Superior Trade Services

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Oliver, BC
Superior Trade Services
Our mission is to connect First Nations communities with qualified teachers of trades to empower learning and job creation. First Nations leaders connect with Superior Trades Services to express their needs for skilled trades workers in their community. For example, construction workers, welders, or electricians.

Superior Trades Services will provide the community with an experienced tradesman to teach ambitious community members. Students will be become apprenticed trade workers, holding all necessary tickets and qualifications, leaving the community with empowered, knowledgeable workers.

If there is a lack of students due to small communities a teacher may be shared between a few communities so that students will be apprenticed in their own community.
Products & Services Offered  
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  • electrical service changes
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  • electricians first nations
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  • home electrical
  • hot tub electrical services
  • indoor lighting
  • industrial electricians
  • inverters
  • landscape lighting
  • led lighting
  • new construction electrical
  • outdoor lighting
  • replace breakers
  • residential electrician
  • small electrical servcies
  • sub panel upgrade
  • underground electrical
  • winery electrical
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