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Skilled Futures for Women in Yarmouth

Seventy young women in grades 8, 9, and 10 from the Tri-County Regional Centre for Education and Conseil Scolaire Acadien Provincial will be attending Skilled Futures for Women,

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Skilled Futures in Trades & Tech

One hundred and twenty students in grades 8, 9, and 10 from the Chignecto-Central and Strait Regional Centres for Education will be attending Skilled Futures in Trades & Tech,

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Nova Scotian Apprentices Train as WorldSkills Team Canada Prospects

Team Nova Scotia’s refrigeration and air conditioning national gold medalist from Cambridge, Zack Walsh, and heavy duty service provincial gold medalist from Dartmouth, Michael Gaetz 
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National Skilled Trades & Technology Week!

Over 80 indigenous youth from across the province will be attending Skilled Futures at STEMFest,

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Valley Students Explore Careers in the Energy Sector

Seventy-two students in grades 8, 9, and 10 from the Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education will be attending Skilled Futures in Energy,

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Showcase your Apprentices in the Automotive Industry!

The Nova Scotia Skills Competition brings together students and apprentices from across the province

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2018 Team Nova Scotia at SCNC

At the Skills Canada National Competition this year in Edmonton, Team Nova Scotia was represented in 37 skill categories in the following sectors: construction, employment, information technology, manufacturing & engineering, services, and transportation.

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2018 Nova Scotia Skills Competition Results

2018 Nova Scotia Skills Competition results are found here.

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20th Anniversary Year of SCNS

The 20th anniversary year of the Nova Scotia Skills Competition is here!

From excellence in skilled trades and technologies to youth career exploration and discovery, Skills Canada – Nova Scotia has brought industry and education to Nova Scotian youth for 20 years. The time has come to celebrate!

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2017 Volunteer of the Year

In the past we’ve honoured board members, volunteers who help organize the provincial and national level competitions, competitor coaches, and Team NS chaperones. This year we’ve decided to go another route, as there was one individual who really stood out.

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