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International Application Process

As a tradesperson, there are five steps to apply to have your skills assessed in order to be allowed to challenge the Journeyperson exam.

STEP 1

Apply for Assessment by completing the application FORM 7 and provide evidence of your trade experience with the appropriate Form 6A for your trade. Pay the fees as noted.

STEP 2

Evidence Requirements: Supply credentials and transcripts, employer letters, and self-employment information (e.g. Business License).

STEP 3

Verification process: The SATCC Assessment Unit completes the assessment process. Verification of hours, dates and tasks performed will be completed for each employer Form 6A submitted.

  • Applicants in the compulsory trades must provide credentials and transcripts along with the Form 6A and employer letters. There are five compulsory trades in Saskatchewan: Construction Electrician, Plumber, Sheet Metal Worker, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic, and Sprinkler Fitter.
STEP 4

Results Letter: The SATCC Assessment Unit sends the applicant a letter with the results.

  • The results will indicate one of three outcomes – approved to challenge the exam, not approved to challenge the exam, or more information needed.
  • NOTE: The Results Letter IS NOT a Certificate of Qualification. It is only the results of the assessment.
STEP 5

Apply for Examination: Once approved, apply to challenge the Journeyperson exam.

The following flow chart illustrates the Trade Qualifier Application Process at a glance.
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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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