Saskatchewan Construction Week will celebrate the important economic and social contributions made by the province’s second-largest private sector employer. One highlight of the week is “Inclusive Day.” This unique event brings together organizations who provide opportunities to anyone considering a career in the construction industry. Opportunities for youth, Indigenous people, and women will be discussed during a breakfast presentation to kick … Read More
The Aboriginal Apprenticeship Initiatives (AAI) program promotes awareness of apprenticeship training and understanding of the trades as a career choice. The AAI is accepting proposals until May 25, 2018 which can include a variety of projects, including apprenticeship courses with First Nations and Aboriginal partners, mentoring projects, career exploration and other opportunities. For information about submitting a proposal, contact: AAI … Read More
The Annual YWCA Women of Distinction Awards® are a celebration of the best in women’s achievements, across industry, culture and public service, honouring ordinary women for their extraordinary contributions to the Saskatoon community. They are calling for nominations for the Leadership in the Trades Award , which is new for 2018. It recognizes leaders in the skilled trades, industry, or service sector … Read More
All 2017 tax slips from the SATCC have now been mailed out. This includes: T2202A – tuition fees paid to the SATCC T4E – Apprentice Training Allowance paid out for Living Away from Home and Living Allowance Receipt for examinations fees paid to the SATCC Please direct any inquiries to us toll-free at 1-877-363-0536.
The Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA) has launched their call for nominations for the fifth biennial Darryl Cruickshank Red Seal Industry Award. The award is named to honour the life-long impact of the late Darryl Cruickshank to the Red Seal Program. The deadline for nominations is March 29, 2018. The award will be presented to an individual from … Read More
Check out the median earnings of skilled tradespersons according to the 2016 Census by Statistics Canada.
Relevance – Career Options For Your Future is designed to help youth investigate job options, pursue post-secondary education/training and activate their career. Check out the latest edition here.
Saskatchewan people are encouraged to explore and discover the opportunities in the skilled trades and technologies from November 5 until November 11, 2017. Read more