Browse links to organizations and institutions that offer training, workshops and other skills development opportunities in Newfoundland and Labrador.
AFOA sets the standards for Aboriginal financial management. They hold an annual national conference, and offer a series of on-line professional development courses.
The purpose of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners is to support philanthropy by fostering the development and growth of gift planning. The Association creates awareness, provides education and is an advocate of charitable giving.
Safety Services Newfoundland Labrador is a voluntary non-profit, non-governmental organization dedicated to the prevention of injuries and fatalities.
Executive Media Training offered by Cathy Dornan Public Affairs is aimed at senior leaders who are preparing to be a potential spokesperson for their organization. Each media training session is tailored to the goals of your organization taking into consideration any specific issues or opportunities on the horizon.
The Certificate Program in Regional Policy and Development is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and skills required to effectively work in the sector.
E-learning modules and courses specific to nonprofits such as fundraising, budgeting, strategic planning, proposal writing and more.
We offer nearly 100 full-time program offerings and more than 300 part-time courses for some 20,000 students each year.
Staff at each CAP Site provides helpful assistance and guidance, as clients seek opportunities for growth in the comfort of their own community.
Goal of the workshops is to help users navigate the Community Accounts website and quickly find information and data of interest. The sessions are recommended for all individuals with or without computer experience who are interested in community and regional information.
Community Mediation Services offers a broad range of courses on various skills related to conflict resolution; Interpersonal Conflict Resolution, Mediation Skills Level 1 and 2, Conflict Coaching, Dealing with Anger in Conflict, Diversity and Conflict.
Since 1993, the Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador's Green Team Program has provided financial support and guidance to community based projects that have involved the enhancement, restoration, and sustainable development of our natural and cultural resources.
Offers workshops and classes to inexperienced and professional artists to explore their pottery, sculpting and other artistic skills.
Services are designed to help individuals, caregivers, communities and organizations prevent and cope with unfortunate and distressing events through a variety of public workshops, training and webinars. Certificates awarded on completion of the workshop.
All private training institutions offering courses of 50 or more instructional hours are required by law to be registered by the Department of Education. Presently, there are a large number of institutions offering a wide variety of programs both on a user-pay and sponsored basis.
Community Capacity Building (CCB) is a process whereby local partners add value to communities. It is about developing the capacity of communities to respond to their own challenges and opportunities.
Training and workshops involving child care and personal development for parents and Child Care professionals are offered through Family and Child Care Connections in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Fire and Emergency Services – Newfoundland and Labrador offers several Emergency Management courses that are available to Municipal representatives, first responders and volunteers, who could be involved in emergency planning in your community.
Workshops and training offered on second languages, first aid, and topics of your choosing while assisting with the cost of childcare.
Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador offers a wide range of training and education products and services specifically designed for tourism organizations. By offering resources, such as industry standards information and labour initiatives, HNL hopes to foster the growth of our members, as well as the industry itself.
The aim of HRPNL is to assist HR practitioners in meeting the challenges of today's work environment by providing opportunities to increase their personal and professional competence and knowledge
Our training is available across Ontario OR right at your own computer...
IABC is an international network of communications professionals. Our goal is to promote excellence in communications by offering opportunities for networking, expanding knowledge, and ensuring quality through ethics and accreditation.
Training and workshops such as Employment Programs, C-STEP Program, Youth Service Program, Pardons, etc. are offered with the John Howard Society.
Offer unique programs allowing students to experience and understand business, gaining financial responsibility, making confident decisions and becoming innovators. Across Canada, Junior Achievement offers eight national programs delivered to more than 230,000 youth in elementary, middle and secondary classrooms
Workshops and training such as resume writing, winning interview workshops, and training on targeted wage subsidy are offered at the Labrador Friendship Centre.
We are unique among Canadian universities in that we offer online and distance education, media, design and production capabilities and teaching and learning support all under one roof.
The MTDC devoted to the education and the provision of training for elected and non-elected municipal officials in order to ensure excellence in municipal administration.
NALD provides information free of charge, levelling the playing field for learners and practitioners.
Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Fire Services offers training regarding fire fighting such as Defensive Firefighting training and others relating to the field.
The Newfoundland & Labrador Employers' Council provides advocacy, communication and training for its members in matters that affect the employment relationship.
Offers training and workshops based around environmental protection and conservation including topics such as climate change.
NLOWE plays a lead role in assisting women entrepreneurs develop and grow successful, leading edge businesses that capitalize on emerging economic development opportunities in the province.
Presentations provide an overview of the NL Sexual Assault Crisis and Prevention Centre and covers topics such as sexual violence and the laws surrounding it, dispelling myths, etc. Book an appointment for your school, community centre, or workplace!
Workshops offered through Planned Parenthood concern sexual health issues that are cost effective, and can even be tailored to your specifications.
Ideal for recreation facility managers, parks and recreation staff/volunteers and others who work with playground related programs. Training offers a comprehensive introduction to playground safety for participants and deals with the safety issues and standards related to public playgrounds.
All levels of CPR and First Aid courses including Advanced First Aid / Emergency Medical Responder and workplace safety courses to meet your needs at work, home and play.
St. John Ambulance not only trains Canadians to be first aid safe, it also provides first aid kits for emergencies. St. John Ambulance has more than 150 of Canada’s most comprehensive, state-of-the-art first aid training programs for businesses, communities and individuals.
Our Workshop Series provides you with direct access to Statistics Canada's extensive survey methodology and analysis experience. From designing surveys to interpreting and using statistical data in your day-to-day business, we have the course to suit your needs.
The centre has a threefold purpose: to broadly disseminate knowledge gathered through research and practical experience; to help communities increase their power through learning; and to generate knowledge about community engagement so as to advance the field.
TechSoup.org's how-to articles, worksheets, and product comparisons are written for all levels of technical expertise and all sizes of nonprofit and social benefit organizations.
Workshops involve creating artist statements, artwork documentation and submission packages for public galleries, artist-run centres and commercial dealers, in-depth advice on developing applications for various funding sources, etc. Bring a project description to be work shopped.
Serving over 17,000 employers and approximately 12,000 injured workers, the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission is an employer-funded no fault insurance system that promotes safe and healthy workplaces, provides return-to-work programs and fair compensation to injured workers and their dependants.
The Workplace Skills Enhancement Program (WSEP) helps small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in strategic sectors acquire and/or up-skill employees to enhance productivity and global competitiveness, and support their retention and expansion strategies.