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Format: 2020
Format: 2020

Cultural Awareness Workshop [Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership, LATP]

Publisher: 
Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership
Year of publication: 
2019

The Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership offers a Cultural Awareness Workshop to small and larger groups as requested. This 3-4 hour presentation was designed in consultation with the three Aboriginal groups in Labrador.

Employment Opportunities [Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership, LATP]

Publisher: 
Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership
Year of publication: 
2019

On this page we list current employment opportunities that available with our business partners.

Wage Subsidy - Employee Page [Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnerhip, LATP]

Publisher: 
Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership
Year of publication: 
2019

If you are an LATP client, you may be eligible for a wage subsidy to help you gain employment. It is not a pre-requisite that you were enrolled in LATP sponsored training but there are some conditions around participation. All Aboriginal people in Labrador from Innu Nation, NunatuKavut (Labrador Metis Nation), and Nunatsiavut, are eligible to participate in this program.

Wage Subsidy Program [Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership, LATP]

Publisher: 
Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership
Year of publication: 
2019

If you are an employer, and interested in hiring one of our aboriginal clients, we may be able to provide a subsidy for a set period of time.

If you are an Aboriginal person looking for meaningful work, we may be able to match you with an employer.

Please contact Lois Roberts, Wage Subsidy Coordinator for more information. lroberts@latp.ca 709-896-3500 ext 231

Scholarship Applications [Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership, LATP]

Publisher: 
Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership
Year of publication: 
2019

Application Forms for various programs and associated scholarships.

Three scholarships per year valued at $1500 dollars may be awarded to applicants from three aboriginal groups who are enrolled in a technical / trade program with a recognized post- secondary institution.
Bird Heavy Civil Ltd. Aboriginal Scholarship is a program designed to assist and support the indigenous people of Canada with their career development and growth as they attend post secondary education.

First Nations $1500
Inuit $1500
Metis $1500
Total Per Year $4500

Training Programs [Labrador Aboriginal Training partnership, LATP]

Publisher: 
Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership
Year of publication: 
2019

Underground Miner Training

We are accepting applications now from Innu and Nunatsiavut clients for Underground Mine training with intakes starting every few months. Criminal Record checks are mandatory. Please contact Tammy Barry, Ocean Lane, or Ryan Rich if you are interested or download and print the applications below, complete what you can and send to the nearest LATP office.

Underground Safety Training for TRADES

Building a qualified, skilled Aboriginal workforce [Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership, LATP]

Publisher: 
Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership
Year of publication: 
2019

About the LATP
The Labrador Aboriginal Training Partnership (LATP) is a partnership between the three Labrador Aboriginal groups: Innu Nation; Nunatsiavut Government (NG); and NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC). The LATP was officially launched March 8, 2010. We are proud to say that, since then, we have assisted over 2000 Aboriginal clients to explore their career choices and paths, and over 1400 of those clients have been successful in finding employment.

Information Technology [First Nations Financial Management Board, FNFMB]

Publisher: 
First Nations Financial Management Board
Year of publication: 
2019

To make sure that access to the First Nation’s information is managed, Council must create a policy for information systems used by the First Nation that follow the rules and standards below:

Information Management [First Nations Financial Management Board, FNFMB]

Publisher: 
First Nations Financial Management Board
Year of publication: 
2019

Having the proper controls around information management will support Council and the administration in maintaining the required levels of confidentiality and security of data.

Information management involves:

the gathering of information from one or more sources
the sorting and distributing of that information to those who need it
the management of that information through record keeping

Sample Document Retention Periods (DOCX)

Reporting of Remuneration and Expenses [First Nations Financial Management Board, FNFMB]

Publisher: 
First Nations Financial Management Board
Year of publication: 
2019

Reporting to the First Nation on money paid to and money expensed by each Councillor is part of sound governance practices and reinforces Council’s accountability to its members. This report is to be completed yearly.

The FAL requires that Council create a policy on this that includes the steps for:

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