The Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) has received the CCA Gold Seal Association Award at the Construction Association of Canada’s (CCA) Annual Conference in New Orleans.
“As part of our strategic plan we set out to be a leading provider of industry education and training to the construction industry,” CANS president Duncan Williams said. “Over the past four years we have continued to increase the sophistication of offerings and have been promoting Gold Seal Certification as the industry standard.”
The CCA Gold Seal Association Award recognizes outstanding achievements by CCA partner associations to promote and support the CCA Gold Seal program.
“Our entire course catalogue is Gold Seal Accredited,” says Williams. “This translates to more than 80 courses, and approximately 44 Gold Seal credits or 220 hours of training, that members can then take and apply towards their Gold Seal Certification.”