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
The 2017 Apprenticeship Awards are on Friday, October 27, 2017. This a reminder to all award recipients and guests, tickets ARE NOT issued for this event. If you have pre-registered, your name/organization is all you need to check in at the event. Check out all the 2017 Apprenticeship Awards details, times and locations here.
Roofer apprenticeship training is now available! Training has been designed so that an apprentice does not have to leave the workplace. Rather, technical training is a combination of home study distance learning, a journeyperson / mentor signing off on practical competencies and invigilating quizzes, and worksite visit by an instructor. Currently employed tradespeople can also register as apprentices, or challenge … Read More
The Canadian Apprenticeship Forum (CAF) has launched the Apprentices in Canada panel to hear about your experience working in the skilled trades. Check out this video and share your perspective with them to win cash and other prizes. Your opinion helps keep apprenticeship in Canada strong for today and tomorrow! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3qOQE_MLtY For more information, visit http://apprenticesincanada.com/
Saskatchewan Apprenticeship is committed to maintaining a responsive, industry-driven apprenticeship certification system that meets labour market needs. In order to meet this mandate, Saskatchewan Apprenticeship is raising apprenticeship fees. These increases will allow us to continue providing our apprentices with timely, high-quality technical training, and will help ensure the long-term sustainability of the apprenticeship and certification system of training in … Read More
It is important for Construction Electricians to remain up to date when the codes change. An free online course has been developed by SaskPower to provide a quick overview of the latest changes, currently of the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code and the 2015 Saskatchewan Interpretations booklet. Some major revisions were made in the 2015 CEC, including the expansion of arc-fault … Read More
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Just a reminder to all our apprenticeship clients, all SATCC offices will be closed Friday, August 4th AND Monday, August 7th. We will re-open at 8:00 a.m. once again on Tuesday, August 8th to serve you. Enjoy a safe, long weekend.
Due to harmonization, as well as some operational changes, the SATCC has recently updated the Commission Regulations. The updates are as follows: • Mobile Crane Operator (Hydraulic) has been de-designated, and is now part of the Mobile Crane Operator trade. • The Lattice Boom subtrade of Mobile Crane Operator has been de-designated as it is no longer relevant due to … Read More
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
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