October 11th, 2022 – Trades NL is very excited to announce the launch of their newly designed website, highlighting the addition of several new features, including a career development section aimed at both recruiting and retaining tradespeople throughout the province.
“Our goal with this new website is to create a more valuable, user-friendly and responsive resource across all platforms and devices for our members and for the public,” says Trades NL’s Executive Director, Darin King. “We are always looking for new ways to better showcase the important work our organization does, and we hope that this new re-design will give our valued visitors an easier way to learn about Trades NL’s services, training opportunities, and projects – while providing our membership with the most accurate, up-to-date information on our advocacy efforts within the building trades and construction industry in Newfoundland and Labrador.”
Keep up to date on our latest resources, training opportunities, community giving initiatives and organization announcements by visiting us at www.tradesnl.com
We hope you enjoy our new look!
About Trades NL
Trades NL is an umbrella labour organization which promotes and coordinates the interests of 16 building and construction trades unions, representing more than 60 trades in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. For 70 years, our craft continues to construct, fabricate and maintain some of the world’s most complex facilities.
About Trades NL: Labrador Office for Indigenous & Northern Skilled Trades
Trades NL: Labrador Office for Indigenous & Northern Skilled Trades is dedicated to recruiting, promoting, supporting and advancing the economic growth of Indigenous People of Newfoundland and Labrador within the skilled trades – with an emphasis on Red Seal occupations. This office seeks to create new employment opportunities for Indigenous apprentices and journeypersons, increase apprenticeship completion rates, and foster greater commitment and participation of employers and unions to create employment opportunities, overcome barriers and enhance supports in the workplace.