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Trades Qualifier Application Pilot Project – 2015

The SATCC will be participating in a pilot project organized by the Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship (CCDA). If you are submitting a Trades Qualifier application for Construction Electrician, Carpenter or Heavy Duty Equipment Technician between May 1 and July 31, 2015, you will be using the revised Trades Qualifier Application package that is […]

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Payments at SATCC Regional Offices

As of July 1, 2015, the SATCC will no longer be taking cash from clients in any office outside of Regina. Field Consultants will no longer be accepting payments when at the institutes. This ensures that we are open to our clients through our regular hours in our regional offices. It also minimizes the risk […]

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2014 Tax Year Documents

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) has mailed out documents pertaining to the 2014 Taxation Year. – T2202A ‘Tuition, Education and Textbook Amount Certificate’ forms were mailed out on January 19, 2015 – T4E ‘Statement of Employment Insurance and Other Benefits’ forms were mailed out on February 25, 2015 – Information about Examinations fee that are now […]

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Canada Apprentice Loan

Minister Ritz announced the launch of the Canada Apprentice Loan in Saskatchewan to help apprentices complete their training. News Release Government of Canada website More information

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Online Math Program

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission is happy to announce that online math is available for all apprentices at no cost. The program provides open access for all apprentices to enhance their math skills prior to technical training  through an online program. Various courses are available to everyone – from those looking for a […]

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Hybrid Carpenter Training

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), in cooperation with SIAST, has developed Carpenter apprenticeship technical training programs that combine online theory learning with in-class practical training.  Registered apprentices now have the opportunity to participate in this training for Level 2 or for level 3.  Level 4 training will be available in 2015. Hybrid […]

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New Carpenter Apprenticeship Technical Training Format

New Carpenter Apprenticeship Technical Training Format Now Available for Carpenter Level 2 or Level 3 Apprenticeship Programs The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC), in cooperation with SIAST, have developed Carpenter apprenticeship technical training programs that combine online theory learning with in-class practical training. This training format is now available in both Level 2 […]

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Volunteer at Skills Canada!

Skills Canada is holding the national competition in Saskatoon from May 27th to 29th. This event highlights the exceptional talent of skilled trades people. In addition to the competitions themselves, there will be many try-a-trade booths and exhibits to provide the opportunity for all visitors to see what the trades are all about. Many young […]

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Relevance 2015 Magazine – Careers by Design

This magazine is about taking charge of your choices and designing your career path. Check out the latest edition.

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Tamara’s Blog – New Year

So the New Year is here, and it came too quickly! I am amazed how fast 2014 came and went. My two weeks off of work happened too fast (as most time off does). I also should have worked out a bit (yeah right) to keep in shape, as it’s now day two back and […]

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Tania’s Blog – “Nails are jewels, not tools!”

That’s a quote from one of my Esthetics teachers from way back when I was in school. I try to imbed this into my client’s heads all the time. The ones who have beautiful hands and nails are the one who use cuticle oil religiously, use a nightly hand cream and wear gloves when doing […]

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Adam’s Blog – Year End Projects

Now that everything I can do is done at the shop, I am one hundred percent done for the season. Some of the last things I had to do after finishing the greenhouse was getting trucks and trailers cleaned out, as well as a bit of maintenance on some hand tools. I also cleaned and […]

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