DISTINCTION IN MENTORSHIP AWARDS

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.

CORPORATE CHAMPION OVER 100 EMPLOYEES AWARD WINNERS

Awarded by the NB-MAP Team to an organization with more than 100 employees, this recognition is awarded to an organization that demonstrates superior leadership in creating a workplace learning culture, supporting their journeypersons through effective mentor training, investing in apprenticeship and emphasizing the importance of mentoring on-the-job. The NBMAP Industry Champion sets the standard for industry excellence in workplace teaching and learning.

2017 The International Brotherhood of Boilermalers Local 73
2016 NB Power NB with Mentor Program Partner IBEW 37
2015 Irving Oil

MASTER MENTOR AWARD WINNERS

Nominated by you, the Master Mentor will have made an outstanding contribution to the development and promotion of apprenticeship training for skilled trades in New Brunswick. You can learn more about the award selection criteria, and nominate a Master Mentor here.

2017 Terri Mallet, Red Seal Carpenter with Acadian Construction
2016 Tim Moore, site manager Jacobs Industrial, Journeyman pipefitter
2015 Gary Ritchie, President of New Brunswick Building Trades Union

CORPORATE CHAMPION, UNDER 100 EMPLOYEES, AWARD WINNERS

Awarded by the NB-MAP Team to an organization with less than 100 employees, this recognition is awarded to an organization that demonstrates superior leadership in creating a workplace learning culture, supporting their journeypersons through effective mentor training, investing in apprenticeship and emphasizing the importance of mentoring on-the-job. The NBMAP Industry Champion sets the standard for industry excellence in workplace teaching and learning.

2017 Pro-Insul
2016 Marquee Construction

OUTSTANDING APPRENTICE AWARD WINNERS

Nominated by you, the Outstanding Apprentice goes above and beyond the norm in his or her dedication to their trade and their apprenticeship. You can learn more about the award selection criteria, and nominate an Outstanding Apprentice here.

2017 Justin McGrath, Lorneville Mechanical, Block 4 Pipefitter
2016 Eric Brideau, Acadian Construction/Local 1386, Block 4 Carpentry

2017 DISTINCTION IN MENTORSHIP AWARDS
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