Train the

next generation

of skilled workers

Employer Process

Applications will be reviewed in the order in which they're received.

Once submitted, an SCNL staff person will be in touch to review.

 Applications will be assessed by a committee after the closing date, and all applicants will be notified of the final decision.

       Note: *Applications will be open to employers based in Eastern/Avalon, Central, West, and Labrador for 2024. Regional diversification will be taken into consideration as part of the review process.

Previous Employers

Employer Testimonials

Question: What advice would you give to students who are interested in trades as a career path?

Employer: Go for it. You have nothing to lose, everything to gain. When it comes to working in a trade, hands on experience is invaluable.

Check your eligibility

Does your company employ trades in areas like carpentry, electrical, plumbing, automotive, and/or welding?*
Do you have a certified journeyperson on staff who can mentor and guide youth apprentices?*
Does your company maintain a safe work environment and adhere to safety regulations?*
Is your company a registered employer in Newfoundland and Labrador and in good standing with the Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Division (ATCD)?*
Do you carry business insurance?*
Are you able to commit to providing 7-weeks of full-time employment for the duration of the youth apprenticeship placement during the summer of 2024?*
Are you able to commit to supporting continuous education during a youth apprenticeship placement?*
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Contact us to learn more about:

Access to motivated and enthusiastic young talent

Early apprenticeship hours for potential employees

Diverse trade opportunities to match industry needs

Collaboration with education institutions

Building a strong future workforce