Coping with FIFO (Fly-In:Fly-Out)
Coping with Fly-In Fly-Out (FIFO) program was designed to address the FIFO lifestyle and coping mechanisms of spouses at home in the community while the mine working spouse is away (to allow the couples to evaluate their current relationship status in reference to: Values and Attitudes • Communication• Extreme Behaviors • Boundaries• Jealousy • Money Management)
The goal for FIFO is to provide counselling support of the mining families, including the spouses and families at home within the communities, as well as creating a mine family network within the Kivalliq region.
Persons with Disabilities
KMTS has a mandate to support persons with disabilities to find work or return to school. KMTS is working with the Nunavut Disabilities’ Society to find people who self-identify with having a disability. KMTS has funding to provide disabilities supports either to employers or to persons with disabilities so that they can access employment or return to school.
Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply to any one of our programs.