School of Community Government Training Calendar

Nov
14

Community Airport Management - Norman Wells

Tue, November 14 to Thu, November 23
Course Description:
Ten days in duration, this course is designed to help Senior Administrative Officers, Private Contractors and Community and Band Managers better understand their roles and responsibilities in the supervision of community airports. Topic cover in the course include Airport Regulations,daily inspections, budgeting, monthly invoices ,safety and security, airside vehicle operators permit , radiotelephone operators restricted certificate problem solving, accident / incident reporting, and DOT & Airports Division Service Contracts.

Communications - Online

Tue, November 14 to Tue, January 23
Course Description:
Students will develop skills as a writer and communicator for business purposes. Activities will focus on planning, organizing, composing and revising business messages. Documents will include letters, memos, email and other business messages with an emphasis on clear, concise communications. Students will receive instruction in the applications of Microsoft Office 2010 suite: Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Nov
15

Accounting Cycle I - Yellowknife

Wed, November 15 to Wed, November 22
Course Description:
Community Government staff are introduced to basic bookkeeping and accounting materials. This course also includes basic accounting equation and demonstrates how to maintain double entry accrual accounting records. This course is a prerequisite for Accounting Cycle ll and Keeping Your Accounting Records and Payroll.

Nov
21

Leadership - Online

Tue, November 21 to Tue, January 30
Course Description:
This 8-week online eLearning course is an introduction to leadership. You might have a formal leadership position, or be interested in learning more about leadership in preparation for future career goals. The classroom in this course consists of several people, all working at their own computers, and having conversations using the online discussion forums. You will also come together virtually online in webinars – 2 mandatory and 2 optional.

Dec
4

Solid Waste Management - Inuvik

Mon, December 4 to Tue, December 5
Course Description:
This course is designed for those working in the field of Solid Waste Management but is open to anyone interested in the field. Highlights of the course include: municipal solid waste; solid waste collection; alternatives to solid waste; landfill operations and maintenance; regulatory requirements and occupational health and safety. This course is run in conjunction with the SCG Small Systems Wastewater Treatment Course, which is optional to take

Dec
5

General Financial Practices at the Community Level - Yellowknife

Tue, December 5 to Tue, December 12
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.

Dec
6

Small System Waste Water Treatment - Inuvik

Wed, December 6 to Fri, December 8
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.

Dec
11

Mobile Equipment Maintenance - Hay River

Mon, December 11 to Fri, December 15
Course Description:
This course provides participants who are involved with the maintenance and operations of heavy equipment with an understanding of heavy equipment operations including electronics systems, power train and hydraulic. The key focus is in the area of preventative maintenance. The course is designed for participants who may operate heavy equipment but are not trained mechanics.

Jan
10

Plan Build Maintain - Inuvik

Wed, January 10 to Mon, January 15
Course Description:
This course will focuses on the fundamentals of community infrastructure reviews the roles and responsibilities of key community government staff including Local Government Administrator, Finance Officers and Works Foreman.
Course Note:
This course will be using Videoconference distance delivery from the Yellowknife Training Room

Plan Build Maintain - Yellowknife

Wed, January 10 to Mon, January 15
Course Description:
This course will focuses on the fundamentals of community infrastructure reviews the roles and responsibilities of key community government staff including Local Government Administrator, Finance Officers and Works Foreman.

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