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Apprentices Transferring Into Saskatchewan

Please indicate on the Form 1 the province you are transferring from. SATCC will complete a verification to transfer your apprenticeship credits to Saskatchewan.

Please note:

If you are a transferring apprentice you do not need to attach high school transcripts.

  • Manitoba and Nova Scotia apprentices must complete and attach a “Consent to Release” Form which can be obtained on the appropriate apprenticeship websites:
    - www.gov.mb.ca
    - www.nsapprenticeship.ca
  • Ontario apprentices must attach all Ontario trade experience hours.
  • Quebec does not verify apprenticeship information. For detailed information on the process to transfer please contact the assessment unit toll free at 1-877-363-0536.

Please review information for new apprentices here.

If you experience issues or have concerns regarding transferring your apprenticeship, please contact the Assessment Unit at 1-877-363-0536.

If you have applied to transfer and have not received transferring credits, please contact the Director of Field Services at 1-877-363-0536.

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For over two years, Sam has been meeting with high school students and teachers to talk about career opportunities in the skilled trades. In her role as an SYA Program Consultant, Sam loves that no two weeks are ever the same, and that it's NEVER boring! ... See MoreSee Less

For over two years, Sam has been meeting with high school students and teachers to talk about career opportunities in the skilled trades. In her role as an SYA Program Consultant, Sam loves that no two weeks are ever the same, and that its NEVER boring!

Glynn has been an SYA Program Consultant for almost two years. He loves helping students discover what they're passionate about. His advice for students who are unsure of their career choices: "Don’t get stuck on 'what job do you want?' Start with 'what do you love to do?' and keep in mind that it's okay to change." ... See MoreSee Less

Glynn has been an SYA Program Consultant for almost two years. He loves helping students discover what theyre passionate about. His advice for students who are unsure of their career choices: Don’t get stuck on what job do you want? Start with what do you love to do? and keep in mind that its okay to change.
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saskatchewan youth apprenticeship (sya)

The Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) program gives high school students the opportunity to learn more about skilled trades career pathways and gain a head start on their skilled trades career, should they register as an apprentice after graduation.
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