Training Programs
Camp attendant Training
Please see upcoming training in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. This training will take place in other communities and will be posted at a later date.
Camp attendant training (larger version)
Safety Bundle (larger version)
Safety Certification
Safety Training Application HERE

LATP can support the following certifications:
  • Back Injury Prevention
  • Fall Protection
  • Overhead Powerline Hazard
  • Standard First Aid
  • Transportation Dangerous Goods(Ground)
Underground Mining Common Core training
Hard Rock Underground Common Core Training (larger version)
Simulator training
Simulator Training (larger version)
Welding Class Graduation 2021 (larger version)
LATP would like to congratulate some of our recent graduates who have been awarded scholarships:

Todd Ford recipient of
Hebron Project Skilled Trades Apprenticeship Bursary Program for Women & Indigenous Students
and the Princess Auto Foundation Industrial Trades Bursary

Sophia Lampe recipient of
Canadian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy Entrance Scholarship

Josh Blake recipient of
Rose, Russell, and Sainsbury Memorial Award

Jobe Flowers recipient of
NAPE 2101 – Randy Scott Rose Memorial Scholarship

Bethany Best recipient of
Molloy Family Award
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.
Mining Exposure Training
Mining Exposure Training (larger version)