It’s been a year of change, to say the least. We’re excited that one very good change will be a website overhaul. Look for it before the end of October 2020!
To Alumni, PTC & NTC members, event volunteers, Skilled Futures workshop facilitators & mentors, coaches, try-a-trade volunteers – over 530 people dedicate their time, effort, and heart to Skills Nova Scotia (a whopping 20,000+ hours per yearr!). We can’t thank you enough! So many of the programs and events we run wouldn’t be possible without you. Please know we love you, we appreciate you, and we celebrate you.
So you are homebound, saving the world, yearning to be challenged by a fun activity. Yearn no more! From April 6- June 1, SCNS will be releasing an interactive weekly Essential Skills Challenge for your kids or students to do from home. Not sure what the 9 Essential Skills are? Check out this video!
We are very pleased to announce Nicole Hamilton has been selected as the new Skills Canada – Nova Scotia (SCNS) Alumni Association President and Nova Scotia representative on the National Alumni Committee.
It is with pride and enthusiasm that we announce Zach Walsh, aged 22 from Cambridge, Nova Scotia has been awarded a Medallion of Excellence in refrigeration and air conditioning at WorldSkills, a 4-day international competition in Kazan, Russia from August 22-27, 2019.
The 25th annual Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) was hosted in Halifax for the first time since 2006.