What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is industry-based training that allows students to learn a trade through a combination of on the-job and in-classroom training. In NWAC’s NAP, apprenticeships will only be offered in Red Seal classified trades
NWAC’s NAP gives you access to:
✓ A job board with a variety of apprenticeship opportunities.
✓ Employers who prioritize diversity and inclusion.
✓ Transferable skills that allow you to work anywhere.
✓ Opportunities to work in high paying, in-demand, and secure job fields, with the opportunity for self-employment.
About the Program: The Native Women’s Association of Canada’s National Apprenticeships Program connects
Indigenous women, Two Spirit, transgender, and gender-diverse people with paid apprenticeship opportunities in the
trades. Our program was developed to facilitate Red Seal apprenticeship opportunities with companies who share our view that women’s economic empowerment is vital in reconciliation.
To accept this invitation and register please Scan the QR Code on the attached pdf or go directly to the registration page >> Register Here <<
Kick-start your career as you gain experience in some of Canada’s most in-demand fields!
For more information on our program please visit – Apprentices – NWAC-NNAP (nwac-nap.ca)
Email Lauralea Eldridge firstname.lastname@example.org or Ashlee Larose email@example.com