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New Voluntary Trade Program to Provide More Inclusive Hair Care

People who want to learn how to perform natural hair care services or have their skills recognized can soon become certified practitioners in Nova Scotia.

The Black Beauty Culture…

Moving Dreams Forward

Meet Apie N'Da, Red Seal Hairstylist

There are many different reasons for choosing a career path. Some individuals follow in the footsteps of a parent, and some are enticed by a high paying job with incentives. But for some people, a career spent following a passion and…

Become a Certified Farm Technician

Farm Technician refresher training will run April 11 to May 16, 2022
Registration closes Wednesday, April 6 at 4:30 p.m. 

Refresher Training

The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency is working in partnership with the Faculty of Agriculture, Dalhousie University to develop…

'Winning the Lottery'

From an early age, Chyenne McPherson knew that she wanted to be a skilled tradesperson. She grew up around skilled tradespeople, enjoyed math, problem-solving and hands-on work. Although she originally thought she wanted to be a steamfitter/pipefitter, after exploring a variety of skilled trades…

Improving Workplace Inclusion

    NSAA Takes Action on Improving Workplace Inclusion

    African Nova Scotians in skilled trades: A Legacy of Impact & Resilience

    The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency (the Agency), in partnership with the Black Cultural Centre of Nova Scotia (…