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RE-START SATCC SERVICES

Re-Start SATCC Services Plan

In alignment with the Government of Saskatchewan’s Re-Open Saskatchewan plan, the SATCC is delivering apprenticeship and trade certification services.

SATCC offices

 Front counter services now include plexiglass shields to create a barrier between SATCC staff members and clients; hand sanitizer is readily available for staff and client use, and signage is posted to help ensure appropriate physical distancing. Clients are encouraged to use debit or credit cards for payment. Staff based in regional offices are available for face-to-face services by appointment only – which is the same way these offices operated prior to COVID-19.

Examinations

Journeyperson certification examination schedules are not posted. Apprentices and tradespeople seeking to register for an exam sitting are encouraged to indicate their desired exam month in their application. Once submitted, an SATCC staff member will follow up with the applicant to discuss specific dates. Exam applications are available here: https://saskapprenticeship.ca/applications-forms/#apply-for-exams. Exams are taking place at third-party locations to ensure there is enough room to physically distance.

Psychoeducational Assessments

 Psychoeducational assessments are performed by the SATCC’s registered psychologist to determine whether an apprentice has a disability requiring accommodations during apprenticeship technical training or examinations. Assessments are also taking place at third-party locations to ensure there is enough room to physically distance.

Technical Training

 Technical training is often being delivered using a hybrid training model, a combination of online and in-person learning. Apprentices attending hybrid training complete the theoretical portions of their training online and the hands-on, practical components on campus in a shop setting. The current version of the technical training schedule is available here: https://saskapprenticeship.ca/technical-training-information/.

For additional information, please call 1-877-363-0356.

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Good luck to all the competitors at the 2021 Skills Virtual Competition! This week, apprentices, post-secondary students and high school students from across the province will showcase their skills in the skilled trade and technology sectors. They're also competing to represent our province at the Skills Canada Virtual National Competition in June.

While the competition typically takes place in locations open to the public across Saskatchewan, this year, due to the pandemic, competitors will participate individually from their own locations – whether it be their home, workplace, school or training facility.

Read more here: bit.ly/2PXzXgP
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Good luck to all the competitors at the 2021 Skills Canada Saskatchewan Virtual Competition! This week, apprentices, post-secondary students and high school students from across the province will showcase their skills in the skilled trade and technology sectors. Theyre also competing to represent our province at the Skills Canada Virtual National Competition in June.

While the competition typically takes place in locations open to the public across Saskatchewan, this year, due to the pandemic, competitors will participate individually from their own locations – whether it be their home, workplace, school or training facility. 

Read more here: https://bit.ly/2PXzXgP

One of the challenges of the Sask Youth Apprenticeship program is to complete the Young Worker Readiness Certificate course.

Inexperienced young workers are more likely to get hurt on the job and are less likely to know about employment standards than more experienced workers.

The course will help middle and high school students prepare for entry into the job market. It introduces workplace health and safety legislation, and workplace rights and responsibilities for employees and employers.

For more info or to take the course, visit: www.saskatchewan.ca/ywrcc
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One of the challenges of the Sask Youth Apprenticeship program is to complete the Young Worker Readiness Certificate course.

Inexperienced young workers are more likely to get hurt on the job and are less likely to know about employment standards than more experienced workers.

The course will help middle and high school students prepare for entry into the job market. It introduces workplace health and safety legislation, and workplace rights and responsibilities for employees and employers.

For more info or to take the course, visit: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/ywrcc
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