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Are you a skilled tradesperson who wants to give back to the apprenticeship training system? Or, are you an employer who is interested in ensuring the apprenticeship system is top notch and up to date to meet industry's changing needs?  

We need your involvement in order to keep the apprenticeship training program relevant and up-to-date in an ever changing labour market.

There are three (3) industry boards for every designated trade in Saskatchewan whose involvement and input are vital to keep apprenticeship training current. They are:

  1. Trade Board (TB) information
  2. Curriculum and Examination Development Board (CEDB) information
  3. Trade Examining Board (TEB) information
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Sask Apprenticeship

The SATCC Field Team was hard at work repairing Regina's community fridge located on Dewdney Avenue Wednesday morning!

Community fridges offer free food to anyone who needs it, relying on donations to keep the fridge stocked and running.

The SATCC team stocked the fridge, created new doors and repaired the structure that houses a fridge, freezer and pantry, with supplies generously donated by Fries Tallman Lumber.
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"I am a role model to my young nieces and nephews. I have little cousins that look up to me. I want to show them that their auntie can do anything that she puts her mind to."

Olivia, a third-year Automotive Service Technician apprentice, talks about her apprenticeship journey and how the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies helped her along the way.

Read her story, and more apprenticeship updates, in our latest newsletter: mailchi.mp/b8904524a394/apprenticeship-in-action-newsletter-july-6099701
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I am a role model to my young nieces and nephews. I have little cousins that look up to me. I want to show them that their auntie can do anything that she puts her mind to.

Olivia, a third-year Automotive Service Technician apprentice, talks about her apprenticeship journey and how the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies helped her along the way.

Read her story, and more apprenticeship updates, in our latest newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/b8904524a394/apprenticeship-in-action-newsletter-july-6099701
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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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