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About LATP Funding
Who can apply for LATP funding?
Both women and men who are members of the Innu Nation, Nunatsiavut Government beneficiaries and NunatuKavut Community Council members, and who wish to engage in training for employment in resource based industry as well as positions within the communities, are eligible to apply for assistance.

What does funding cover?
All training programs have been selected because of their relevance to the Vale underground expansion. If you are selected for support, the funding through LATP will assist Aboriginal individuals in covering the costs of:
Child care
Living allowance
Materials required for learning
Tuition
Tutoring
Travel allowances associated with training away from home

We Can Help in Other Ways!
Please ask one of our Career Counsellors if you require other assistance such as:
Access to computer and fax
Accessing photo ID for your medical
Helping you practice employment interview skills
Preparing or updating your resumes
Referrals to other support agencies

How can you apply?
There are a number of options for those interested in applying for LATP training. Individuals can either apply:
Directly through the LATP office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Downloading the forms below, completed the forms and sending them to our office.
Through LATP satellite offices in Charlottetown, Nain and Sheshatshiu

Download the application and consent forms here Safety Training Application . Please print, complete and return to the closest LATP office so we can review the information. One of our Career Counsellors will contact you for more information.
 
Upcoming Programs
 
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Safety Training
Safety Training Application

• Back Injury Prevention
• Emergency or Standard First Aid
• Fall Protection
• Powerline Hazards
• Transportation of Dangerous Goods
• WHMIS

To qualify you must:

• be a member of one of the 3 Indigenous groups
• be unemployed/underemployed (i.e.: working minimum wage; part time work)
• complete an LATP application

To inquire, please contact 896-3500 and follow the directory to speak to the counsellor for your Indigenous group; or email admin@latp.ca
 
Expression of Interest
 
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Expression of Interest (larger version)
 
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List of LATP Eligible Training Programs (larger version)
Accepting Applications for Post Secondary funding assistance
We are now accepting funding applications for Fall 2024 intake at registered training institutions. Many trades will be eligible for support. If you have been accepted to the school, please be prepared to provide a copy of your acceptance letter. To download an application you can visit our website at www.LATP.ca or contact LATP by email:
Apply Here: LATP Funding application (post Secondary)

Bturnbull@Latp.ca (NunatuKavut)
lroberts@latp.ca (NunatuKavut)
npoker@latp.ca (Innu)
vrich@latp.ca (Innu-Natuashish)
tbarry@latp.ca (Nunatsiavut)
lblake@latp.ca (Nunatsiavut-Nain)
gabel@latp.ca (Nunatsiavut-North Coast except Nain)
or call 896-3500 and use directory to speak to a counsellor.