Welcome New Apprentices.
Remember, to be eligible for apprenticeship training, you must be employed in the trade. Once you are employed, you and your employer submit the following to the SATCC:
- Form 1 – Employer Application for Registration of Apprenticeship Contract
- Form A – Contract Between Apprentice and Employer
- Or Form B – Contract Between Apprentice and Joint Training Committee
- Form 6A – Trade-specific Verification of Trade Experience, found on the trade page through Designated Trades
- Your high school transcript and transcript for any technical training – Request for High School Transcripts
- Please refer to the fee schedule.
- Your grade twelve transcript (with no modified classes) or GED 12 is your guarantee that you meet the educational entrance requirements for apprenticeship in Saskatchewan. Learn more about What are the Entrance Requirements Training?
The SATCC works hard to ensure that people find success in the apprenticeship program by accessing IXL Learning. Through computer-based online learning, it helps people to update their literacy and math skills. People will be referred to IXL Learning by the SATCC’s Assessment Unit. Most commonly, clients who do not have the necessary entrance requirements, or need to upgrade various skills during technical training will be referred to the program.
IXL Learning’s skills are aligned to the Saskatchewan Curriculum Outcomes providing comprehensive coverage of Math and English Language Arts concepts and applications. Clients taking the Entrance Requirements Training will have six (6) months to complete the training, and must meet the required score in each learning outcome. Once complete, and if all other admission requirements have been met, the client will be notified that they qualify to move forward with apprenticeship. Access to this program will be provided for a fee of $25 effective October 1, 2016.
- What is the Entrance Requirements Training process?
- Frequently Asked Questions about Entrance Requirements Training
As an apprentice, you will spent approximately 85% of your time working on the job, learning the knowledge and skills associated with a trade from a certified journeyperson. The remaining time is spent in theoretical and technical in-school training, which reinforces and expands upon what you have learned on the job.
It is your responsibility to:
- know what is involved in your trade; learn; apply skill; work diligently for your employer.
- attend training when notified
- submit your trade time experience to the SATCC training coordinator at least every six months
- advise the SATCC training coordinator if you:
- have a change of address
- work for a different employer – when you begin working for a new employer, you must complete a new contract of apprenticeship.
If you required math upgrading, please see: Online Math Upgrading
If you require someone other than yourself to receive information regarding your apprenticeship, please fill out the Consent to Release Personal Information
For more information:
- Click on your trade under the Designated Trades section to review your trade-related information, such as:
- Trade Information
- A Guide to Course Content
- On-the-Job Training Guide
- Level Examination information
- Interprovincial Journeyperson Examination information
- Form 6A Verification of Trade Experience
- Review general apprenticeship information under the Pamphlets page
- Review Support Programs
- The Skilled Trades Network is a national centralized resource and community for employers and apprentices in the skilled trades. Access information about training programs and financial supports. Obtain practical tips and strategies, network and share your experiences with others.