Enhance your leadership skills, create a safer work environment.
Register now for Better SuperVision©!
Designed for foreman and frontline supervisors in all trades, Better SuperVision© is a comprehensive industry developed program that will equip you with the skills needed to be a more effective leader. Class sizes are small and scheduling is based on participant availability. For a detailed outline of the program visit our BSV© Overview page or contact the NSCSC at 902.832.4761.Next session:
- Call for details on upcoming sessions (Offering is subject to enrollment)
Toolbox Tech Computer and Smartphone Training
Now accepting registrations for Toolbox Tech Computer and Smartphone Training.
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Halifax, NS - September 9, 2015 - MEDIA RELEASE
Key stakeholders in the Industrial-Commercial-Institutional (ICI) construction industry gathered today for the official release of the Nova Scotia 2015 Labour Market Assessment (LMA) Report. ...«read the full media release››
Radio-CanadaRadio-Canada - Open House coverage
CBC.ca Article"Construction council open house offers chance to explore trades"
Halifax, NS - May 15, 2014 - MEDIA RELEASE
Nova Scotia construction industry stakeholders join together to launch Labour Market Assessment project ...«Read More››
- Investigating Technology for Construction Applicability The Functional Information Technology (FIT) Project is an industry-led initiative that aims to help industry meet the growing demands for safety, productivity, quality and resource management.
- Evan Pemberton (Project Consultant), Lenore Zann (MLA for Truro-Bible Hill), Scott Armstrong (MP for Cumberland-Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley), and Trent Soholt (Executive Director of the NSCSC)
- NSCSC Executive Director Trent Soholt.
- Chris Curtis of Atlantica Mechanical Contractors Inc. and Refuel Systems Inc.
Register now for Leaders Building Leaders©!
Offered over a three day period, Leaders Building Leaders (LBL)© is a coaching and mentoring program designed for all management positions above the foreman level. For further information please see our LBL© Overview page or contact the NSCSC at 902.832.4761.
Dates to be announced. Please call for details.
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