One hundred high school graduates from 79 communities across the province are receiving Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) Industry Scholarships. The scholarship program, launched in 2009, is overseen by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC). Scholarships are presented to SYA program participants who plan to pursue careers in the skilled trades. Read the full story: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/news-and-media/2021/june/18/saskatchewan-youth-apprenticeship-industry-scholarships-awarded-to-high-school-graduates
Updated for May 27, 2021. On March 23, due to increased COVID-19 transmission risk in Regina and area, the Government of Saskatchewan issued updated public health orders for the city and surrounding communities. The local public health order will remain in effect until Step One of the Government of Saskatchewan’s Re-Opening Roadmap is implemented on Sunday, May 30. The Saskatchewan …
The exam sitting scheduled for May 19 in La Ronge has been cancelled due to the power outage associated with the wildfire burning north of Prince Albert. The exam will be rescheduled for a later date. Impacted individuals can contact Field Consultant Karen Frennette at 1-306-953-2466 for further information.
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New Act Promotes Building Accessibility And Protects Citizens From Unsafe Renovation And Construction Practices The Government of Saskatchewan recently passed The Construction Codes Act (Bill 4) in the Legislative Assembly. The new Act will allow better alignment between construction codes and accessibility standards, including how they are applied to buildings, ensuring people with disabilities can better access and use buildings in Saskatchewan. …
Today kicks off the week long Skills Canada Saskatchewan Virtual Provincial Competition. Apprentices, post-secondary students and high school students from across the province will showcase their skills for a chance to win medals and earn recognition. Participants also compete to represent the province at the Skills Canada Virtual National Competition scheduled for June 15, 2021. Read more.
All 2019 tax slips from the SATCC have now been mailed out.
For the third year running, the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) has been recognized as one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers by Mediacorp Canada Inc. “We’re pleased to be recognized as one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers for the third year in a row.” SATCC CEO Jeff Ritter said. “I’m proud to work for an organization where our employees enjoy …