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  • Women Unlimited

    The Women Unlimited Association is a not-for-profit women’s organization in Nova Scotia that promotes the full participation of women in trades and technology. 

  • Understanding Labour Market Information Guide

    This Guide is designed to help users access, understand, and apply Labour Market Information in their decision making process.  It directs users to existing resources and instructs users on how to find and interpret the information.

  • Career Connections

    Career Connections is hosting a Career Fair, April 29, 2015, at the Pictou County Wellness Centre, from 10:00am-3:00pm

  • Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency (NSAA)

    The NSAA manages the trades training and certification system in Nova Scotia.

Success Stories

Program participants share their stories

  • For someone who likes to work with their hands and likes the gratification of a job well done…it’s a good process to go through.

    Christian Tweetie
  • It's given me the opportunity to actually complete my whole apprenticeship...the START program gave me the opportunity to stay in my home town.

    Nicole Coles
  • The Workplace Education program has been wonderful for our leadership team...The training has been a real gift for us and the benefits will be seen for years to come.

    AgraPoint
  • The program is where I learned to do business planning, accounting, and every skill you need to start your business.

    Geoffroy Chevallier
  • The Leadership and Productivity training we are receiving is helping us become a more competitive business here at Galloping Cows.

    Galloping Cows
  • By working through this program it reinforces and reminds you of the skill set that you do have and that there are things you can do even if you are a more mature individual.

    Patricia Rhynold
  • I really wanted to get my grade 12 and that phone call brought me here...Coming here I feel like it's opened the world to me.

    Tina Farrell
  • They helped me find my first job and I worked my term period and at the end of that term period I got my hearing aids….it was like turning the light back on.

    David Stockall
  • One of the biggest things the Transition Program enabled me to do was believe in myself and what I am capable of achieving after being out of the school system for more than 20 years.

    Trena Simmonds
  • I quit school when I was in grade 10 and jumped from menial job to menial job...I wanted to make something of myself and let [my kids] see that I did, so I decided to get my education.

    Russell Fisher