Construction Electricians Issued Sanctions for Academic Misconduct

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) has issued sanctions against 22 construction electricians for engaging in academic misconduct while attending apprenticeship technical training.

Sanctions include the suspension and cancellation of journeyperson certifications for varying lengths of time, and the suspension of apprenticeships for varying lengths of time. After an investigation led by the SATCC and a third-party investigation firm, it was determined the apprentices obtained access to materials they should not have had access to during technical training, including level exams and Red Seal interprovincial certification exams.

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4 Comments on “Construction Electricians Issued Sanctions for Academic Misconduct”

  1. I work in the Learning Services at Moose Jaw campus. I can help run a one day workshop for level 1 students on Study Skills and Time management. Students need tips how to pass exams and avoid exams anxieties. It is up to Program Head at SaskPolyTech and SATCC to request this type of workshop. Please contact me for further discussion on how to help students.

    1. Thank you for the information. A representative from the SATCC will be contacting you to discuss.

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