Government of Saskatchewan

2013 Tax Year Documents

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) has mailed out documents pertaining to the 2013 Taxation Year. - T2202A ‘Tuition, Education and Textbook Amount Certificate’ forms were mailed out on February 26, 2013 - T4E ‘Statement of Employment Insurance and Other Benefits’ forms were mailed out on February 25, 2013 – Information about Claiming Tuition Amount for Examinations,  […]

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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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Adam’s Blog – Coming Soon: Landscaping Season!

I am happy to say that it is really starting to look like the landscaping season will be here shortly. The weather is warmer, most of the snow is gone, and I have started to notice the buds on the trees swelling up as they get ready to break open. I have even seen some […]

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Tamara’s Blog – Life Changing

Hello, my name is Tamara. Let me start out by telling you a little bit about myself. I am a single mother of two wonderful kids, aged 10 and 13. I currently reside in the small town of Qu’Appelle, SK. My career goal is to become a journeyperson carpenter. I am currently attending school for […]

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Tania’s Blog – Spring is in the Air

I love spring.  The sun is up longer. The air is fresh and warm and best of all… All the nail polish lines release dozens of new bright colours! Hundreds of nail polish companies agonize all year and spend so much time researching and creating new colours so people like me and my clients can […]

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Gordon’s Blog – A Level Transmitter

Today I had a work order to replace a suspended level transmitter. That is a type of level transmitter that you wire up to the Delta V bolt, the indicating part to a bracket to throw the transducer (which is attached to the indicating part by a blue cable) into the tank. This is of […]

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Have what it takes? P.A. to host skills competition

The Skills Canada provincial competition is coming to Prince Albert once again this month. Read more.

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Apprenticeship in Action Spring 2014

The spring 2014 edition of Sask Apprenticeship’s newsletter, Apprenticeship in Action, is now available! Read it here.

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Gordon’s Blog – SIAST Tour

Today we had to tour a group of Instrumentation students from the Moose Jaw SIAST campus. These students are not apprenticeship students, but pre-employment students. They pay for the course, and hope to get a job when they have completed the course.  I like the Apprenticeship route of having a job and, in my case, […]

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Adam’s Blog – A Bigger Sandbox

I would have to say winter is my least favorite part of my trade. There just isn’t really all that much for a landscaper to do in the winter. After our last jobs are finished, and we get the garden center ready to be closed down for the season, I am laid off.  At least […]

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Gordon’s Blog – Training Review

Today I started reviewing the company training modules.  When you are hired, there are 38 training modules that you must read and be tested on before you are allowed in the work area. That is just the Surface General series. For Underground employees there are other modules they have to do as well. I think […]

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Tania’s Blog – Paperwork

It’s that time of year again. Tax time. I’m really proud of myself because I have taken the time to learn how to do all my business paperwork.  With the help of my accountant, I came up with a monthly and yearly spreadsheet to fill out and all I have to do is hand it […]

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