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There are 49 designated trades and 20 sub-trades in Saskatchewan.

To find out more information on each trade, we suggest you read through our Designated Trades pages.

However, if you’d like a quick snapshot of each trade, our infographics are also a great resource. We encourage sharing to further promote the trade.

Please watch for additional infographics to come in the near future.

Agricultural Equipment Technician
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Boilermaker
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Bricklayer
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Cabinetmaker and Carpenter
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Cook
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Esthetician
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Electronics Assembler
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Food and Beverage Person and Guest Services Representative
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Hairstylist and Esthetician
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Heavy Duty Equipment Technician
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Landscape Horticulturist
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Machinist
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Metal Fabricator and Welder
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Motor Vehicle Body Repairer and Automotive Painter
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Partsperson
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Plumber and Steamfitter-Pipefitter
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Recreational Vehicle Service Technician
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Red Seal Endorsement (RSE)
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Roofer
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Sprinkler Fitter
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Truck and Transport Mechanic
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Did you know Food and Beverage Person is a designated trade in Saskatchewan? Food and Beverage Persons take and relay food and drink orders to kitchen and bar staff, recommend wines, and serve food and beverages. Organizational skills are essential and patience and a positive attitude are assets to working in this trade.

Training takes a minimum of two years, including a total of 1,800 hours of workplace and technical training each year, for a total of 3,600 hours.

Learn more: saskapprenticeship.ca/designated_trades/food-and-beverage-person/
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Did you know Food and Beverage Person is a designated trade in Saskatchewan? Food and Beverage Persons take and relay food and drink orders to kitchen and bar staff, recommend wines, and serve food and beverages. Organizational skills are essential and patience and a positive attitude are assets to working in this trade.

Training takes a minimum of two years, including a total of 1,800 hours of workplace and technical training each year, for a total of 3,600 hours.

Learn more: https://saskapprenticeship.ca/designated_trades/food-and-beverage-person/

Timeline PhotosGood news! Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced $13 million in new funding for Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Sask Apprenticeship. This new funding will help deliver a variety of education and skills training for jobs in long-term care, increase the number of apprentices in the province, and continue to grow an engaged and inclusive workforce for the future. Learn more:
#SKCareerTraining #Training #StudyInSask #Education
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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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