Nuna Training Technologies Ltd.


Nuna Training Technologies' vision is to be the premier supplier of mobile, cost effective, sustainable heavy equipment training which will benefit your local workforce. We address the cultural and environmental sensitivities of working in Northern Canada and enable the execution of value added projects in the impacted community.


Nuna Training Technologies' mission is to provide a unique and sustainable training opportunity to Canada's northern workforce by utilizing classroom, simulator and "in the seat" field training methodologies.


Nuna Training Technologies' focus is to deliver training programs in or near the impacted area and to provide a setting that is familiar to the people and culture of the area while reducing costs and increasing training retention and sustainability.


Nuna Training Technologies' scope provides specific training which addresses cultural, industrial and economic needs of an impact area. Training is specific to the construction and mining industries for residents of the impact area and focuses on requirements governed by legislation, Acts and best practice for industry.

NTT Profile

The value of partnerships in any training initiative will be the core element for success. Various levels of participation are required by the impact community, government, First Nations and industry partners. Nuna Training Technologies is recognized across Canada by several mining companies. Nuna Training Technologies has worked for, and in partnership with, all levels of government, institutes, community and Aboriginal/First Nation groups.

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Nuna Training Technologies Ltd. (NTT), a subsidiary of Nuna Logistics Limited, is 100% Canadian owned and operated providing full service simulator and field based training as well as a full range of field training options including program development and contract training.

Nuna Logistics Limited is a 51% Inuit Owned company. The Inuit ownership previously comprised Kitikmeot Corporation and Nunasi Corporation. In July 2016, Kitikmeot Corporation acquired 100% of Nunasi Corporation’s shares in Nuna Logistics Limited – making Nuna 51% owned by Kitikmeot Corporation.