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Business Plan 2009-2010 Business Plan 2010-2011 Business Plan 2011-2012

Business Plan Precis 2011-12

Travel and Hospitality Procedure
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Northern College Aboriginal Council on Education (NCACE)
Council Logo Northern College's vision is success for our northern communities through learning and partnerships. Our mission is to work with all of our communities to ensure quality, accessible education through innovative programs, services and partnerships.

Northern College:

  • recognizes the rights of Aboriginal employees, students, clients and communities to practice their culture and to work and live as Aboriginal people
  • acknowledges and respects the uniqueness of each of the Aboriginal communities served by the College including the differences that flow from traditional economies, as well as economic prospects for the future; the practice of spiritual beliefs; language spoken in the home, classroom and workplace; social issues; and aspirations for the future
  • acknowledges and respects the unique world view of the Aboriginal communities it serves and their corresponding holistic view of education

The Northern College Aboriginal Council on Education (NCACE) acts as a voice for the Aboriginal community and a leader in ensuring that the education needs of the Aboriginal community are identified, addressed, evaluated, and assessed.

The Council's mission, mandate, and objectives are outlined in the NCACE Terms of Reference. (pdf -- 155KB)
 

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