Apprenticeship Survey

Attention Mi’kmaq Trades Workers, Apprentices and Students in Trades Related Courses

We are inviting Mi’kmaq trades workers and students in apprenticeable and related courses to participate in a study designed to collect up-to-date information on Mi’kmaq apprentices in Nova Scotia.  The  Apprentice Survey will be used to help develop a strategic plan for the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs.

The survey should take about 12 minutes to complete and there is a chance to win an IPad Mini valued at $280.00. Survey closes Wednesday April 1st, 2015.

There are seven sections, please read the questions and statements carefully in each section and provide a response that best reflects your current situation or personal experience.

At any time, you may choose to click “BACK” on the web page to revisit your answers.  Once you are satisfied with your choices, click “NEXT” to proceed to the end of the survey.

Please use the additional comment section at the end of the survey to share other important factors or areas of interest/issues that you feel are significant to this survey.

Please Note:  All information shared will be used solely for the purpose of conducting this survey.  It is important to note that individual names or personal information of those who agree to participate in this survey will not be disclosed.  Confidentiality will be maintained.  Survey results will be aggregated, this is we will look at all survey responses to determine findings at the general level so that any individual providing their response will not be identified.

This research complies with the Mi’kmaq Research Principles and Protocols Conducting Research With/and Among Mi’kmaq People.

This survey is available online at:

If you would like more information about this survey please contact Gerard Julian, SPI Project Coordinator.