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Re-instaed Cancelled Apprentices PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 January 2012 15:28

Policy Respecting the Re-instatement of Cancelled Apprentices - Effective March 1, 2012

January 4, 2012

The SATCC has developed a policy regarding the re-instatement of cancelled apprentices who re-enter the apprenticeship program in the same trade.

Effective March 1, 2012, apprentices whose contracts of apprenticeship have been cancelled may be re-instated in the same trade as the previous contract without additional employer registration fees (currently $150) provided they apply within one year of the date of cancellation. The indenture (registration) date will remain the same.

Beyond one year from the date of cancellation, the employer registration fee must be submitted in full and the apprentice will be re-indentured with a new indenture (registration) date in the same trade as the previous contract.

EXAMPLES:
  1. Apprentice A’s apprenticeship contract was cancelled on March 5, 2011 and requests reinstatement in the same trade on March 2, 2012. Apprentice "A" does not have to pay the $150 registration fee and the indenture date remains the same as when the original contract of apprenticeship was registered.
  2. Apprentice B’s apprenticeship contract was cancelled on March 5, 2011 and requests reinstatement in the same trade on March 10, 2012. Apprentice "B" MUST submit the $150 registration fee along with the contract and the new indenture (registration) date becomes March 10, 2012.
Please note that if an apprentice registers in a different trade from the one in which they were cancelled, whether before or after one year of cancellation, this policy does not apply. A new trade requires a new contract along with the full registration fee.
 
Check out the Labour Market PDF Print E-mail
Written by Northern Apprenticeship Committee Coordinator   
Thursday, 17 November 2011 21:35

Labour Market Conditions of Apprenticeship Trades in Saskatchewan for 2010-2013

October 6, 2011

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission and the Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration jointly undertake an annual survey of labour market conditions for apprenticeship trades in Saskatchewan.

Read more about Labour Market Conditions of Apprenticeship Trades in Saskatchewan for 2010-2013

PROVINCE LAUNCHES SASKATCHEWAN INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

September 30, 2011

The Provincial Government has committed $3 million in new funding to create the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship program for post-secondary students, to match funding raised by post-secondary institutions through private sector and community-based partners.

Read more about PROVINCE LAUNCHES SASKATCHEWAN INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

 
Info Bullentin PDF Print E-mail
Written by Northern Apprenticeship Committee Coordinator   
Thursday, 15 September 2011 19:29

Information Bulletin - Apprenticeship Technical Training at SIAST

September 13, 2011.....quote from SATCC website

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) is working closely with its training partner, the Saskatchewan Institution of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), to ensure that any apprenticeship training interrupted during the week of September 5, 2011 is adjusted so that apprentices can achieve the intended outcomes of their programs. Some changes have been made to the apprenticeship technical training schedule as follows:


Courses Scheduled to Start Before September 12, 2011

All SIAST apprenticeship and upgrader courses which started August 22, August 29 and September 6, 2011 are extended by one week.

All Cook Day Release Apprenticeship courses will run as scheduled.

Courses Beginning September 12, 2011

All SIAST apprenticeship courses that started September 12, 2011 will run as scheduled.

Employment Insurance

Employment Insurance benefits will be revised to match adjusted training dates. The new training dates will be entered into the apprenticeship training schedule as they become available.

The SATCC very much values and appreciates our apprenticeship and trade certification clients and thanks them for their patience and understanding during the current situation. The information provided is intended to help you make decisions that are important to you and your families. Information updates will be posted to this website as soon as they are available and will also be posted on the SIAST website at www.campusupdate.ca. Please continue to monitor the www.saskapprenticeship.ca website regularly.

 
Labour Conditions For Saskatchewan PDF Print E-mail
Written by Northern Apprenticeship Committee Coordinator   
Thursday, 17 November 2011 21:32

Labour Market Conditions of Apprenticeship Trades in Saskatchewan for 2010-2013

October 6, 2011

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission and the Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration jointly undertake an annual survey of labour market conditions for apprenticeship trades in Saskatchewan.

Read more about Labour Market Conditions of Apprenticeship Trades in Saskatchewan for 2010-2013

PROVINCE LAUNCHES SASKATCHEWAN INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

September 30, 2011

The Provincial Government has committed $3 million in new funding to create the Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarship program for post-secondary students, to match funding raised by post-secondary institutions through private sector and community-based partners.

Read more about PROVINCE LAUNCHES SASKATCHEWAN INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

 
Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Northern Apprenticeship Committee Coordinator   
Thursday, 21 July 2011 20:03

What is SYA?

SYA - Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship -  raises awareness of apprenticeship in Saskatchewan schools by helping young people discover what rewards come with working in the skilled trades.  SYA enhances student career development by exploring the world of opportunities skilled trades offer Saskatchewan youth.

What is Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeship training is a great way to learn job skills while earning money. It combines hands-on learning where experts in a trade (called journeypersons) pass on their knowledge and expertise to employees (called apprentices) right on the job.  This practical training is combined with periods of technical training.  Learn more about the exciting career opportunities in the skilled trades by watching the video below.

What are the benefits to taking SYA in high school?

Besides getting a head start on career planning and having a record of yuor achievements, youth who complete all three levels and register as an apprentice in a designated trade receive the following benefits:

  1. waiver of registration fee (currently $150)
  2. waiver of first level of technical training tuition
  3. 100 hours of trade time credit per SYA level completed

The SYA Program may also be available to those who are not high school students. The financial waivers do not apply in those cases.

 
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