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Posted 15 August 2019, 10:31 am NDT
We are pleased to welcome Mary Martha Ashini back to our staff in the Natuashish office in the Band Council building on the first floor. The phone is not installed yet, but you can reach her through the reception desk at 709-478-5089 or via email mashin@latp.ca
Posted 02 July 2019, 11:51 am NDT
Follow LATP now on Instagram - search for "latp.ca"
Posted 21 May 2019, 12:05 pm NDT
We are pleased to welcome Ocean Lane to the LATP staff. Ocean will work out of Makkovik to serve Nunatsiavut clients who live on the north coast. She is filling in for Janelle who is off on maternity leave. Her office is located in the arena, but her phone is not yet installed.... you can reach Ocean via email olane@latp.ca
Posted 03 December 2018, 9:49 am NST
"Our apologies for not being able to deliver the community information sessions to both Postville and Makkovik on underground mining this fall, unfortunately the weather did not cooperate. We, along with VALE, are still committed to deliver them, and will schedule them for early in the new year. Once a date is confirmed, we will post up notices. On behalf of the LATP staff and board, we want to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Hopefully see you out to the sessions."

Thank-you
Keith Jacque, Executive Director
Posted 12 October 2018, 4:00 pm NDT
LATP will be offering Camp Attendant training over the next few months in Natuashish, Sheshatshiu, and Nunatsiavut. If you are interested and would like to put on the list for this training, let your LATP Career Counsellor know.
Posted 19 March 2018, 9:40 am NDT
We are now accepting funding applications for Fall 2018 intake at registered training institutions. We will be screening applicants soon. 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.
Posted 04 October 2017, 11:40 am NDT
The LATP will be selecting 6 participants for this new pilot course at CNA. Participants will explore 4 trades and complete enough academic programming to allow them to enter 28 of the 32 trades trainings available at the college. Must have completed Grade 9 but NOT completed Grade 12 or ABE Level 3. Contact the LATP today to apply for support.
Posted 14 February 2017, 6:20 pm NST
You can now complete the labour force survey online in order to be included in our database and Workforce Directory. Check it out HERE http://www.latp.ca/home/labour-force-database.htm
Posted 01 November 2016, 1:55 pm NDT
If you are a Labrador Aboriginal person, interested in upcoming employment opportunities at Voisey's Bay, please send your updated resume to the LATP so we can include you in our data base. We will share your contact information with contractors as they are awarded work with the Vale project as well as other businesses seeking workers. Email your resume to ADMINISTRATION or fax 896-3506. Please identify your aboriginal group so we can verify with the membership offices. For more information call 896-3500.

If you need assistance preparing your resume, please contact one of our career counsellors (Ryan Rich - Sheshatshiu, Boyce Turnbull - Charlottetown, Lavinia Jararuse - Nain, Tammy Barry - Happy Valley-Goose Bay)
Posted 19 July 2014, 7:26 am NDT
LATP training programs resumed in March 2014 with our first group of Rebar workers. Of the 19 graduates of this program, 16 have been hired by AGF at Muskrat Falls. All 13 graduates of our Tower Steel Assembler program have been hired by Vallard and are helping build the transmission towers. Many of the 13 graduates from our spring offering of Construction Craft, are already employed. We have just completed the second offering of Construction Craft that included 16 students from Nain and Hopedale. Our 20 Commercial Truck Drivers will graduate today. A second Rebar training with 20 students will finish in August and our Scaffolding program with 15 students will end in September. More training is planned for delivery over the next few months and we look forward to assisting our learners as they transition into employment.
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