Trades and Apprenticeship Community of Expertise
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BTA’s 60,000 members are some of the best trained, highest skilled and safest construction workers in the world. Whether you attended NAIT, SAIT or took training at another technical training centre, you are the backbone of construction in Alberta.

The Ministry of Advanced Education has put together a database referred to as TACE, (Trades and Apprenticeship Community of Expertise).

This database will be utilized for surveys, polls, focus groups and possible meetings on Trades and Apprenticeship in a manner never seen before in Alberta. This is your opportunity, whether you have completed your apprenticeship, are almost done, or just started, to have your voice heard on how we make the system better.

We would like to encourage you to fill out the short application and help grow the database so that when questions are asked, Union Trades professionals are heard.

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