Inuit PathwaysPromoting new skills
Developing a skilled and experienced workforce, as well as opportunities for small businesses, is an important part of any government’s commitment to its people, and our Inuit Pathways program is designed with such things in mind.
The Department of Education and Economic Development administers the Inuit Pathways program. Inuit Pathways was created through an agreement with Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) to implement the federal government’s Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) in Nunatsiavut. The program supports labour market training and business development for Labrador Inuit.
Inuit Pathways is available to all Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement who are Canadian citizens.
Applications and Guides
- Application for Skills Development Funding
- Summer Work Program Guide
- Skills Development Program Guide.InuktitutVersion
- Job Start Support Application
- Job Start Supports Program Guide
- Job Start Supports Program GuideInuktitutVersion
- Mobility Application
- Mobility Assistance Program Guide
- Mobility Assistance Program Guide.InuktitutVersion
- Self Employment Benefit Application
- Self Employment Benefit Program Guide
- Self Employment Benefit Program Guide.InuktitutVersion
- Summer Work Application
- Summer Work Guide
- Summer Work Guide.InuktitutVersion
- Work Experience Program Application
- Work Experience Program Guide
- Work Experience Program Guide.InuktitutVersion
Application Process and Deadlines
The Inuit Pathways deadline is March 1, but applications for courses or programs of one week to a few months in length may be considered throughout the year.
Applications are available at Nunatsiavut Government offices as well as at Inuit Pathways.
For more information about Inuit Pathways, contact:
P.O. Box 116
Makkovik, NL A0P 1J0
Fax: (709) 923-2347