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  1. Who administers the apprenticeship program?
    The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency administers the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Program.
  2. What is apprenticeship/apprenticeship training system?
    Apprenticeship is an agreement between an apprentice and an employer that combines on-the-job experience with technical training. Apprentices who complete all work and technical training requirements, receive competence verification by a qualified tradesperson and successfully pass the Interprovincial Red Seal Exam are awarded a Certificate of Apprenticeship and a Certificate of Qualification and become certified journeypersons in a trade.
  3. What is an apprenticeship agreement?
    An apprenticeship agreement is a document signed by the employer, sponsor or joint apprenticeship training committee and the apprentice outlining the roles and responsibilities of both parties to the term of apprenticeship. The agreement is registered with the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency.
  4. What is an apprentice?
    An apprentice is someone learning their trade on the job, under the supervision and mentorship of a certified journeyperson, with periods of technical training, in an apprenticeable trade and registered as an apprentice with the Government of Nova Scotia.
  5. What is a youth apprentice?
    A youth apprentice is from 16 to 19 years of age and works part or full time in one of Nova Scotia's designated trades. For more details about youth apprenticeship, contact the Agency's Youth Apprenticeship Coordinator.
  6. How long is an apprenticeship?
    The Apprenticeship program recognizes 2,000 hours as one year of training (in most trades). In addition to the technical training and skill development requirements of an apprenticeship training program, each designated trade has a specific number of hours which must be completed in order to qualify to write the certification exam. The number of hours required in each designated trade is determined by industry and incorporated into a set of Trade Regulations. Generally, the time requirement to complete an apprenticeship training program is three to four years (6,000 to 8,000 hours) with the average apprenticeship lasting approximately four years.
  7. What is a journeyperson?
    A journeyperson is someone who has acquired the knowledge and skills in a trade and has been issued a Certificate of Qualification as attested to by a provincial or territorial authority.
  8. What is the trade qualification program?
    The trade qualification program is an avenue through which an individual may obtain certification in Nova Scotia. An individual may apply through this program if they have significant experience working hands-on in one of Nova Scotia's designated trades and can prove that their skills and work experience meet the standards set for a certified skilled tradesperson in this province. If an individual applies, they need letters of reference from two qualified trades people, as well as letters from employers proving they have completed the required number of hours of hands-on work in the trade. The required number of hours governing each trade are specified in the relevant trade regulations. If approved, an individual is eligible to write the Red Seal Exam. For additional information, contact the Training Consultant for your trade/region.
  9. What is a designated trade?
    A designated trade is one which is regulated by the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship and Trades Qualifications Act and General Regulations. This Act provides for formal training and the issuance of Certificates of Qualification for trades that have been designated. Certification in a designated trade demonstrates proof of a person's qualifications to work in a specific trade to a provincial or a national standard. Designated trades in Nova Scotia.
  10. What is a compulsory certified trade?

    Several trades are compulsory certified under our legislation (the Apprenticeship and Trades Qualifications Act) and are identified on the list of trades by a yellow dot . This means there is a legal requirement to be certified or registered as an apprentice with the Agency.

    Some trades are compulsory certified under another regulatory authority and are identified on the list of trades by a green dot . Their licensing or certification requirements must be complied with.

    Most trades are NOT compulsory certified.

  11. What is a temporary permit?
    A temporary permit allows an individual to work in a compulsory certified trade for a specific period of time (not exceeding three months). A temporary permit may be issued to a potential apprentice serving a probationary period, a student enrolled in a training institution, an internationally trained worker or a trade qualifier who has made application to challenge the Red Seal Exam.
  12. What is a Certificate of Apprenticeship?
    A Certificate of Apprenticeship is issued to an apprentice who has successfully completed a formalized apprenticeship training program.
  13. What is a Certificate of Qualification?
    A Certificate of Qualification is a document issued to a person who has met the provisions of the Apprenticeship and Trades Qualifications Act and General Regulations, by writing and passing a certification exam for a designated trade. The Certificate of Qualification, along with an identification card, confirms the person has demonstrated his or her competence in a specific trade and has met all of the requirements for certification.
  14. I am a journeyperson. What do I do when my photo ID card expires?
    • If you work in a non-compulsory-certified trade (such as Welder, Industrial Mechanic (Millwright), etc.), please submit and complete the REPLACEMENT Form.
    • If you are a Blaster, or you work in a compulsory-certified trade (such as AST, Construction Electrician, etc.), please complete and submit the RENEWAL Form.
  15. What are the fees?
    For information about fees, click here.
  16. What is the Red Seal Program?
    The Red Seal Program was established to provide skilled workers with greater mobility across Canada. Through the program, both apprentices who have completed their training and certified journeypersons are able to obtain a Red Seal endorsement on their Certificate of Qualification by successfully completing, where applicable, an Interprovincial Red Seal Exam (IP Exam). Individuals who obtain the Red Seal endorsement can work anywhere in Canada without further training or examination. Red Seal website.
  17. What is an Industry Training Consultant?
    An Industry Training Consultant is assigned to work with apprentices and their employers to identify learning needs and monitor training throughout an apprenticeship program. Consultants are also available to counsel skilled tradespersons to assist them in the process of achieving trade certification.
  18. What are the requirements for working in the blasting trade in Nova Scotia?
    Blasting activities are provincially regulated by the Department of Labour and Advanced Education. Please click here for information about blasting requirements, regulations, training and frequently asked questions.
  19. I would like to immigrate to Nova Scotia. What do I need to do?
    For information about immigrating to Nova Scotia, click here.
Apprentice FAQs Apprentice FAQs
  1. How do I qualify for apprenticeship?
    To qualify for apprenticeship training you must find an employer who is able and willing to train you in a designated trade through a formal apprenticeship program. You should also have successfully completed grade 12 or an acceptable equivalent of education and experience.
  2. How do I become an apprentice?
    An apprentice is someone who is employed and working in a trade under the supervision and direction of a certified journeyperson. To become an apprentice, you will sign an apprenticeship agreement with your employer which outlines both your responsibilities.
  3. What will I gain by becoming an apprentice?
    Despite the overwhelming opportunities, many individuals do not realize the potential of a career in the skilled trades. These jobs are now highly technical, competitive and profitable - requiring a great deal of training and experience. As an apprentice, you will gain this experience and earn a good wage at the same time. Benefits of apprenticeship training.
  4. What wages are apprentices paid?
    Generally, in any given trade, apprentices earn 40 to 90 percent of the current journeyperson wage. In most cases, an apprentice's wage increases as each stage of the program is successfully completed.
  5. Can any employer register me as an apprentice?
    No, the Training Consultant assesses the employer and the workplace to determine if the appropriate on-the-job training can be accomplished.
  6. Can I change employers while I am a registered apprentice?
    Yes, as long as you and your new employer notify the Agency so the apprenticeship agreement can be transferred.
  7. Can I receive credit towards my apprenticeship program based on previous work experience in the trade?
    Yes, provided it is documented. The Training Consultant works with you and your employer to determine prior learning or work experience credits.
  8. What is on-the-job (workplace) training?
    Employers deliver the on-the-job portion of apprenticeship training. Apprentices spend time working on the job site learning the skills of a trade under the supervision of a journeyperson.
  9. What is an apprentice logbook?
    An apprentice logbook is issued to registered apprentices and registered youth apprentices in which acquired skills, knowledge and time worked in a trade are recorded.
  10. What is technical (in-school) training?

    Training providers are contracted by the Agency to deliver the technical (in-school) training portion of the apprenticeship program. The primary deliverer of apprenticeship technical training is the Nova Scotia Community College. Most technical training is provided in a classroom setting, with emphasis placed on teaching the theory component of a trade. Apprentices are released by their employers to attend industry-approved technical training. The training time for most trades is five to eight weeks per year.

    Apprentices who participate in technical training may be eligible to access employment insurance benefits through Service Canada. They may also be eligible for training support allowances/additional financial assistance through Employment Nova Scotia.

  11. Can I receive advanced credit towards my apprenticeship program based on completion of a pre-apprenticeship trades-related program?
    Yes. Colleges and high schools offer various occupational training programs and courses that may be credited towards your apprenticeship program. These programs/courses may also provide you with greater opportunities to find employment. To ensure you receive full credit for approved pre-apprenticeship training, you must register as an apprentice within two years of your graduation.
  12. Can I access technical training online?

    For some trades, yes. NSCC's Virtual Campus provides apprentices the opportunity to access their training through the internet. Apprentices can access training from home, work or wherever an internet connection is available in the community. Training is offered in a course-based format.

    For a complete listing of the training available online, visit NSCC Online Learning.

  13. What does technical training cost?
    There is no fee for apprenticeship technical training, which is provided at several locations throughout Nova Scotia. Please note that clients are required to pay for text books and necessary classroom materials.
  14. What financial assistance is available to apprentices?
    There is a wide range of supports available to assist apprentices. Please click here for more information.
  15. Will another province recognize my apprenticeship training?
    For individuals who have registered as apprentices in their home province before moving to another province, there are mechanisms for credit and recognition built into the system. For individuals who have not registered in their home province prior to moving, the process is not as well defined. Supporting documentation (transcripts, employer letters, etc) will help with the assessment process.
Employers | Industry FAQs Employers | Industry FAQs
  1. Why should employers support apprenticeship?
    Involvement in apprenticeship helps to ensure a supply of skilled workers which serves as an investment in the future. Being a part of the apprenticeship program can help employers to attract and develop more competent and educated employees capable of advancing to more responsible positions. An employers participation in apprenticeship also helps to ensure that training standards are met and that these standards are improved. The cost of staff training to the employer is reduced and employee turnover decreases.
  2. What are the employer's responsibilities in an apprenticeship program?
    Please click here for details about roles and responsibilities.
  3. Why hire certified journeypersons?
    Certified journeypersons are highly trained and qualified. With such competent individuals, the employer may be assured of increased product quality, enhanced customer satisfaction and a distinct advantage over companies with non-skilled or lesser-skilled employees. If your company's trade is compulsory certified, the law requires you to register your apprentices and hire only certified journeypersons.
  4. What is ratio?
    Ratio is the number of qualified/certified journeypersons an employer must employ in a designated trade in order to be eligible to register an apprentice. Ratio varies by trade and is specified in the Nova Scotia trade-specific regulations. In many trades, a ratio of one apprentice to one journeyperson is used. This is to ensure that the employer has enough capacity to properly train an apprentice. In specific cases, an employer in Nova Scotia may apply for an exemption to this ratio.
  5. What financial assistance is available to those who participate in apprenticeship training?
    There is a wide range of supports available to assist those who participate in apprenticeship training. Please click here for more information.
  6. I am part of an employer/industry group interested in having a trade designated or specified as compulsory. What information do I need?
    A representative of a group or association within a trade may apply through the provincial Apprenticeship Board to designate a trade under the Apprenticeship and Trades Qualifications Act. The applicant needs to contact the Board Administrator within the Agency to receive the application form. Please click here for more information.
  7. I am already participating in the apprenticeship program. How can I get more involved?
    To participate on the provincial Apprenticeship Board or with Board-related activities (e.g., trade regulations), email the Board Administrator.

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Bridgewater Office (Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne)

  • (902) 543-0649; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 543-0648
  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, 270 Logan Rd, PO Box 3500, Bridgewater, NS B4V 3V3

Halifax Office: Main Office (Halifax Regional Municipality)

  • (902) 424-5651; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 424-0717
  • Mail: Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, PO Box 578, Halifax, NS B3J 2S9
  • Walk-in Address/Couriers: Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, 1256 Barrington St, Thompson Building, 3rd Fl., Halifax, NS B3J 1Y6

Kentville Office (Kings, West Hants)

  • (902) 679-6731; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 679-4343
  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, 5 Shylah Dr, Unit 1, Kentville, NS B4N 0H2

New Glasgow Office (Antigonish, Guysborough, Pictou)

  • (902) 755-8540; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 928-3697
  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, 187 Terra Cotta Dr, New Glasgow, NS B2H 6B6

Port Hawkesbury (Antigonish, Guysborough, Inverness, Richmond)

  • (902) 625-3761; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 625-4264
  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, c/o NSCC Strait Area Campus, 226 Reeves St, Port Hawkesbury, NS B9A 2A2

Sydney Office (Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Victoria)

  • (902) 563-2149; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 563-5743
  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, 1030 Upper Prince St, Suite 4, Sydney NS B1P 5P6

Truro Office (Colchester, Cumberland, East Hants)

  • (902) 893-5988; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 893-6104
  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, Suite 8 - 60 Lorne St, Truro, NS B2N 3K3

Yarmouth Office (Annapolis, Digby, Yarmouth)

  • (902) 742-0775; TF (NS): 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 742-5660
  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, c/o NSCC Burridge Campus, 372 Pleasant St, Yarmouth, NS B5A 2L2

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Natalie Landry  (902) 742-0775 
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Agricultural Equipment Technician
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Alarm and Security Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Appliance Service Technician
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Automotive Glass Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Automotive Painter
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Automotive Service Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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AST Service Centre Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Baker
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Blaster
Kevin Murphy  (902) 717-7058
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Boat Builder
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Boilermaker
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Bricklayer
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Cabinetmaker
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Carpenter
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Communications Technician
Don Adams   (902) 219-1260
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Concrete Finisher
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Construction Craft Worker
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Construction Electrician
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Cook
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Electric Motor System Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Floorcovering Installer
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Gas Fitter
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Glazier
Kevin Murphy  (902) 717-7058
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Hairstylist
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Heavy Duty Equipment Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Heavy Equipment Operator
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Industrial Electrician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Instrumentation and Control Technician
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Insulator (Heat and Frost)
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Ironworker
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Landscape Horticulturist
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Lather
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Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Mobile Crane Operator
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Motor Vehicle Body Repairer
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Oil Heat Systems Technician
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Painter and Decorator
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Partsperson
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Plumber
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Power Engineer
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Powerline Technician
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Recreation Vehicle Service Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Refrigeration and A/C Mechanic
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Restoration Stone Mason
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Rig Technician
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Roofer
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Sheet Metal Worker
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Sprinkler System Installer
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Steamfitter/Pipefitter
Frank Boone  (902) 563-2194
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Tilesetter
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Tool and Die Maker
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Tower Crane Operator
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Transport Trailer Technician
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Truck and Transport Mechanic
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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Welder
Tom MacKenzie  (902) 563-2554
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  Digby County   Digby County
Natalie Landry  (902) 742-0775 
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  Halifax County   Halifax County
Agricultural Equipment Technician
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Alarm and Security Technician
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Appliance Service Technician
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Automotive Glass Technician
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Automotive Painter
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Automotive Service Technician
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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AST Service Centre Technician
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Baker
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Blaster
Kevin Murphy  (902) 717-7058
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Boat Builder
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Boilermaker
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Bricklayer
Peter Blendheim  Phone: (902) 491-4589
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Cabinetmaker
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Carpenter
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Communications Technician
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Concrete Finisher
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Construction Craft Worker
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Construction Electrician (Company Name A to L)
Lovessa Johnson (902) 483-7272
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Construction Electrician (Company Name M to Z)
Bill Michalos (902) 717-2904
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Cook
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Electric Motor System Technician
Ebenezer Annan   (902) 219-1260
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Floorcovering Installer
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Gas Fitter
Lovessa Johnson   (902) 483-7272
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Glazier
Kevin Murphy  (902) 717-7058
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Hairstylist
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Heavy Duty Equipment Technician
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Heavy Equipment Operator
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Industrial Electrician
Bill Michalos  (902) 717-2904
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Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Instrumentation and Control Technician
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Insulator (Heat andost)
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Ironworker
Kevin Murphy  (902) 717-7058
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Landscape Horticulturist
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Lather
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Locksmith
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Machinist
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Marine Service Technician
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Metal Fabricator (Fitter)
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Mobile Crane Operator
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Mobile Crane Operator (Hydraulic)
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Motor Vehicle Body Repairer
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Motorcycle Mechanic
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Oil Heat Systems Technician
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Painter and Decorator
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Partsperson
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Plumber
Lovessa Johnson   (902) 483-7272
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Power Engineer
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Powerline Technician
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Recreation Vehicle Service Technician
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Refrigeration and A/C Mechanic
Kevin Murphy  (902) 717-7058
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Restoration Stone Mason
Don Adams  (902) 225-1372
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Rig Technician
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Roofer
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Sheet Metal Worker
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Sprinkler System Installer
Busch Dubay  (902) 483-5929
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Steamfitter/Pipefitter
Busch Dubay  (902) 483-5929
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Tilesetter
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Tool and Die Maker
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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Tower Crane Operator
Peter Blendheim  (902) 491-4589
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Transport Trailer Technician
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Truck and Transport Mechanic
Dave Mazerall  (902) 456-4667
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Welder
Don Adams  Phone: (902) 225-1372
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  Kings County   Kings County
Brenda Daniels  (902) 679-6731 
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  Pictou County   Pictou County
Bo Janes  (902) 755-8540 
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  Queens County   Queens County
Christian Maguire  (902) 541-5710
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  Yarmouth County   Yarmouth County
Natalie Landry  (902) 742-0775 
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