If you like the idea of a car makeover, and if you have patience and are detail-oriented, our Motor Vehicle Body Repairer and Painter program is for you. Learn how to repair and restore damaged motor vehicle body parts and interior finishing components, repaint body surfaces and repair and replace automotive glass. You can then work your magic on both mock-ups and real customer vehicles in a fully-equipped shop. We teach you how to operate manual, electric and pneumatic tools to straighten, sand, remove and replace metal auto body panels and chassis components.
The Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association (NSCSA) offers training and products to help you obtain your Certificate of Recognition (COR), comply with the Nova Scotia OH&S Act and develop a functional safety program. The following provides a brief description of some of the courses and products available through the NSCSA.
With over 40 health and safety training courses ranging from Emergency First Aid to Fall Protection, the Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association (NSCSA) provides online and classroom occupational health and safety compliant courses. From Yarmouth to Sydney, we provide training all throughout Nova Scotia as per our planned schedule of courses each year. We can also have a trainer come to you at your convenience. Contact us and we would be pleased to make the arrangements with you.
Apprenticeship is and always has been about mentoring and passing along trade knowledge and skills from journeyperson to apprentice. As an apprentice, you work under the supervision of a journeyperson in the workplace. Here are some tips for getting the most from your mentoring experience with a journeyperson.
Examinations are normally written at scheduled times. There is generally at least one examination sitting per month in Halifax and Sydney, and less frequently in other locations. The sittings are usually on a Saturday, and begin at 9:30 am (see the Examination Schedule).