This research project, aimed at finding out how the Training Policy Committee can best support Yukon First Nations, is nearly complete! We’ll be back out to communities this fall to share the results. Check back soon to see preliminary results.
TPC Literature Review 2016 (5174 KB)
It is our mission at the Training Policy Committee (TPC) to assist Yukon First Nation People to obtain training that will help them implement their land claims and self-governing agreements and fully participate in the economic opportunities arising from their implementation.
We do this by providing expertise, funding and support, and by promoting training initiatives and approaches that meet Yukon First Nations’ needs. Our work is anchored in tradition and culture, built on innovation, and informed by strong connections with Yukon First Nations.
Training doesn’t just happen in school, in sport, or on the job… Rather than seeing training as an individual life event, we at the TPC see it as parts of a trail, continually being blazed. Each training project we support clears one more section, making it easier to reach our final destination: self-determinacy for Yukon First Nations!
Please contact Simon Fraser University (SFU) for dates! SFU's Non-Profit Management Certificate is the first program of its kind in Canada. It offers a fresh approach to non-profit manage..
01-Sep-2016 to 01-Sep-2018
This program is made up of 5 modules, each 3 days in length. Modules include: Accountability and Change, Leadership and Strategy, Oversight and Finance, Communication and Social Responsibi..
20-Oct-2016 to 27-May-2017
Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) Geo-mapping for Energy and Minerals (GEM) The GEM program conducts field studies and office based analysis in order to update public geological maps and knowledge..
05-Jan-2017 to 30-Apr-2017