2017 Distinction in Mentorship Awards

On Thursday, November 9th, 2017 the construction trades in New Brunswick will celebrate their long history of on-the-job mentorship and apprentice development at the NB-MAP 3rd Annual Distinction in Mentorship Awards Gala at the Lily Lake Pavilion in Saint John, NB. Event Details

This annual event brings special attention to the skilled tradespeople who dedicate each workday not only to producing high quality work safely, but also to mentoring, guiding and teaching the next generation of the construction workforce, their apprentices.

CLICK HERE to nominate a deserving journey person or apprentice to recieve an award in 2017.

Here are our winners and highlights from last year's event. Jump to:

2016 NBMAP Distinction in Mentorship Awards Gala - Highlights

Corporate Champion, Over 100 Employees Award

Master Mentor Award
Corporate Champion, Under 100 Employees Award Outstanding Apprentice Award

 

The 2016 Distinction in Mentorship Award winners

Corporate Champion, Over 100 Employees: NB Power, with mentor program partner IBEW 37

The NB-MAP Corporate Champion sets the standard for industry excellence in workplace teaching and learning. NB Power is being recognized for it's dedication to on-the-job learning, as demonstrated by their extensive in-house mentorship program and ongoing partnership with NB-MAP.

 

Corporate Champion, Under 100 Employees: Marque Construction

Marque Construction has been committed to workplace mentorship since the inception of NB-MAP; as one of the organization's original partners and testing grounds, Marque was instrumental in the development of the NB-MAP model and core curriculum, and remains ahead of the pack in it's ongoing dedication to workplace mentorship.

"Because every apprentice matters." Tom Coughlan, Manager, Industrial Division

 

Outstanding Apprentice: Eric Brideau, Acadian Construction/Local 1386, Block 4 Carpentry

The Outstanding Apprentice consistently demonstrates the five A's of apprenticeship: Attitude, Aptitude, Attendance, Ask questions, & Advocate. Eric started working with Acadian Construction as a labourer, where he was curious, hard-working, dedicated to high safety standards, and motivated to pursue status as a Journeyman Carpenter. The team at Acadian Construction sees a bright future for Eric in a leadership role, as well as a workplace mentor to his own apprentices.

 

Master Mentor: Tim Moore, Site Manager for Jacobs Industrial, Journeyman Pipefitter

The Master Mentor embodies the qualities of effective workplace mentors everyday, and goes above and beyond in their dedication to apprentice development. Tim was nominated by his peers for his openness, his tendency to encourage and solicit feedback, and his general willingness to share his experiences with apprentices and other mentors. He exemplifies how an individual can start out as an apprentice and, through hard work, education, and dedication become a leader.

 

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