Training Activities

Develop your full potential

Are you an Inuk employee in Nunavik's health and social services network?

Discover the training programs exclusively available to you in the fields of social work, administration and management. All available in Nunavik!

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Management training for Inuit executives

This 30-credit program allows participants to obtain a McGill University Certificate in Health and Social Services Management.

The training is available to Inuit working in the health field who hold or are aiming for management positions, with the recommendation of their immediate managers.

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Social Work

Nunavik Inuliriji Pathway

Eligibility for all programs: working in the field of psychosocial intervention, community services or rehabilitation.

Attestation of College Studies in Helping Relationships

Partner: Cégep Marie-Victorin
Duration: 3 months to 2 years


  • Use communication skills in helping relationships in a workplace focussed on psychosocial intervention.
  • Gather relevant information about a person’s behaviour and how to adjust your intervention to meet the client’s needs while working within a multidisciplinary team.
  • Use communication strategies that promote problem solving, while applying concrete means to protect their well-being.

Diploma of College Studies in Social Services

Partner: Cégep Marie-Victorin
Duration: Minimum of 2 years


  • Help individuals, families, groups, and communities meet their needs, promote and defend their rights, and foster social change to deal with social issues such as poverty, loss of employment, family and conjugal violence, adaptive difficulties, loss of autonomy, isolation, suicide, and substance abuse.
  • Demonstrate a great capacity for autonomy in carrying out interventions.
  • Contribute to the development of resources and services of all types to foster overall social and community development.

Bachelor in Social Work

Partner: McGill University
Duration: 3 to 5 years


  • Develop skills and competencies in social work and think critically about your role as helping professionals.
  • Understand the ethics of social-work practice.
  • Consider effective policy change and implementation in the social-work network.

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Administration and Management

Attestation of College Studies (ACS) in Communications in Administration

Partner: Cégep Marie-Victorin
Eligibility: Working in the administration field
Duration: Minimum of 3 months to 2 years


  • Use professional communication skills.
  • Communicate and interact in a positive way in a business context, according to a client-based approach.
  • Use the main software programs for communication and information purposes.

Attestation of College Studies in Human Resources Supervision

Partner: Cégep Marie-Victorin
Eligibility: Supervising employees
Duration: Minimum of 3months to 2 years


  • Supervise and train work teams.
  • Resolve technical problems linked to the organization of the workplace.
  • Define development objectives based on a sound understanding of the strengths and limitations of the individuals working within the organization.
  • Foster the professional development of individuals and work teams through personnel supervision and training.
  • Supervise your workplace by taking a quality approach.

Health and Social Services Management

Partner: McGill University
Eligibility: Referred by a manager
Duration: Minimum of 2 and a half years


  • Execute effective verbal and written communication strategies in management.
  • Identify, synthesize and analyze information in a coherent and methodical way to advance problem solving and the creation of new information.
  • Understand the relationship between policy and health-care environments.
  • Understand accounting terminology.
  • Engage in collaborative problem-solving and decision-making processes.
  • Understand and demonstrate ongoing-improvement processes such as lean methodology.
  • Develop strategies to engage and build internal and external partnerships.

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Pre-North Training

Orientation training for new non-local employees. For more information :