School of Community Government Training Calendar

Aug
23

Small System Waste Water Treatment - Inuvik

Wed, August 23 to Fri, August 25
Course Description:
This course is designed to assist the operator with the operation and maintenance of small wastewater collection and lagoon systems. This course is run in conjunction with the School of Community Government Solid Waste Management Course, which is optional to take.

Sep
11

Maintenance Skills I - Inuvik

Mon, September 11 to Fri, September 15
Course Description:
This course will provide basic instruction in the area (s) of Carpentry, Painting and Drywall.

Class I Water Treatment - Hay River

Mon, September 11 to Sat, September 16
Course Description:
The course is designed to ensure that the student is knowledgeable in the following areas of Water and Water Treatment: Micro-Biological Characteristics of Water, Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Water, Coagulation and Flocculation, Jar Tests, Sedimentation, Water Filtration, Iron and Manganese Control, Chlorination, Sampling, Records, Safety, Security. This course is designed to assist Water Plant Operator with the operation and maintenance of a Class I water treatment system.

Sep
25

Personal Management Skills - Fort Simpson

Mon, September 25 to Fri, September 29
Course Description:
This course offers students an opportunity to develop the personal management skills necessary for greater career and personal success required in their work, academic and social environment. Students will develop skills in communication, problem solving, decision-making, self-awareness, self-esteem, assertiveness, professionalism, personal and financial planning, time management, and goal setting.

Sep
26

Curling Operations Level I - Fort Smith

Tue, September 26 to Thu, September 28
Course Description:
This course consists of instruction and practical sessions in the making, marking, painting and maintenance of curling ice surfaces. Students will learn what makes a good sheet of curling ice, how to operate curling ice maintenance equipment and perform key ice maintenance tasks

Oct
2

Small System Water Treatment - Yellowknife

Mon, October 2 to Sat, October 7
Course Description:
The Small Systems course is designed to ensure that the student is knowledgeable in the following areas of Water and Water Treatment: Sources of Water, Characteristics of Water, Purpose of Chlorine, How Chlorine Works, How to Test the Chlorine Residual, Inspecting and Maintaining Pumps, Safety, Operations and Maintenance Procedures, Record Keeping and Water License Requirements. This course is designed to assist Water Plant Operator with the operation and maintenance of a small water treatment system.

Heating and Ventilation - Norman Wells

Mon, October 2 to Fri, October 6
Course Description:
This course offers detailed instruction and practical sessions on the operations and maintenance of heating and air ventilation systems. The course will focus on hot water heating systems operations and maintenance, oil burning equipment, air ventilation and boiler controls. Modules within the course include; electricity, heat transfer, controls and valves, pumps, air ventilation and oil burner maintenance. Forced air heating systems will be also covered.

Oct
3

Arena Level I and ll - Behchokǫ̀

Tue, October 3 to Sun, October 8
Course Description:
This workshop consists of instruction and practical sessions in the making, marking, painting and maintenance of artificial and natural ice surfaces. Basic refrigeration theory if students are working in facilities with artificial ice is also a course component.

Oct
12

General Financial Practices at the Community Level - Norman Wells

Thu, October 12 to Thu, October 19
Course Description:
Provides information on the general roles, responsibilities and skills sets of a financial manager. How financial managers make decisions to generate funds, manage assets, and accounting processes, report on financial activities, and ensure that assets are protected.

Oct
24

Custodial Care - Hay River

Tue, October 24 to Wed, October 25
Course Description:
A clean facility is a facility to be proud of. This course covers what must be cleaned (soils, stains and micro-organisms), what must be used to remove each, how to buy only what you need, how to keep track of supplies, how to store supplies safely, and how to put a preventative maintenance program into place. Participants will become familiar with various types of flooring, cleaning equipment and supplies, and learn about specific procedures for cleaning floors, walls, ceiling and fixtures

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