Apprenticeship

Nova Scotia's education and apprenticeship system can help eligible participants receive training and experience they need to become a professional skilled tradesperson.  Registered apprentices who are referred to apprenticeship training may be eligible to receive Employment Insurance (EI) benefits or financial assistance to assist with additional costs related to their participation in the program.

If you are looking for more information regarding apprenticeship in Nova Scotia, please link to the following "Apprenticeship Training" site.

https://novascotia.ca/lwd/apprenticeship.training

Are you already an apprentice who is returning to school to complete your next scheduled training?

If your intention is to collect Employment Insurance benefits while attending training, you should visit your local Service Canada Centre or link with the following website to find out more information.

http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/home.shtml

While attending training, will you have additional expenses for travel (more than 30km from your home), care of children or living away from home?

If so, please complete the following Apprenticeship Application Worksheet-Application package and submit all forms to Employment Nova Scotia by in-person drop off, mail or fax to one of the offices listed below only:

Bridgewater
PO Box 3500
270 Logan Road
Bridgewater, NS B4V 3V3           
Fax: 902-541-5651

Halifax
Suite 301 - 103 Garland Avenue
Dartmouth, NS B3B 0K5
Fax: 902-722-5038

New Glasgow  
187 Terra Cotta Drive
New Glasgow, NS B2H 6B6
Fax: 902-928-3697

Truro 
Suite 8 - 60 Lorne Street
Truro, NS B2N 3K3                             
Fax: 902-896-4497

Sydney
Suite 3 - 1030 Upper Prince St
Sydney, NS B1P 5P6                  
Fax: 902-563-3525

Please note: tuition costs for apprenticeship courses are NOT eligible for funding or reimbursement.

Forms

Direct Deposit Form