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Pools Level I: This two day course includes Instruction and practical sessions in swimming pool operations; topics include water circulation/filtration, disinfections and water balancing.
This 20 hour course is designed for departments to deliver in-house instruction based on their custom training program. This is the first offering of this new and exciting course as a part of the new NWT Fire Training Program through the College of the Rockies. Maximum 12 participants.
This course is designed for contractors, community government and GNWT employees responsible for the maintenance community airport facilities. This course is a component of the Community Airports Training Program within the School of Community Government. Highlights of Summer Maintenance Course:
This course includes training in the areas of: Budgeting for recreation programs, events and facilities, accounting practices and fundraising management. For more information please contact Mike Yakabuski at 867-920-6167 or email@example.com
After taking this course you will be certified to offer a two day flat-water canoe skills certification. You will learn to teach basic paddling strokes, manoeuvres, rescues, canoe safety, lifts and carries. Monday June 10th from 7PM - 9PMTuesday June 11th from 9AM - 5PMWednesday June 12th from 9AM - 5PMThursday June 13th from 9AM - 5PM; 7PM - 9PM
The Community Land Use Planning course will provide the knowledge and skills in the area of planning, the procedures and documents that are integral to this process. Topics include:
Accounting Cycle – Level I is one of ten specialized courses required for Community Finance Officers/Comptrollers or Assistant Housing Managers enrolled in the Community Finance Program.
This intensive, one-day workshop is designed for administrative personnel who are seeking practical, proven methods to perform at their peak, and fulfill their greatest potential. Learn essential skills, necessary to undertaking important responsibilities and creating a winning strategy, that will bring about positive results for you, your manager and your organization.
In partnership with Paragon Strategic Services (Tracey Lorenson) and Jan Enns Communications, the Local Government Management Association of British Columbia (LGMA) and the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) are pleased to offer this two-hour one-day webinar which runs from 11:00AM - 1:00PM Mountain Time. Presenter: Jan Enns, Jan Enns Communications
This course offers Practical instruction in play space planning, design considerations, material selection and safety. For more information please contact Mike Yakabuski at 867-920-6167 or firstname.lastname@example.org
LGANT will be attending the 43rd annual Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) conference and trade show in Victoria, BC from May 27 - 29, 2013. This year's theme is "Leadership Excellence".
The Mackenzie Valley, Gwich’in, Sahtu, and Wek’eezhii Land and Water Boards are pleased to announce the release of several important new policy and guideline documents.
The new policies and guidelines will become effective June 1, 2013, and are available at www.mvlwb.com.
LGANT will have a booth set up at the 5th Annual YKDFN Career Fair at the Chief Drygeese Conference Centre in Dettah on May 16, 2013 from 10AM - 3PM.