Application Process

Application for Training

  1. Complete application form and sign
  2. Complete reading and literacy assessment – available from Community Agency, such as the Hunters and Trappers Associations, Nunavut Arctic College, Economic Development Officer, Community Liaison Officer, Government Liaison Officer
  3. Criminal Record check
  4. Identification – birth certificate, GN-government-issued ID, driver’s license, NTI card, health card – any other photo identification
  5. Deadline to receive documents 3 weeks before the start of the course.
  6. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt and any missing documentation will be requested.
  7. All applications must have all documentation in order to be considered on a first priority basis.
  8. Once the applications have been reviewed and all documentation is with the application, a list of potential students will be prepared.
  9. All potential students will be interviewed, either by phone or in person.
  10. Students will be chosen  based on the following:
    • Complete application form
    • Reading assessment – completed and score
    • Criminal record check
    • Identification documents provided
    • Interview
  11. Students will be notified at least one week before the beginning of the course that they have been accepted.

Nunavut Fisheries Training Consortium P.O. Box 1349 Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0