A survey on electrical licensing is now open

The Ministry of Government Relations is conducting a survey to better understand if provincial regulations related to electrical licensing and the licensing process are adequate, clear and current. Licensed electrical contractors, journeymen, employers, and supply houses are invited to participate between June 20th and July 20th. The survey is available here: https://surveyanyplace.com/s/electricallicensing You might also receive an email from the … Read More

2100 Block Hamilton Street closed week of June 19th

To all of our apprenticeship clients, please take note that the City of Regina will be closing the 2100 block of Hamilton Street for the week of June 19th for construction work. 14th Avenue is also closed currently. For a complete list of construction, please visit http://www.regina.ca/residents/roads-traffic/daily-road-report/

Getting Involved

Are you a skilled tradesperson who wants to give back to the apprenticeship training system? Or, are you an employer who is interested in ensuring the apprenticeship system is top notch and up to date to meet industry’s changing needs?  If so, we need your involvement. See more.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO SASKATOON CLIENTS for May 9, 2017

Due to city maintenance, the water must be shut off at the Saskatoon office on Tuesday morning, May 9th. As a result, the Saskatoon office must be closed on Tuesday morning. Please visit any other office for your apprenticeship needs, or call us toll-free 1-877-363-0536.  

2016 Tax Year Documents

Effective February 8, 2017, the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) mailed out all documents pertaining to the 2016 Taxation Year. These include: – T2202A ‘Tuition, Education and Textbook Amount Certificate’ forms; – T4E ‘Statement of Employment Insurance and Other Benefits’ forms.

Relevance 2017

Are you planning your career? Relevance magazine is an annual publication providing career and labour market information in Saskatchewan. Check out the 2017 edition.

Apprentice Survey: Share Your Experiences with the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum

The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum is a non-profit organization promoting apprenticeship training across Canada. To better understand the experiences of apprentices in block-release technical training, the Forum is conducting a brief online survey (approx. 10 minutes). Results are anonymous and the privacy of all respondents will be protected. Respondents will be entered into a draw for a free iPad. To complete … Read More

Living Away From Home Allowance – DELAYED PAYMENT

Cheques for the Living Away From Home Allowance will be delayed by approximately two (2) business days due to government-wide computer network issues.  If you have any questions, please call us toll-free at 1-877-363-0536.