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MyATC Is Live

We have launched a new, client-facing online system called MyATC on Monday, January 10, 2022.

Access MyATC here: https://satcc.service-now.com/myatc/ 

We’re excited to share this new system with you. It will enable our clients to better manage their own apprenticeship and certification pathways.

Apprentices can register for technical training and exams, submit trade time hours, and update their personal information.

Employers can track employees who are registered apprentices and approve apprenticeship trade time hours. Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) Champions can track the progress of their school’s SYA participants. They can also request and access SYA completion certificates using the system.

Please note: The SATCC is currently sending emails to clients, such as results from exams, by generating an email from MyATC. Some clients have reported that these emails have been going to their junk mail. If you are expecting an email from SATCC and do not see it in your inbox, please check your junk mail folder for an email from the sender [email protected]

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Eight individuals gained hands-on experience and training in the Carpentry, Welding, Construction Electrician and Plumbing trades.

This program was a proposal submitted as part of the Indigenous Apprenticeship Initiative (IAI) program. Applications for this year's IAI program close May 26.
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Congratulations to the graduates of the Ochapowace Nation Multi-Trades program!

Eight individuals gained hands-on experience and training in the Carpentry, Welding, Construction Electrician and Plumbing trades.

This program was a proposal submitted as part of the Indigenous Apprenticeship Initiative (IAI) program. Applications for this years IAI program close May 26.

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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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