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If you want to work in the skilled trades, you can do so by becoming a registered apprentice.

Apprenticeship programs last three to four years. You will also need to complete some other training courses in your industry. You will be paid for your work as an apprentice. There is a certification exam at the end of your apprentice work and training.

Apprenticeship technical training is provided by the University College of Cape Breton in Sydney and also through several campuses of the Nova Scotia Community College.

For more information, contact a Industrial Training and Certification Officer in your area:

Halifax

  • Tel: (902) 424-5651
  • Toll free: 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 424-0717

Bridgewater

  • Tel: (902) 541-5710
  • Toll free: 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 543-0648

Kentville

  • Tel: (902) 679-6203
  • Toll free: 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 679-6235

Sydney

  • Tel: (902) 563-2149
  • Toll free: 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 563-3491

Truro

  • Tel: (902) 893-5988
  • Toll free: 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 893-6104

Yarmouth

  • Tel: (902) 742-0775
  • Toll free: 1-800-494-5651
  • Fax: (902) 742-0519
 

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