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RE-START SATCC SERVICES

Re-Start SATCC Services Plan

Overview

The Government of Saskatchewan announced the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan April 23, 2020.

In alignment with the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, the SATCC has developed its own plans to re-start SATCC services that were paused due to COVID-19.

Safety is the top priority for our employees and clients, and citizen service was a key consideration in determining when to re-start services.

We are re-starting services gradually, following the direction of public health officials.

Our plans are flexible and may need to change, depending on the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Examinations

Special sit and regular sit examinations will be scheduled again, beginning the week of June 22, 2020.

Apprentices and tradespeople whose exams were cancelled as a result of COVID-19 will be the first to have their exams rescheduled. If your exam was cancelled in the spring, you will be contacted directly by an SATCC staff member.

Exams will not take place in SATCC offices. They will take place off-site at third-party locations to ensure there is enough room for appropriate physical distancing.

Psychoeducational Assessments

Psychoeducational assessments will be scheduled again, beginning the week of June 22, 2020.

Apprentices whose assessments were cancelled as a result of COVID-19 will be the first to have their assessments rescheduled. If your assessment was cancelled as a result of COVID-19, you will be contacted directly by an SATCC staff member.

Assessments will not take place in SATCC offices. They will take place off-site at third-party locations to ensure there is enough room for appropriate physical distancing.

2020-21 Training Schedule

Technical training will resume in the fall.

The 2020-21 training schedule is available here: https://saskapprenticeship.ca/quick-links/technical-training-information/

In many cases, training will be delivered via a hybrid training model – a combination of online and in-person learning.

The SATCC will make its best effort to reschedule apprentices whose spring training was cancelled as a result of COVID-19 first.

For more information on SATCC office services, see Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert offices open once again – Monday, July 13, 2020.

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