Municipal and Community Affairs (MACA), School of Community Government (SCG), provides an integrated approach to community government capacity building. The School coordinates a system of training and development, tools and resources for community governments, their staff and stakeholder organizations.
Training is available in:
- Community Management;
- Community Finances;
- Recreation Leadership;
- Recreation Facility Operations;
- Youth Resiliency;
- Water and Waste Management;
- Community Infrasctructure Maintenance;
- Community Airports;
- Public Safety;
- First Responder;
- Community Firefighter;
- Municipal Governance, and
- First Nation Governance.
Visit the School of Community Government website for information on programs and courses, registration, and tools and resources.
Click here for the SCG 2018-2019 Training Calendar. (Updated August 29, 2018)
About the School
Through a partnership approach, the School of Community Government assesses community needs; develops occupational standards; establishes training plans; coordinates the delivery of training; provides respected certification; and achieves community capacity building results.
The goals of the School of Community Government include enhancing the capacity of community governments through governance training; enhancing the competencies of community government staff by providing training and development opportunities that meet occupational standards; training Northerners for community government positions; and assisting local staff with the training required to advance to more senior level community government positions.