Shaping New Brunswick’s future workforce – CCNB needs your input

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As the Internet Communications Technology (ICT) sector continues to grow, so does a shortage of skilled labour in the field.

That’s why TechImpact and Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB), in collaboration with Jupia Consultants, are completing a research project to better understand the skills needed for ICT jobs in New Brunswick, especially for new graduates. The information from this project will help shape curriculum and programs to produce the talent employers need today and in the future.

We need your voice and input for this important research project. Please participate and share your insights through the survey, available in both English and French. We’re looking for responses from across the province – private sector, start-ups, tech companies, government, not-for-profit, and more. If you have ICT talent requirements, we want to hear from you! If needed, someone responsible for technical skill hiring and recruiting can help complete the survey.

Information collected through the survey will remain confidential; data will be aggregated and will remain anonymous. At the end of the project, a final report with recommendations will be produced to ensure CCNB is producing talent that meets the needs of the province’s employers.

ICT/digital talent is critical to growing New Brunswick’s economy and we know industry-shaped, relevant and accessible education will accelerate our province’s growth.

Any organization that employs workers with technical skills is invited to complete the survey. Thank you for participating.

Marie-France Doucet, CCNB
Cathy Simpson, TechImpact

English survey
French survey

For questions regarding the survey, please contact

To reach CCNB directly, please contact Marie-France Doucet at 506-875-5543 or