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Learning Services

Learning Services provides help to coordinate academic and exam writing support. If you are struggling with your technical training or have been unsuccessful in your certification examination attempts, you may be referred to Learning Services to explore resources available to support your success.

Contact Learning Services:

[email protected]

603 – 45th Street West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan  S7L 5W5
Phone: (306) 933-8476
Fax: (306) 933-7663

Accessibility Services

Accessibility Services helps to coordinate support for students with disabilities to reduce barriers to success and ensure equal access to learning. A disability is defined as a permanent condition that interferes with success in an educational setting. Some examples of disabilities include: Specific Learning Disorder/Learning Disability, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), hearing or visual impairments, mental health or psychiatric diagnoses, or medical diagnoses.  SATCC uses the definition of a disability as defined in section 2 of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code.

If you have a disability as described in the Human Rights Code, that has previously been diagnosed, you will need to provide documentation from a licensed healthcare provider so your disability can be verified by SATCC to receive supports or accommodations.

Documentation of Disabilities: To determine eligibility for support during your training and exams, you need to provide documentation verifying your disability. You may have your licensed healthcare provider complete the Verification of Disability Form or provide a copy of a psychoeducational/psychological assessment report (for learning disabilities) completed by a Registered Psychologist. You can submit your documentation to our Saskatoon Office.

Contact Accessibility Services:

[email protected]

603 – 45th Street West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan  S7L 5W5
Phone: (306) 933-8476
Fax: (306) 933-7663

Note: If you choose to submit documentation via email, please understand that the security of information submitted this way cannot be guaranteed. For the greatest security submit documentation by registered mail or drop it off at one of our offices.

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