner Mechanics Levels I and II Plumbers Levels I and II Housing Maintainers Levels I, II and III Carpenters I, II, III, and IV We also offer certificate training in Trades Access, Camp Cook and CARS Heavy Equipment Operator training is currently being developed.
Sanatuliqsarvik Nunavut Trades Training Centre
Housing Maintainer Shop
Setting up Plumbing Shop
Tommy in the Electrical Shop
Heavy Equipment Operation January 2013
Simulator Purchased A strong partnership between industry and the college The Department of Education is looking at heavy equipment operator (HEO) as an apprenticeable trade.
Congratulations to the Hamlet of Arviat for developing the Diamond Driller Program