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Table of l contents Life on Campus..................................................................................................................................................... 2 How to Apply......................................................................................................................................................... 6 International Students............................................................................................................................................ 10 Education Equity................................................................................................................................................... 12 Recognition of Prior Learning................................................................................................................................. 14 Hands-on Learning................................................................................................................................................ 16 Programs............................................................................................................................................................. 18 Applied/Visual Media.......................................................................................................................................... 18 Aviation.............................................................................................................................................................. 20 Business............................................................................................................................................................ 22 Education and Early Learning............................................................................................................................. 24 Engineering Technology..................................................................................................................................... 26 Health Services.................................................................................................................................................. 28 Hospitality.......................................................................................................................................................... 30 Human Services................................................................................................................................................. 32 Industrial/Trades................................................................................................................................................. 34 Justice............................................................................................................................................................... 36 Natural Resources.............................................................................................................................................. 38 Nursing.............................................................................................................................................................. 40 Science.............................................................................................................................................................. 42 Technology......................................................................................................................................................... 44 Apprenticeship...................................................................................................................................................... 46 Advanced & Applied Certificates............................................................................................................................ 47 Basic Education.................................................................................................................................................... 48 Programs by Campus............................................................................................................................................ 49 Index..................................................................................................................................................................... 52

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Life C on At SIAST, real-life learning leads directly to employment opportunities in the field of your choice. It’s an approach that earns consistently high employment rates for our graduates… and consistently excellent reviews of our grads by employers. But we realize there’s more to your education than what takes place in the classroom or on work placements. We offer a uniquely supportive academic and social environment – one designed to help you succeed in your studies and fully enjoy your student experience. Additional information on campus life at SIAST can be found by visiting goSIAST.com and clicking on “Student Services.”


C Campus ABORIGINAL ACTIVITY CENTRES

counselling SERVICES

Each SIAST campus is home to an Aboriginal activity centre. The centres host culturally affirming events for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students and employees. You will also find a number of other services including access to Elders, counselling and advice.

Counsellors at each campus provide information and counselling services to students and the general public. Issues discussed within the context of a counselling interaction remain confidential. Counsellors offer guidance and advice related to: • academic, financial and personal concerns • career development • program selection • accommodation for students with disabilities Throughout the academic year, Counselling in cooperation with Learning Services may offer workshops to help students succeed.

ACCOMMODATIONS Housing registries are available at each campus. The registries are a great help, whether you are looking for an apartment, room-and-board, room only or shared accommodation. Students attending our Regina campus might also have the option of living in residence at the nearby University of Regina campus. Students attending our Prince Albert campus can apply for accommodations in our family housing complex.

BOOKSTORES You can purchase all your textbooks, course manuals, instruments and some supplies from the bookstore at your program’s home campus. You’ll receive an estimate of costs for books and supplies with your acceptance letter and the specific list of books and supplies during registration week. We recommend that you wait until then to purchase them.

CHILD CARE SIAST campuses in Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon offer child care centres. Each centre accommodates children of varying ages in a safe and friendly environment.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Student Employment Services staff at each campus help you explore employment opportunities in your field. Services vary by campus but may include: • arranging on-campus interviews and employer visits • communicating with potential employers about job opportunities • contacting unemployed graduates about job opportunities • posting job opportunities

FOOD SERVICES/STUDENT LOUNGES Each SIAST campus has one or more spots to purchase meals or snacks, as well as a student lounge where you can recharge with some coffee and conversation.

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HEALTH SERVICES

LIBRARIES

Whether you’re feeling stressed out, need treatment or support or require specific health information, as a SIAST student you have access to a registered nurse at any of our main campuses. Services are confidential and available on an appointment or walk-in basis. Health services include: • accident follow-up • health information and counselling • health promotion activities • immunizations • minor first aid • referrals to health professionals

SIAST libraries connect you with the information you need – no matter where you are. Access a comprehensive collection of books, videos, magazines, journals, government publications, statistics, software and more. • Well-equipped campus libraries provide access to photocopiers, computers, quiet study areas, audiovisual viewing rooms and adaptive technologies for students with disabilities. • Online libraries let you search the online catalogue; search journal, magazine and newspaper databases; read e-books right on your computer and request and renew articles, books and videos.

Learning SERVICES

PARKING & TRANSIT

Need a little one-on-one help? Take advantage of on-campus Learning Services for help with: • academic skills • communication skills • computer use • learning strategies Learning Services also organizes group presentations on topics such as: • exam anxiety • math skills • study skills • time management • writing skills

• Paid student parking is available, and all SIAST campuses are served by public transit. • If you live in Regina but go to school at SIAST Palliser Campus in Moose Jaw, you can purchase monthly bus passes with the Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC).

RECREATION Having fun is an integral part of student life at SIAST. Recreation Services staff at each campus provide opportunities for you to get moving and get involved in: • fitness classes • athletics • special interest clubs • extracurricular activities


• fitness assessments and programs • intramurals • special events and tournaments Facilities and recreation offerings vary by campus.

SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES A financial boost is always welcome! You can apply for numerous awards that recognize academic and other achievements, such as community involvement. Some bursaries and scholarships are available to all SIAST students, while others are for students attending a specific campus or program, or for education equity students. Check with the SIAST Donor and Alumni Relations office at any main campus for more information or check the entrance awards guide available on the SIAST website under “Get There Fast – Scholarships.”

Student Associations School spirit thrives at SIAST! Energetic student associations at each campus represent student interests to SIAST administration and promote cultural, social, educational and recreational programs for members. All students enrolled in SIAST programs and courses automatically are members of their home campus student association. Minimal membership fees help fund services such as: • accident insurance • resumé service • dental and health plans • family-oriented activities • intramural activities • leadership scholarship awards • social events • student advocacy and representation • student agenda/handbook • student discount cards • subsidies to plan and implement activities • used books • vending machines and arcade games Student association offerings vary by campus.

Make the Right Choice n s ign up on myChoice by visiting myChoice.goSIAST.com n register for a Come. See. Investigate. (CSI) SIAST event or book a campus tour to learn about career options n discuss your career plans and program choices with a SIAST counsellor n take an interest and skills inventory test (available on all four campuses) n arrange to visit the campus or program that interests you n find out about job options in your field of interest

Take the First Steps n c  heck the SIAST website at goSIAST.com for full program details and updated info n log-in to your myChoice account and click on “Program Information”, then pick your program of interest and follow the links:

•  Academic Readiness – What do I need to know to be successful in the program? •  Personal Readiness – What are the six main areas I need to consider to manage my personal life effectively when at school? •  What’s the work like? – Find out what you can expect upon starting your career after you graduate.

n determine whether you meet admission requirements n complete any necessary upgrading n inquire about potential start dates for particular programs n double-check your application and ask for help if you need it n  find out if you are eligible under SIAST’s Education Equity Program

Prepare for Success n check into student loans n apply for scholarships (check our website or call us) n check out sponsorship opportunities n calculate all of your training costs (tuition, books, supplies and other fees)

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How to


Apply When should i apply?

You can apply as soon as you are enrolled in the courses and at the grade level you require for admission. For instance, for a program where Grade 12 is an admission requirement, you may apply in September of your Grade 12 year. Refer to SIAST’s website under “Admission & Registration” for details: goSIAST.com/admissions. Note: The application period for high-demand programs for the next academic year is October 1 to February 15. SIAST’s high-demand programs are: • Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology • Dental Hygiene • Medical Laboratory Assistant (effective for 2013 intake) • Medical Laboratory Technology • Medical Radiologic Technology • Power Engineering Technology • Practical Nursing

HOW DO I APPLY? You can apply online, in person or by mail. Apply online at goSIAST.com, print a copy of the application form from the website or obtain a paper copy of the application form from any SIAST campus. Complete the application form and submit it with the required $50 non-refundable application fee. Applicants who apply online must be prepared to pay the application fee by Visa or MasterCard. You may apply for more than one program, but you must submit a separate application form and pay the application fee for each program or program site you apply to.

One of the measures we take to increase opportunities for the designated groups in our Education Equity Program is to reserve a percentage of program seats for applicants from the designated groups. If one (or more) of the designated groups (see page 12) applies to you, please check off the appropriate item(s) on your Application for Admission form.

WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO DO? Along with your completed application form and $50 application fee, you will need to include: • An official transcript of your high school marks. If you have already completed the high school requirements for admission, arrange for an official transcript to be forwarded electronically to us by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education or from the appropriate provincial ministry of education if your requirements were completed outside of Saskatchewan; OR • A preliminary statement of high school standing. If you are currently completing high school requirements for admission, a conditional admission can be granted based on preliminary results – just complete the preliminary statement of high school standing on the application form. Upon completion of the requirements, you must arrange for a final official transcript to be sent electronically by the appropriate provincial ministry of education. Final official transcripts are required by August 1. • All other forms required by the program. High-demand programs have additional selection criteria on top of regular academic admission requirements. All admission requirements are detailed on our program web pages at goSIAST.com.

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WHAT HAPPENS NExt? After you are accepted into your program, you will receive an acceptance letter from SIAST letting you know your start date, tuition fees and other costs (such as books, supplies and student association fees). If you are a sponsored student, your sponsoring agency will need to provide us with written confirmation of your sponsorship. In your acceptance letter, we will ask you to pay a $300 tuition deposit within 30 days to hold your spot in the program, so plan that cost into your budget when you apply. If you are not offered a seat in the program to which you apply, you will be required to reapply to the next year’s intake. Please visit our website for additional details.

WHAT IF I DO NOT MEET THE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS? If you do not meet admission requirements, you have several options: • If you have been out of school for at least one year you can upgrade through a Basic Education program at SIAST (see page 53) or through your high school or community regional college. • You may qualify for special admission. Contact a SIAST counsellor at any campus for details. Special admission may include: – use of an assessment tool called ACCUPLACER that tests math and English skills, and/or – consideration of previously completed certificates, diplomas and degrees from recognized post-secondary institutions. • You may be able to begin your studies as a part-time, unclassified student. Unclassified students are students who are registered in a SIAST course but who are not currently admitted to a SIAST program. Note: Because English is the language of instruction and examination at SIAST, applicants whose first or primary language is not English will need to provide evidence of sufficient English skills as an admission requirement. Contact a SIAST counsellor for more information or visit goSIAST.com and click Admission & Registration – English Language Requirement.

READY OR NOT? We can help. If you’re heading into a health care or technology program, prepare yourself by signing up for Math for Health Care Providers or Pre-Technology Math. Courses run mid- to late August. For more information call 1-866-goSIAST.

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SIAST offers flexible and distance learning through online, evening and daytime classes so you can learn with SIAST virtually anywhere.


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Meagan MacLean knows just how challenging it can be to find your way after high school. She bartended, waited tables, worked in retail and did a year of university. Then, at 24, she enrolled in SIAST’s Business program (“I needed to be doing something”), never expecting it would lead to a permanent, full-time “dream” job in marketing. The job offer came in her second year at SIAST during her co-op placement as a marketing assistant with MNP, a national chartered accounting and business consulting firm. “I didn’t think SIAST would have such high-calibre co-op placements. That speaks to its reputation in the business community.” At MNP, she juggled everything from market research and strategic planning to event coordination and ad campaign creation. When she graduated recently, she packed her bags (again!) and returned to the firm as a regional marketing coordinator, having finally found her niche. Meagan attributes her success, in part, to knowing more about herself and her learning style. “I’ve always worked well in small classes, and I like being held accountable. At SIAST, all of my teachers knew me by name. I felt I had to push myself to bring out what I knew they saw in me.”

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*SIAST students from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.


International Students

SIAST welcomes international students to learn in Saskatchewan or study SIAST programs abroad. International graduates are prepared to either begin working in their home country or in Canada with the Post-Graduate Work Permit program, or transfer to a university to complete their degree. SIAST places heavy emphasis on providing hands-on training, often incorporating training into workplace settings. For more information on how to study at SIAST in Canada, visit goSIAST.com/international.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT The language of instruction at SIAST is English. If your first or primary language is not English, you will need to provide evidence of your English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. These skills are required to be successful in a SIAST program. For further details, visit goSIAST.com/admissions/ english_language_requirement.shtml.

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SIAST gives away more than $1.4 million in student awards annually.

How to Apply to study at SIAST in canada

• Meet the English language requirement • Find the right program for you • Submit your application • Wait until you receive notice from SIAST about the status of your application • Apply for a study permit or visa from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) • Ensure your passport and other documents are accurate and valid • Arrange for your travel and accommodation • Pay your tuition and fees For information on how to study abroad at SIAST partner institutions, go to goSIAST.com/programs/international.

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Education

EQUITY SIAST is committed to developing a student body that represents every segment of Saskatchewan’s population – our Education Equity Program provides a framework to achieve our education equity goals. We take measures to identify, eliminate and/or reduce systemic practices that may create barriers for members of designated groups. Some of these measures include: • arranging exam accommodations • assisting with peer note taking • co-ordinating access to programs • co-ordinating assistive technology • pre-testing • program planning • providing culturally sensitive counselling • providing pre-admission consultations Counsellors at each campus are ready to offer guidance related to the services and provisions available. Talk to us if you are a member of one of the designated equity groups: • people of Aboriginal ancestry • women interested in trades and technology • people with permanent disabilities • members of visible minority groups


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Growing up on the family farm, Kevin Dahlsjo had never cooked a meal before high school. Then, a home economics course whetted his appetite for cooking, so he enrolled in SIAST’s Professional Cooking program a couple of years later. Today, Kevin is head chef and owner of Two by Dahlsjo, a cozy 26-seat restaurant in Prince Albert, where the farm-fresh menu changes weekly. He also runs Sublime Catering and still finds time to “have a life,” which includes getting married and the occasional game of golf or baseball. Kevin’s a laid-back guy, but, as an entrepreneur who watches his bottom line, he knows just how important it is to accurately cost out food. He learned that skill at SIAST, and more. “The chefs – the instructors – at SIAST were top-notch. They’d all worked in the industry and at some amazing places. They guided me in the right direction.” Clearly so. Last year, Western Living magazine dubbed him one of the “Top 40 Foodies Under 40” to watch. And, for three consecutive years, Kevin has been chosen as one of Saskatchewan’s top 10 chefs to compete in Gold Medal Plates’ Canadian Culinary Championships.

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Recognition of PRIOR

LEARNING SIAST Values Your Prior Learning PLAR

You have knowledge and skills that you learned through experience or non-formally.

Transfer Credits

You have knowledge and skills that you learned formally at another recognized institution.


PLAR Save time and money as you reach your goals. Through the prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR) process, you can seek academic credit for the knowledge you’ve already gained through life and work experiences. PLAR considers a variety of ways people learn, such as: • independent study • volunteer work • industry training • workshops • on-the-job training • work experience

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why SIAST?

SIAST has more than 150 programs to choose from, ranging from Practical Nursing to Professional Cooking.

Transfer Credits Transfer credits are the educational equivalent of two-for-the-priceof-one. They allow post-secondary students and graduates to pursue additional education in a particular field without going “back to square one.” In some instances, transfer credits mean you can get a degree and a diploma in as little as four years. These are some of the benefits of transfer credits: • Greater flexibility: Diploma programs provide practical training, which gives you marketable skills in two years. Whether or not you pursue additional education, you’ll have in-demand job skills. • Better return on investment: Tuition costs for a SIAST diploma are often lower than tuition for university degree programs, so you save money. And with diploma programs, you get started on the career of your choice in two years or less. That’s better value for your money. • More one-on-one attention: SIAST classes are often smaller than university classes, which lets you get to know your classmates better and allows instructors to give you more individual attention. SIAST is continually negotiating transfer credit agreements with universities and other colleges. Check out our website, by scanning the QR code below for up-to-date information about transfer credits for the program you’re interested in or visit goSIAST.com/admissions/transfer_credit.shtml

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Hands-on LEARNING HIGH SCHOOL TO CAREER IN 2 YEARS SIAST can take you from high school to the career of your choice in as little as two years. Think about that. Two years from now you could be pulling down a good wage working at a job you enjoy. Your fast track to a career starts at SIAST. SIAST teaches the skills you need to succeed. Our co-op education terms and workplace practicums mean you get on-the-job experience. Class projects focus on real-world topics and attract industry participation. Smaller class sizes mean more one-on-one time with your instructors. When you are in class, the focus isn’t just on lectures; it’s about learning hands-on skills in labs and demos. Behind the scenes, program advisory committees ensure your curriculum is relevant and up-to-date. Innovative networking events connect you with potential employers. And, with many programs, the door is open to use your SIAST credentials as a stepping stone to a university degree, professional designation or advanced professional standing.

GET OUT THERE There’s a reason almost 97% of surveyed SIAST grads said they’d found work.* Our programs are career focused and results oriented. That means our graduates are job ready. That’s a big advantage in today’s market. Top employers are competing to recruit quality employees – and they like the blend of knowledge, skills and experience SIAST grads demonstrate. A SIAST education gives you an edge in the job market from Day 1. *2007, two years after graduation.

why SIAST? Small class sizes mean your instructors will actually know your name and will have more time to spend helping you learn.


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When Ché Freistadt enrolled in SIAST’s Telecommunications/Radio Systems Technician program it was supposed to be a stepping stone to university. But he quickly got hooked on the hands-on courses, which tapped into his natural curiosity. “I like to figure out how stuff works. I loved the program.” So much so that he went on to complete the advanced certificate in SIAST’s Telecommunications/Radio Systems Technician program. Program highlights included making a robot and an AM/FM radio. “I soldered, I built, I drilled and practised hand-eye coordination – something you can’t learn from sitting in a classroom listening to an instructor.” He also appreciated the camaraderie of small classes. “We were a tight-knit group. We had an Ultimate Frisbee team. And there were days when we’d break out into song,” he says, recalling a particularly memorable take on “Bohemian Rhapsody.” After he graduated, job offers were plentiful. Ché is now an engineer assistant with SaskTel, where he designs and purchases elements for core networks. He hopes to one day land a position in the company’s test lab.

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Applied/ visual media Applied/Visual Media: Program Cluster

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Entry-Level Training

Start with New Media Communications certificate: New Media Communications: Base Program (Certificate)

Add any 2 Advanced Certificates to earn a diploma: ADVANCED Training

Dynamic Web Development

Interactive Media Production

Digital Graphic Design

(Advanced Certificate)

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FLEXIBILITY IS BUILT IN SIAST’s flexible New Media Communications program lets you earn a diploma by taking any two of three advanced certificates: Dynamic Web Development, Interactive Media Production or Digital Graphic Design. Even better, courses for all three specialties are available entirely through online education. • Get your degree – New Media Communications and Media Arts Production diploma graduates can apply to transfer SIAST credits to a degree program at Athabasca University. • The printing industry wants you! Students enrolled in the Graphic Communications program are eligible to apply for a Canadian Printing Industry Association scholarship. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarships and awards information and more.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

Technology is creating amazing new avenues for creative expression – web, interactive media, computer animation, digital video and film. It all adds up to more career opportunities than ever before – careers that let you imagine, explore and create as part of your everyday work life. SIAST has the programs to get you started on a career where you can design your own future.

Graphic Communications – diploma m Location: Regina Duration: 68 weeks

Media Arts Production – certificate m Location: Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 35 weeks

Additional Requirements: Basic computer literacy (word processing and spreadsheets) strongly recommended.

Media Arts Production – diploma m Location: Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 35 weeks Additional Requirements: Media Arts Production certificate.

New Media Communications – certificate m Location: Prince Albert, Regina, some distance learning Duration: 35 weeks Additional Requirements: Basic computer literacy recommended.

New Media Communications – diploma Location: Prince Albert, distance learning Duration: see goSIAST.com

Additional Requirements: SIAST New Media Communications certificate. Diploma requires completion of two of Digital Graphic Design, Dynamic Web Development, or Interactive Media Production.

m Program accepts international students.

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Few careers offer the sense of adventure and freedom that comes with flying. As a commercial pilot, you can build a career that suits your lifestyle – be a flight instructor, float plane pilot, air taxi pilot, pilot for regional and major airlines and more.


Award-winning The Commercial Pilot program has won an Air Transport Association of Canada Innovation Award and Saskatchewan Labour Force Development Board Award, earning SIAST national recognition as a leading provider of commercial pilot training.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

SIAST’s Commercial Pilot program is offered in partnership with the Saskatchewan Aviation Council. You’ll alternate ground school training with actual flying experience at your home flying school. Instructors are active commercial pilots. You will need a private pilot’s licence to enter the program.

Commercial Pilot – diploma m Location: Saskatoon Duration: 30 weeks

Additional Requirements: Private Pilot’s License. Physics 30, Foundations of Math 20, Pre-Calculus 20 or Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 recommended. Category 1 Medical Certificate from Transport Canada approved medical examiner.

Fly off into the blue yonder On successful completion of the program, you will be a qualified commercial pilot with multi-engine flying and instrument flight ratings – essential building blocks to a career in commercial flying. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

why SIAST? SIAST has affordable tuition, less than most universities.

m Program accepts international students.

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lbusiness Business is evolving at a tremendous pace. Best practices today are revolutionized by new ideas tomorrow. SIAST programs can give you the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in this rapid-change environment.

YEAR 1: Start with Business Basics If you’re planning on a career in business, you’ll need a basic business skill set. SIAST’s one-year Business certificate program gives you a well-rounded overview of accounting, management, computers, communications, marketing, human resources, economics, financial mathematics, statistics and more.

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YEAR 2: Choose Your Specialty After you graduate from our one-year Business certificate program, you can either jump into the workforce or continue your SIAST education by taking a second-year diploma. Specialize in accountancy, administration, financial services, human resources, insurance or marketing.


SIAST offers career fairs, on-campus employer visits and programspecific job market postings to connect Business students with employers. Every year, our graduates are actively recruited by companies from across Western Canada. Many of our programs are recognized by leading national associations that let you earn a professional designation in your area of expertise. • Maximum returns – Whether you choose a one-year certificate or two-year diploma, SIAST provides real-world skills, smaller class sizes, more one-on-one interaction with instructors and lower overall tuition. Now that’s a great return on your investment. • Start your degree here – SIAST’s transfer credit agreement with the University of Regina lets Business diploma graduates apply for transfer into the third year of the U of R’s Bachelor of Administration program. • Be your own boss – SIAST’s Entrepreneurship and Small Business program is designed for students looking to be their own bosses. We emphasize hands-on training, real-world case studies and mentoring from experienced business owners. When you graduate, you’ll have a comprehensive business plan for turning your great idea into a real, functioning business. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

Admission Requirements Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS Accounting – certificate Location: distance learning Duration: see goSIAST.com

Business – certificate Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 32 weeks Additional Requirements: Computer experience using Windows applications is recommended.

Business Accountancy – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks

Additional Requirements: SIAST Business certificate. Optional four-month and subsequent eight month co-operative education work experience. Minimum of nine courses from the SIAST Business certificate program – must include ACCT 125. Must complete Business certificate program before being awarded the diploma.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

Graduation: Launch your career

Business Administration – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks

Business Financial Services – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum of nine courses from the SIAST Business certificate program – must include MKTG 120, ECON 121 and ACCT 122. Must complete Business certificate program before being awarded the diploma. Optional 12-month paid co-operative education work experience.

Additional Requirements: Completion of a minimum of nine SIAST Business certificate courses including ACCT 122, BCOM 121, ECON 121, FIN 120, MKTG 120 and STAT 120. Must complete the Business certificate requirements before being awarded the diploma.

Business Human Resources – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum of nine courses from the SIAST Business certificate program – must include HR 120 and ACCT 122. Optional 12-month paid co-operative education work experience. Must complete Business certificate program before being awarded the diploma.

Business Information Systems – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 64 weeks

Additional Requirements: Mandatory six-month paid co-operative education work experience.

Business Insurance – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 64 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum of nine courses from the Business certificate program – must include Introductory ACCT 122, BCOM 121 and INS 100. Optional four-month paid work placement. Must complete Business certificate program before being awarded the diploma.

Business Marketing – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum of nine courses from the SIAST Business certificate program - must include MKTG 120 and ACCT 122. Optional 12-month paid co-operative education work experience. Must complete the Business certificate program before being awarded the diploma.

Entrepreneurship and Small Business – certificate m Location: Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks Human Resources Management – certificate Location: distance learning Duration: see goSIAST.com

Office Education – certificate m Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, distance learning Duration: 32 weeks

Additional Requirements: 25 wpm keyboarding speed recommended.

m Program accepts international students.

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Education and early learning


Want to work with children? SIAST’s Early Childhood Education and Educational Assistant programs are highly respected. Our practical, hands-on approach to training prepares you to make a lasting impact on young children… and can you think of any better way to build a better future? Our Early Childhood Education programs meet the license requirement ECE II classification of the Child Care Regulations, 2001, Early Learning and Child Care Branch, Ministry of Education.

Training for careers in Today’s libraries

Today’s libraries are more important – and more complex – than ever before. As a student in SIAST’s Library and Information Technology diploma program, you’ll get a hands-on, practical education in modern library procedures and techniques.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

If you’re interested in working with children and youth, you’ll find hands-on education waiting for you at SIAST. We offer programs that let you work at every level of learning.

Early Childhood Education – certificate m Location: Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 38 weeks

Additional Requirements: Criminal Record Check, immunization record and current Mantoux (Tuberculin) testing are required for practicum.

Early Childhood Education – diploma m Location: Regina, Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 38 weeks

Additional Requirements: SIAST Early Childhood Education certificate.

Educational Assistant – certificate m Location: Saskatoon, Regina, distance learning Duration: 38 weeks

Additional Requirements: Criminal Record Check may be required for practicum.

Library and Information Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 72 weeks Additional Requirements: Minimum 60% average in English Language Arts A30 and B30. New intake every two years on even-numbered years. Criminal Record Check required for practicum.

• Use your Library and Information Technology diploma to ladder into a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Education degree program at the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina or Athabasca University. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more. m Program accepts international students.

*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com. SIAST Preview 2013/2014 | Education & Early Learning

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Careers in engineering technology are as varied as they are appealing. Want to work with state-of-the-art CAD/CAM design technology? Design and build high-tech electronic systems? Monitor the impact of industry on our environment? SIAST offers 10 full-time Engineering Technology programs at campuses in Moose Jaw and Saskatoon.

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SIAST’s Engineering Technology programs enjoy a great relationship with industry – that means you enjoy access to excellent career contacts and great starting salaries. Two years after graduation, 96% of our graduates are employed, and the average monthly salary is $3,235. The Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists’ Canadian Technology Accreditation Board accredits our Engineering Technology programs at the technologist level. After two years of suitable experience, graduates are also eligible for membership in the Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians as applied science technologists. Some programs offer career opportunities with the Canadian Forces; Electronics Systems graduates are eligible for the Subsidized Education Plan for Naval Technicians. • 2 + 2 = degree – You may qualify to apply your two-year SIAST diploma toward a four-year university degree program. Check transfer credit options for the program you’re interested in. Remember – SIAST tuition costs are typically lower than university tuitions.

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Electrical Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 76 weeks Additional Requirements: Minimum of 60% in Pre-Calculus 30. Five academic semesters and three four-month paid co-operative education work terms. NOTE: Colour blindness may hinder laboratory performance and employment opportunities.

Electronic Systems Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 74 weeks Additional Requirements: Minimum of 60% in Pre-Calculus 30.

Engineering Design and Drafting Technology – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 76 weeks

Additional Requirements: Five academic semesters and three four-month paid co-operative education work terms.

• Learn by doing... and get paid! Co-operative education is a mandatory part of most SIAST Engineering Technology programs. Co-operative work terms are a great way to learn, make industry contacts and get paid while you’re doing it.

Environmental Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 76 weeks

• Make a difference – Environment and sustainability are integral parts of many SIAST Engineering Technology programs. Use your skills to help build a more sustainable world.

Geomatics Engineering Technology m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 76 weeks

Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

CAD/CAM Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 74 weeks Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum of 60% in Pre-Calculus 30.

Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

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Admission Requirements

Additional Requirements: Five academic semesters and two consecutive paid co-operative education work terms (eight months in total).

Additional Requirements: Five academic semesters and two consecutive paid co-operative education work terms (eight months in total).

Instrumentation Engineering Technology – diploma Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 77 weeks

Additional Requirements: Five academic semesters (four months each) plus three four-month co-operative education work terms. Physics 30 and a minimum 60% in Pre-Calculus 30. NOTE: Colour blindness may hinder laboratory performance and employment opportunities.

Mechanical Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 74 weeks Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum of 60% in Pre-Calculus 30 and Physics 30.

Mining Engineering Technology – diploma Location: Saskatoon Duration: 72 weeks

Civil Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 76 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum 60% in Pre-Calculus 30. Physics 30 is recommended but not required.

Computer Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 77 weeks

Additional Requirements: Five academic semesters and two consecutive paid co-operative education work terms (eight months in total).

Additional Requirements: Five academic semesters and two consecutive paid co-operative education work terms (eight months in total).

Additional Requirements: Five academic semesters and three four-month paid co-operative education work terms. Minimum of 60% in Pre-Calculus 30. NOTE: Colour blindness may hinder laboratory performance and employment opportunities.

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

Respected by industry

Water Resources Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Moose Jaw, some distance learning Duration: 76 weeks

m Program accepts international students.

*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com. SIAST Preview 2013/2014 | Engineering Technology

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The health care industry is booming – and so are the job opportunities. SIAST is your fast track to a wide variety of careers. Check out your options, from emergency care to continuing care, dental hygiene to health information management, pharmacy technician to medical laboratory technology and more.

GO FURTHER Many of our Health Services graduates are eligible to pursue industry certification or licensure. Some programs let you transfer into university degree programs. Other programs are modular, which gives you marketable skills without committing to all levels of the program. Our paramedic programs, for example, let you begin with Primary Care Paramedic and work through the advanced level once you’ve been in the workforce. • Zero to career in two years or less – SIAST Health Services programs range from one-year certificates to two-year diplomas, with a significant amount of that time spent in practical settings. It’s part of SIAST’s hands-on approach to learning. • Plan ahead – Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology, Dental Hygiene, Medical Laboratory Assistant, Medical Laboratory Technology and Medical Radiologic Technology are high-demand programs. Apply between October 1 and February 15 each academic year.

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Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology – diploma Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 62 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum of 70% in Foundations of Mathematics 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30. Physics 30 will not be substituted for Physics 20. Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent required for practicum. Criminal Record Check is required prior to entering the practicum component of the program. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1 to February 15 of each year. Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology is classified as a high-demand program, and applicants are subject to additional selection criteria. For details, see goSIAST.com.

Continuing Care Assistant – certificate m Location: Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 30 weeks

Additional Requirements: Accepted applicants may be required to undergo an interview and to provide evidence of a Criminal Record Check prior to entering the clinical. Should have personal and physical suitability. CPR Level ‘C’ AED and Standard First Aid or equivalent required prior to Clinical 2.

Cytotechnology – diploma Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 86 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum of 70% in Foundations of Math 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30. Physics 30 will not be substituted for Physics 20. Standard First Aid and CP Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent are required for practicum. Criminal Record Check is required prior to entering the practicum component of the program.

Dental Assisting – certificate Location: Regina Duration: 40 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum overall average of 65% in Eng. A30, Eng. B30, Biology 30 and highest grade in either Foundations of Math 20 or Foundations of Math 30. Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent are required prior to entry into the Dental Assisting program and must be current to the year of the program.

Dental Hygiene – diploma Location: Regina, some distance learning Duration: 76 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum 70% overall average in English Language Arts A30 and B30, Biology 30 and one of Chemistry 30 or Physics 30. Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent are required prior to entry into the Dental Hygiene program and must be current to the year of the program. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1 to February 15. Dental Hygiene is classified as a high-demand program, and applicants are subject to additional selection criteria. For details, see goSIAST.com.

Health Information Management – diploma m Location: Regina, distance learning Duration: 66 weeks Additional Requirements: Minimum 65% overall average in Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30, one 30-level science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), English Language Arts A30 and B30. Minimum 30 wpm keyboarding speed. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word strongly recommended. Criminal Record Check is required for practicum.

m Program accepts international students.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

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Admission Requirements

Medical Laboratory Assistant – applied certificate Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 21 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum overall average of 60% including English Language Arts A30 and B30, Foundations of Math 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30, Biology 20 or 30 and Chemistry 20 or 30. Keyboarding speed of 30 wpm with 90% accuracy. Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent required for practicum. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1 to February 15. Medical Laboratory Assistant is classified as a high-demand program, and applicants are subject to additional selection criteria. For details, see goSIAST.com.

Medical Laboratory Technology – diploma Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 80 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum grade of 70% in English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30, Foundations of Math 20 or 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30, Physics 20, Chemistry 30 and Biology 30. (Physics 30 will not be substituted for Physics 20). Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent required for practicum. Criminal Record Check is required for practicum. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1 to February 15 of each year. Medical Laboratory Technology is classified as a high-demand program, and applicants are subject to additional selection criteria. For details, see goSIAST.com.

Medical Radiologic Technology – diploma Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 88 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum of 70% in English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30, Foundations of Math 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30, Physics 20, Chemistry 30 and Biology 30. (Physics 30 will not be substituted for Physics 20). Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent required for practicum. Criminal Record Check is required for practicum. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1 to February 15. Medical Radiologic Technology is classified as a highdemand program, and applicants are subject to additional selection criteria. For details, see goSIAST.com.

Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner – certificate Location: Distance learning Duration: 33 weeks Pharmacy Technician – certificate Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 40 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum of 70% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or in Foundations of Math 30, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30. Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver ‘A’ AED strongly recommended for practicum. Criminal Record Check is required for practicum. Minimum keyboarding speed of 35 wpm.

Paramedic PROGRAMS Advanced Care Paramedic – diploma Location: Regina Duration: 59 weeks

Additional Requirements: PCP certification or equivalent. Minimum one year related work experience as a PCP or equivalent practitioner level. Current CPR Health Care Provider ‘C’ AED certificate. Current ITLS Provider certificate. Criminal Record Check is required for practicum.

Primary Care Paramedic – certificate m Location: Regina, Saskatoon Duration: 28 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum overall average of 60% in the following 3 subjects: English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30 and one of Biology 30 or Chemistry 30. Standard First Aid or equivalent within two years of the date of issue. CPR Heartsaver ‘C’ AED or equivalent within one year of the date of issue. Physically able to perform the required tasks. Criminal Record Check is required for practicum.

*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com.

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Our Hospitality programs provide the hands-on training, knowledge and skills you need to move confidently into the job market. You will learn from instructors who have worked in the industry. Their experience prepares you for the real world, while the practical focus of your classes ensures you’re ready to build a career based on your own personal goals.

IN DEMAND SIAST Hospitality graduates are in high demand by employers. You’ll find job opportunities in restaurants, hotels, hospitals, private and public institutions, remote catering facilities and more. Accreditation – Our Food and Nutrition Management program is accredited by the Canadian Society of Nutrition Management (CSNM). When you graduate, you’ll be eligible for membership in the CSNM as well as the Saskatchewan Society of Nutrition Management. Transfer credit – Food and Nutrition Management and Hotel and Restaurant Administration programs share a number of courses. This means that you could complete both diplomas in less than four years. Combined with SIAST’s focus on hands-on, practical learning, this gives you great potential for upward mobility. Both programs also let you transfer credits into university degree programs. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 10 Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

The hospitality sector is facing a critical shortage of talented workers – not just here at home, but in countries around the world. Whether you’re looking for a career with great mobility or have dreams of setting up your own business, SIAST provides a foundation for success.

Food and Nutrition Management – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 70 weeks Additional Requirements: Criminal Record Check and/or security clearance may be required for practicum.

Hotel and Restaurant Administration – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 70 weeks

Additional Requirements: Must be 18 years old as of August 15 in year of admission.

Institutional Cooking – applied certificate Location: Prince Albert Duration: 20 weeks Additional Requirements: Grade 8

Meat Processing – certificate Location: Saskatoon Duration: 18 weeks Professional Cooking – certificate m Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 35 weeks Short Order Cooking – applied certificate Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert Duration: 12 weeks

m Program accepts international students.

*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com. SIAST Preview 2013/2014 | Hospitality

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SIAST’s Disability Support Worker, Therapeutic Recreation and Addictions Counselling programs prepare you to work with other health care professionals in clinical and community-based settings. The Funeral Service program emphasizes the important healing function that the funeral service provides for the living in our society. The Esthetician and Hairstylist programs provide strong foundations on which to build careers in the beauty industry. Recreation and Tourism Management and Sustainable Tourism programs let you introduce people to new experiences, new activities and new ways of looking at the world around them. However you choose to make a difference, you’ll find SIAST programs provide the kind of well-rounded education employers are looking for. Our practical, hands-on approach to learning prepares you to make a lasting impact – it’s up to you to choose the field. • Smaller classes, more interaction with instructors – SIAST’s smaller class sizes allow more time for one-on-one interaction with instructors. That’s important in these kinds of peopleintensive Human Services programs. • New programs to meet emerging needs – SIAST is a nationally recognized provider of skills training in human services fields. Our programs are constantly evolving to meet community needs, such as development of transfer credits for our Addictions Counselling program. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more. m Program accepts international students.

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*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com.

why SIAST?

Almost 3,000 SIAST students declare themselves as having Aboriginal ancestry – that’s more than in any other post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

Career opportunities in the human services field are diverse, growing and exciting. This is a field where you can truly follow your passion.

Admission Requirements*

Addictions Counselling – diploma m Location: Prince Albert Duration: 65 weeks*

Additional Requirements: Criminal Record Check, assessment for chemical dependency, Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver “A” AED for occupational/clinical placement. *65 weeks plus a 14-week practicum.

Disability Support Worker – certificate m Location: Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 37 weeks Esthetician – certificate m Location: Prince Albert Duration: 39 weeks

Additional Requirements: Standard First Aid and CPR Level “A” required for occupational and/or clinical placement.

Funeral Service – certificate Location: Distance learning Duration: 42 weeks*

Additional Requirements: *26 weeks (core courses), 16 weeks (Embalmer specialty), 16 weeks (Funeral Director specialty). Minimum overall average of 60% in English Language Arts A30 and B30, Biology 30. Criminal Record Check, valid driver’s license and CPR Level “A” and Standard First Aid may be required for practicum. Current immunization recommended. May include workshops in Saskatoon.

Hairstylist – certificate m Location: Prince Albert Duration: 45 weeks

Additional Requirements: Standard First Aid and CPR Level “A” required for practicum.

Recreation and Tourism Management – diploma m Location: Saskatoon Duration: 67 weeks

There is an intake to this program every second year (odd numbered years only). Next intake will be in the fall 2013. Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum of 60% in each of the following subjects: English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30 and Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or Foundations of Math 30 or a passing grade in Pre-Calculus 30.

Sustainable Tourism – applied certificate Location: Distance learning Duration: 19 weeks Therapeutic Recreation – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 68 weeks Additional Requirements: New intake every two years on odd-numbered years.

Youth Care Worker – certificate m Location: Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 35 weeks

Additional Requirements: Security clearance, interview and/or medical may be required for practicum.

Youth Care Worker – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 35 weeks

Additional Requirements: SIAST Youth Care Worker certificate. Security clearance, interview and/or a medical may be required for practicum placement or observation visits.

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Industrial/ Trades Electricians, carpenters, auto mechanics, heavy equipment technicians, bricklayers, plumbers, machinists – tradespeople are involved in just about every aspect of modern life. And the demand for skilled labour just keeps growing.


Get Hands-on Training Hands-on training has always been a big factor in our graduates’ success. Our on-campus programs emphasize practical learning in excellent shop facilities equipped with industry-leading tools.

ApprenticeshiP Training SIAST is the largest provider of apprenticeship training in Saskatchewan. Apprenticeship is a formal agreement between an individual who wants to learn a skill and an employer who needs a skilled worker. That means apprentices already have jobs in their chosen trades when they register with the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC). During your apprenticeship, the skills you learn on the job are supplemented by a number of weeks of technical training each year – that’s where SIAST comes in. SATCC contracts with SIAST to provide short periods of training each year for apprentices in a number of trades. See “Apprenticeship” (page 46) or visit www.saskapprenticeship.ca for more information. • Industry-recognized programs – Collaboration with industry ensures programs in construction, manufacturing and mechanical trades match labour market needs. • Student focus – SIAST programs offer hands-on training, scholarships and awards, apprenticeship information and more. • Expert faculty – SIAST instructors are qualified tradespeople with real-world experience. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more. m Program accepts international students.

*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

Reap the rewards of training at SIAST, Saskatchewan’s leading provider of trades training. You’ll find industry-recognized programs in construction, manufacturing and mechanical trades. All programs are designed with input from industry, so your education matches opportunities in the real world. • Construction – The construction industry is much more than houses. Think commercial office buildings, retail centres, schools and health centres. It is an industry that offers a lot of employment opportunity. • Manufacturing – Every manufacturing industry relies on tradespeople with specific skills to keep their operations running. From steel mills to welding shops, the job opportunities are endless. • Mechanical – As machinery and vehicles become more technically complex, the demand for tradespeople with the knowledge and skills to repair and service them increases. Whatever trade you choose, be prepared to challenge yourself, because today’s trades are evolving at a rapid pace. To succeed, you need a wider variety of skills than ever before. But your hard work will pay off in a career with great mobility and excellent earning potential.

Admission Requirements*

CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS

Carpentry – certificate m Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 30 weeks Electrician – applied certificate Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 20 weeks

Additional Requirements: Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20 or Foundations of Math 20 or Pre-Calculus 20. NOTE: Colour blindness may hinder laboratory performance and employment opportunities.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – certificate Location: Saskatoon Duration: 34 weeks

Additional Requirements: One 30-level math. Minimum 60% overall average.

Manufacturing Programs Industrial Mechanics – certificate Location: Prince Albert, Saskatoon Duration: 32 weeks Machine Shop – certificate Location: Regina, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 34 weeks Fabricator-Welder – certificate Location: Saskatoon Duration: 34 weeks

Additional Requirements: Workplace & Apprenticeship Math 20

Welding – certificate m Location: Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 34 weeks Mechanical programs Agricultural Machinery Technician – certificate m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 35 weeks Auto Body Technician – certificate Location: Regina, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 30 weeks Automotive Service Technician – certificate m Location: Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 36 weeks Additional Requirements: Physically mobile, capable of moderate lifting, good manual dexterity. Valid driver’s license.

Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Technician – certificate m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 35 weeks Parts Management Technician – certificate m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks Power Sports Equipment Technician – certificate m Location: Regina Duration: 35 weeks SIAST Preview 2013/2014 | Industrial/Trades

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j Justice SIAST’s new Justice program cluster brings together four unique programs – programs designed to address the unique needs of Saskatchewan communities while providing you with rewarding job opportunities. It is a chance to make a difference in your community, your province.


Correctional Studies is a diploma program that prepares you for a career with correctional institutions and justice agencies. This well-rounded program provides a strong foundation in both federal and provincial corrections. You’ll learn to manage conflict, aggression and violence; apply dynamic and static security skills; and better understand the role of community corrections, youth justice initiatives and restorative justice. Indigenous Peacekeeping and Victim Services Coordination are new programs, designed in consultation with communities around the province. Indigenous Peacekeeping will prepare you for work in community law enforcement or community justice in First Nations communities. Victim Services Coordination provides the knowledge and skills necessary to work with victims of crime, providing advocacy, information, assistance and referrals. • Enhance your knowledge, skills and employment opportunities. Aboriginal Police Preparation, Indigenous Peacekeeping and Victim Services Coordination are applied certificate programs

why SIAST? You’ll develop job-ready skills that you can use in the workplace starting on Day 1.

offered on a part-time basis. This lets you enhance your skills and training while continuing to look after family and job responsibilities. • Small classes make for a richer learning experience – SIAST’s smaller class sizes allow more time for one-on-one interaction between students and instructors. Students enrolled in these programs enjoy the support of a tightly-knit community. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

In Aboriginal Police Preparation, you will learn about basic investigative techniques, the criminal justice system and criminal law, while getting practical training in basic firearms, CPR and interpersonal communications. You will also explore the important issues – addictions, family violence, suicide intervention and more.

Aboriginal Police Preparation – applied certificate Location: Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon Duration: 26 weeks Correctional Studies – diploma m Location: Prince Albert Duration: 64 weeks

Additional Requirements: Criminal Record Check is required for practicum. Standard First Aid and CPR Heartsaver “C” AED or equivalent. Accepted applicants will be asked to complete a security clearance form prior to the start of the program.

Indigenous Peacekeeping Location: Distance learning Duration: 25 weeks Victim Services Coordination – applied certificate Location: Prince Albert, Regina Duration: 12 weeks m Program accepts international students.

*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com. SIAST Preview 2013/2014 | Justice

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Natural resources It takes wide-ranging expertise to manage Saskatchewan’s vast fisheries, forests, wildlife and parks. SIAST offers training in vital areas. Consider Resource and Environmental Law if you want to ensure resources are protected for future generations. Explore Integrated Resource Management or Forest Ecosystem Technology to play hands-on roles in stewardship, or Geographic Information Science for Resource Management if you’re interested in helping map vast databases of information.


Natural Resources practitioners are analytic thinkers with good communication skills and a love of the outdoors. Your education will combine classroom learning with practical outdoor experience. This emphasis on hands-on learning and broad-based environmental education ensures you’re ready for the workforce at graduation. And because Forest Ecosystem Technology, Integrated Resource Management and Resource and Environmental Law share a common first year, earn a second diploma simply by taking an additional year at SIAST. It’s a great way to build your career and enhance your earning potential.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS Forest Ecosystem Technology – diploma m Location: Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 72 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum 65% average in English Language Arts A30 and B30 combined. Minimum of 60% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or in Foundations of Math 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30.

• Training opportunities – Because SIAST programs are designed with input from industry, our curriculum matches opportunities in the workplace. Our connection to industry also lets us offer you training opportunities with First Nations and Métis communities, natural resource-based industries and more.

Geographic Information Science for Resource Management – certificate m Location: Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 34 weeks

• Campus proximity to northern resources – SIAST’s Natural Resources programs are offered at our Prince Albert campus, close to Saskatchewan’s northern forests and parks.

Integrated Resource Management – diploma m Location: Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 72 weeks

• Go further – Turn your SIAST Natural Resources diploma into a degree. SIAST’s Natural Resources programs have many transfer credit options to apply your two-year SIAST diploma to a four-year university degree program. Check transfer credit options for the program you’re interested in. Plus you’ll save money – SIAST tuition costs are typically lower than university tuition.

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

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Additional Requirements: Minimum 65% average in English Language Arts A30 and B30 combined. Minimum of 60% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or in Foundations of Math 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30. Computer literacy recommended.

Additional Requirements: Minimum 65% average in English Language Arts A30 and B30 combined. Minimum 65% average in Foundations of Math 30.

Resource and Environmental Law – diploma m Location: Prince Albert, some distance learning Duration: 72 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum 65% average in English Language Arts A30 and B30 combined. Minimum of 60% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or in Foundations of Math 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30. Criminal Record Check.

Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more. m Program accepts international students.

*For mathematics requirements from previous Saskatchewan curriculum, please visit the program pages at goSIAST.com. SIAST Preview 2013/2014 | Natural Resources

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SIAST has been educating nurses for more than 42 years. Our alumni are practising throughout the province, across the country, even around the world. They are known for their commitment to high standards of practice, ethical behaviour, acceptance of diversity and skilful compassion. It’s a reputation that makes SIAST-educated nurses a welcome addition to any team. Careers in nursing are evolving in new and exciting directions. With so many choices, so many opportunities… begin your journey in SIAST Nursing.

Exceptional job prospects Demand for nurses is growing across Canada. SIAST can prepare you to meet that demand. More than 85% of our graduates are getting job offers before or right after graduation. A recent survey shows that by five years after a class graduates, 98.5% of those grads are employed.

go beyond textbook learning At SIAST, your instructors are nurses and health care practitioners who know what they teach. But they go beyond textbooks to teach you the valuable “soft” skills such as listening, communicating and caring. • Nursing degree program – The Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is offered jointly by SIAST and the University of Regina. As a student, you will begin your nursing education, including experiential learning, in Year 1. For more information, including admission requirements and how to apply, visit www.sasknursingdegree.ca.

• Interprofessionalism = teamwork – Some of SIAST’s Nursing programs include components that enable you to work with students from other programs. You learn to function as part of a larger health care team. • Excellent advancement potential – Opportunities in nursing are evolving in new and exciting directions, and SIAST Nursing programs are responsive to these changes. Our continuing education options let you enhance your skills and take advantage of new opportunities. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

There’s never been a more exciting time for a career in nursing – and SIAST can help open the door for you. With 16 innovative, award-winning programs, 245 nationally recognized faculty and staff, and enrolment of more than 5,000 students a year, the SIAST Nursing Division is preparing a new generation of nurses to meet the realities of modern health care delivery.

Nursing (Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing) – degree Location: Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current some distance learning Duration: 4 years

Additional Requirements: English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30, Biology 30, Chemistry 20 (Chemistry 30 is recommended) and one of Foundations of Math 30, Pre-Calculus 30, or Calculus 30. Students must have a minimum grade of 70% in each of the required courses. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1st to February 15th of each year. For details, see goSIAST.com

Practical Nursing – diploma Location: Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, distance learning Duration: 65 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum overall average of 65% in the following five subjects: English Language Arts A30; English Language Arts B30; Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30; one of Biology 30, Chemistry 30 or Physics 30; and one of Social Studies 30, History 30 or Native Studies 30. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1st to February 15th of each year. Practical Nursing is classified as a high-demand program, and applicants are subject to additional selection criteria. For details, see goSIAST.com

Psychiatric Nursing – diploma m Location: Regina, some distance learning Duration: 3 years (7 terms, 86 weeks, 2156 hours)

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with a minimum overall average of 70% in the following five subjects (or their equivalents): English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30, Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30.

why SIAST?

You’re among good company – SIAST turns out more under-grads each year than either Saskatchewan university.

m Program accepts international students.

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PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

• Practical learning – The success of our Science graduates is rooted in our hands-on approach to learning – you’ll spend almost as much time in the lab and on a work practicum as you do in the classroom.

Additional Requirements: Minimum 65% in Biology 30, Chemistry 30 and Pre-Calculus 30. Minimum 65% combined average in English Language Arts A30 and B30. Criminal Record Check may be required for practicum.

• Two years to a career – SIAST Science graduates are highly sought after by employers. A recent survey shows that six months after graduation, 98% of Science graduates are employed, and the average monthly salary is $3,192. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

why SIAST?

SIAST offers recognition of prior learning so you can get credit for your past learning whether it was in a classroom or in the real world.

Admission Requirements* Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

SIAST is your door to a variety of careers in science. Work in medical research or environmental testing as a biotechnologist. Be a part of making building materials last longer or natural resources go further as a chemical technologist. Combine your love of animals and keen interest in science with a rewarding career as a veterinary technologist.

BioScience Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 72 weeks

Chemical Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 72 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with minimum 60% in each of English Language Arts A30, English Language Arts B30, Chemistry 30 and Pre-Calculus 30. Criminal Record Check may be required for practicum.

Veterinary Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 73 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum 70% in each of Biology 30, Chemistry 30 and Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30. Combined average of 70% in English Language Arts A30 and B30. 60 hours documented veterinarian-supervised volunteer or work experience. Orientation session.

m Program accepts international students.

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Technology


SIAST’s Technology programs are designed with input from industry leaders in your chosen field. Your education is relevant and up-to-date, and your hands-on training gives you a real edge in the marketplace. This is one of the reasons our graduate employment rates are so high – 96%.

industry accredited The Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists’ Canadian Technology Accreditation Board accredits most of our Technology programs at the technician or technologist level. After two years of suitable experience, graduates are eligible for membership in the Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians as applied science technicians or technologists. • Zero to career in two years or less – SIAST Technology programs range from one-year certificates to two-year diplomas. You focus on application of classroom learning in practical labs, projects and work practicums. It’s a great way to ensure you go from zero to career (and a paycheque) in two years or less. • 2 + 2 = degree – Explore your options for higher education! Different SIAST programs offer transfer agreements with universities across Canada. • Telecommunications/Radio Systems Technician – Graduates of SIAST’s Electronics Technician program can take another year to obtain an advanced certificate in the Telecommunications/ Radio Systems Technician program. It’s a great foundation for a career in the ever-evolving telecommunications field. Visit goSIAST.com for complete program details, application guidelines, scholarship and awards information and more.

why SIAST?

2+2 = diploma + degree. SIAST offers several transfer credit and joint degree programs that allow you to get your diploma at SIAST and, if you choose, move on to finish your degree at university.

PROGRAM NAME &DETAILS

Grade 12 English A30 English B30 Foundations of Math 30 Pre-Calculus 30 Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 Biology 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 Transfer Credits

Technology is a field with an amazing variety of options. If computers appeal to you, SIAST can train you for careers in programming, systems design, network administration, database management and more. Build a career in electronics manufacturing, installation and repair. Or use your talents to meet the growing demand for specialized training in architectural technologies, building systems, power plants, waterworks and more.

Admission Requirements*

Architectural and Building Technologies – diploma Location: Moose Jaw Duration: 76 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum 70% in Pre-Calculus 30. Five academic semesters and three four-month paid co-operative education work terms.

Architectural and Interior Technologies – diploma Location: Moose Jaw Duration: 76 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum 70% in Pre-Calculus 30. Five academic semesters and three four-month paid co-operative education work terms.

Building Systems Technician – certificate m Location: Regina, some distance learning Duration: 36 weeks Additional Requirements: Minimum of 60% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or minimum 70% in Pre-Calculus 30. Standard First Aid and CPR certification may be required for work experience.

Computer Networking Technician – certificate m Location: Regina, some distance learning Duration: 33 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 or equivalent. Minimum of 60% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or in Foundations of Math 20 or in Pre-Calculus 20.

Computer Systems Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 74 weeks Additional Requirements: Minimum of 70% in one of Physics 30, Chemistry 30 or Computer Science 30; minimum of 60% in Foundations of Math 30 or in Pre-Calculus 30; and Grade 12 minimum 65% overall average.

Electronics Technician – certificate m Location: Regina, Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 30 weeks

Additional Requirements: Minimum of 60% in Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 30 or in Foundations of Math 20 or in Pre-Calculus 20. Physics 30 recommended.

Power Engineering Technology – diploma m Location: Saskatoon, some distance learning Duration: 72 weeks

Additional Requirements: Grade 12 with Foundations of Math 30 or Pre-Calculus 30. Minimum 65% overall average. NOTE: The application period for this program is October 1st to February 15th of each year. Power Engineering Technology is classified as a high-demand program, and applicants are subject to additional selection criteria. Orientation is strongly recommended. First Aid and CPR are not entrance requirements, but may be required by some employers prior to commencement of work experience. For details, see goSIAST.com.

Water and Wastewater Technician – certificate Location: Some distance learning Duration: 32 weeks*

Additional Requirements: Studies supplemented by lab activities in Moose Jaw or plant of employment. *Self-paced program equivalent to 32 weeks of full-time courses and five-year program completion.

m Program accepts international students.

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nApprenticeship APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING

TRAINING PERIODS

An apprenticeship is a formal agreement between an individual who wants to learn a skill and an employer who needs a skilled worker. Apprenticeship training is an earning while learning arrangement for a required term. Under the supervision of a certified journeyperson, an apprentice receives knowledge and develops skills associated with a designated trade through on-the-job training. The skills you learn on the job are supplemented with a required number of weeks of technical training each year. Upon successfully completing an apprenticeship program, you are eligible to write an examination to become a certified journeyperson in the trade.

More information about apprenticeship training and start dates for specific training periods may be obtained by contacting the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission at: 2140 Hamilton Street Regina SK S4P 2E3 Phone: 306-787-2444 Fax: 306-787-5105 Toll-free: 1-877-363-0536 www.saskapprenticeship.ca

APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT

• Agricultural Machinery Technician: 4 years • Auto Service Educational Program (ASEP): 4 years • Automotive Service Technician: 4 years • Bricklayer: 3 years • Carpenter: 4 years • Cook: 3 years • Custom Harvester: 4 years • Electrician: 4 years • Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic: 4 years • Industrial Instrument Mechanic: 4 years • Industrial Mechanic (Millwright): 4 years • Ironworker (Structural): 3 years • John Deere Agricultural Technician: 4 years • Machinist: 4 years • Meat Cutter: 3 years • Motor Vehicle Body Repair: 4 years • Partsperson: 3 years • Plumber: 4 years • Pork Production Technician: 2 years • Refrigeration Mechanic: 4 years • Roofer: 3 years • Sheet Metal Worker: 4 years • Steamfitter-Pipefitter: 5 years • Steel Fabricator: 3 years • Truck and Transport Mechanic: 4 years • Welder: 3 years

You may enter into an apprenticeship contract (become indentured) if you: • are 16 years old or older • have the proper educational requirements • are engaged in a designated trade (either as an employee, employer or self-employed shop owner) When designated, the apprenticeship contract is registered with the provincial government.

APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING PROGRAM AT SIAST Technical training provides you with theory, testing and hands-on experience. It is available in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon. For some trades, technical training is also available in cities in other provinces.

why SIAST?

Employers love SIAST grads – almost 98% say they’d hire another SIAST grad.

TERM OF TRADE APPRENTICESHIP


Advanced & Applied Certificates Advanced Certificates Advanced certificate programs are offered to certificate, diploma and/or degree program graduates. They are at least six weeks long and do not usually extend beyond one academic year. Some advanced certificate programs are offered by distance learning. Applied/Visual Media • Digital Graphic Design • Dynamic Web Development • Interactive Media Production Business • Medical Transcriptionist Community/Human Services • Recognition of Prior Learning Practitioner Health Services • Diabetes Education for Health Care Professionals Nursing • Critical Care Nursing • Perioperative Nursing/LPN • Perioperative Nursing/RN • Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Technology • Telecommunications/Radio Systems Technician

Applied Certificates Applied certificate programs meet specific skills requirements in industry or the community. They range in length from 6 to 20 weeks and are sometimes delivered directly in the workplace. Applied/Visual Media • Film, Video and New Media • Web Site Design and Development Business • Business Planning • Retail Customer Service • Retail Manager • Service Excellence Justice • Aboriginal Police Preparation • Indigenous Peacekeeping • Victim Services Coordination

Health Services • Diabetes Education for Health Care Providers • Medical Laboratory Assistant • Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner Hospitality • Food and Beverage Service • Food Service Worker • Institutional Cooking • Retail Customer Service, Retail Manager and Service Excellence • Short Order Cooking Industrial/Trades • Bricklayer • Carpentry • Electrician • Heavy Equipment Operator • Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport • Industrial Mechanics • Ironworker • Log Building – Floor & Wall Construction • Log Building – Roof Construction, Interior Framing and Finishing • Parts Person • Plumbing and Pipefitting • Production Line Welding • Stucco Applicator • Tri-Trades Heavy Equipment, Truck and Transport, and Agricultural Machinery Technician • Tri-Trades Heavy Equipment, Truck and Transport, and Automotive Service Technician • Vocational Forestry – Conventional Harvesting • Vocational Forestry – Mechanical Harvesting • Warehouse Worker • Welding Nursing • Nursing Re-entry • Orientation to Nursing in Canada for Internationally Educated Nurses • Practical Nurse Re-entry • Psychiatric Nursing Re-entry Recreation/Tourism • Sustainable Tourism

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Basic Education When you want more control over your life, your job prospects and your earning potential, start with SIAST’s Basic Education (BE) programs. SIAST’s BE programs help students who want to develop academic and job-readiness skills (as required by the labour market), and gain the academic pre-requisites required for further education and training. We have the widest range of BE programs in the province – and all provide a supportive adult learning environment. You have access to student counsellors, tutors and a full range of student services. After successfully completing your BE program, you can consider laddering into one of SIAST’s post-secondary programs. Basic Education programs focus on helping students who want to: • develop academic and job-readiness skills • gain the academic pre-requisites needed for further education and training To qualify for admission, you must be either: • 18 years of age and out of school for at least one year, OR • 19 years of age or older Because Basic Education academic programs are secondary school programs, they do not qualify for the student loan program in Saskatchewan. However, you may qualify for the Provincial Training Allowance, which is paid monthly to qualified students who attend daytime classes. Programs are available on a full- and/or part-time basis.

Adult 10 The Adult 10 program builds basic academic skills and encourages the development of employment readiness as well as living and social skills. These skills enable you to meet the demands of the labour market and/or pursue further training. Studies include: • math • computer literacy • reading • writing • science • social studies You will also complete a career exploration class that looks at employment skills and career options. The program starts at various times throughout the year.

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Adult 12

The Adult 12 program provides the skills and entrance qualifications you need to enrol in post-secondary institutions and succeed in the labour market. Adult 12 standing is recognized by the Ministry of Education as equivalent to the Saskatchewan 24-credit high school Grade 12. Adult 12 offers Saskatchewan 30-level curricula. Adult 12 standing is awarded after successful completion of the seven required 30-level credits or equivalent, including prior learning credit.

English language training English language training opportunities are available on a full-time basis at SIAST Kelsey Campus in Saskatoon and SIAST Wascana Campus in Regina, and on a part-time basis at all four campuses. These programs are designed for students who wish to improve their English language skills for either personal development, admission to postsecondary studies or improving employment opportunities.

Other basic education programs • Employment Readiness/Bridging to Employment programs • General Education Development (GED) Prep and Testing • Literacy • Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing • Transition to Post-Secondary Education and Employment

For more info If you are considering a Basic Education program, contact a SIAST campus to verify your eligibility as well as program availability.


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SIAST Kelsey Campus (Saskatoon) CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA PROGRAMS: Aviation • Commercial Pilot diploma

• Youth Care Worker certificate • Youth Care Worker diploma

Business

Industrial/Trades

• Business certificate

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Education and Early Learning • • • •

Early Childhood Education certificate Early Childhood Education diploma Educational Assistant certificate Library and Information Technology diploma

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Engineering Technology

• CAD/CAM Engineering Technology diploma • E  lectronic Systems Engineering Technology diploma • Mechanical  Engineering Technology diploma

Agricultural Machinery Technician certificate Auto Body Technician certificate Automotive Service Technician certificate Fabricator-Welder certificate Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Technician certificate Industrial Mechanics certificate Machine Shop certificate Parts Management Technician certificate Refrigeration and Air Conditioning certificate Welding certificate

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• Practical Nursing diploma • Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree

Health Services

• C  ombined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology diploma • Continuing Care Assistant certificate • Cytotechnology diploma • Medical Laboratory Technology diploma • Medical Radiologic Technology diploma • O  ccupational Health and Safety Practitioner certificate • Pharmacy Technician certificate • Primary Care Paramedic certificate

Science

• BioScience Technology diploma • Chemical Technology diploma • Veterinary Technology diploma • • • •

Food and Nutrition Management diploma Hotel and Restaurant Administration diploma Meat Processing certificate Professional Cooking certificate

Computer Systems Technology diploma Electronics Technician certificate Power Engineering Technician certificate Power Engineering Technology diploma

• Medical Laboratory Assistant • Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner • Sustainable Tourism

• Disability Support Worker certificate • Funeral Service certificate • R  ecreation and Leadership Management diploma • Therapeutic Recreation diploma

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Bricklayer Carpentry Electrician Heavy Equipment Operator Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Industrial Mechanics Log Building – Floor and Wall Construction Log Building – Roof Construction, Interior Framing and Finishing Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner Parts Person Plumbing and Pipefitting Production Line Welding Stucco Applicator Tri Trades HETT AMT Tri Trades HETT AST Vocational Forestry – Conventional Harvesting Vocational Forestry – Mechanical Harvesting Warehouse Worker Welding

• Aboriginal Police Preparation

APPLIED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Health Services

Human Services

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Justice

Technology

Hospitality • • • •

Industrial/Trades

Hospitality

• Food and Beverage Service • Food Service Worker

BASIC EDUCATION: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Adult 12 Adult evening upgrading English for Post-secondary Success GED Preparation GED Testing Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC Learning Centre) Level 1 Literacy Level 2 Literacy Level Three (Adult 10) Literacy Centre Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Transition to Post-Secondary Education and Employment Way to Work

SIAST Palliser Campus (Moose Jaw) CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA PROGRAMS: Business • • • • • • • • • • •

Accounting certificate Business certificate Business Accountancy diploma Business Administration diploma Business Financial Services diploma Business Human Resources diploma Business Information Systems diploma Business Insurance diploma Business Marketing diploma Human Resources Management certificate Office Education certificate

Engineering Technology • • • • • • • •

Civil Engineering Technology diploma Computer Engineering Technology diploma Electrical Engineering Technology diploma Engineering Design and Drafting Technology diploma Environmental Engineering Technology diploma Geomatics Engineering Technology diploma Instrumentation Engineering Technology diploma Water Resources Engineering Technology diploma

Hospitality

• Professional Cooking certificate

Industrial/Trades

• Automotive Service Technician certificate • Carpentry certificate • Welding certificate

Technology

• Architectural and Building Technologies diploma • Architectural and Interior Technologies diploma • Water and Wastewater Technician certificate

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Programs by Campus APPLIED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Hospitality/Food Services • Short Order Cooking

Industrial/Trades • • • • • • • •

Bricklayer Carpentry Electrician Heavy Equipment Operator Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Industrial Mechanics Log Building – Floor and Wall Construction L  og Building – Roof Construction, Interior Framing and Finishing

BASIC EDUCATION: • • • • • • • • • • •

Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner Parts Person Plumbing and Pipefitting Production Line Welding Stucco Applicator Tri Trades HETT AMT Tri Trades HETT AST Vocational Forestry – Conventional Harvesting Vocational Forestry – Mechanical Harvesting Warehouse Worker Welding

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Access Adult 12 Adult evening upgrading Employment Readiness/Bridging to Employment GED Preparation GED Testing Level 1 Literacy Level 2 Literacy Level Three (Adult 10) Living Skills

SIAST Wascana Campus (Regina) CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA PROGRAMS: Applied/Visual Media • Graphic Communications diploma • New Media Communications certificate

Business

• Office Education certificate

Education and Early Learning

• Early Childhood Education certificate • Early Childhood Education diploma • Educational Assistant certificate

Health Services • • • • • •

Advanced Care Paramedic diploma Continuing Care Assistant certificate Dental Assisting certificate Dental Hygiene diploma Health Information Management diploma Primary Care Paramedic certificate

Industrial/Trades • • • •

Auto Body Technician certificate Machine Shop certificate Power Sports Equipment Technician certificate Welding certificate

Nursing

• Practical Nursing diploma • Psychiatric Nursing diploma • S  askatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree

Technology

• Building Systems Technician certificate • Computer Networking Technician certificate • Electronics Technician certificate

ADVANCED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Business • Medical Transcriptionist

Health Services

• Diabetes Education for Health Care Professionals

Nursing • • • •

Critical Care Nursing Perioperative Nursing/LPN Perioperative Nursing/RN Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Technology

• Telecommunications/Radio Systems Technician

APPLIED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Applied/Visual Media

• Vocational Forestry – Mechanical Harvesting • Warehouse Worker • Welding

Justice

• Victim Services Coordination

Nursing

• Nursing Re-entry • Orientation to Nursing in Canada for Internationally Educated Nurses • Practical Nurse Re-entry • Psychiatric Nursing Re-entry

• Film, Video and New Media

BASIC EDUCATION:

Business

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• Service Excellence

Health Services

• Diabetes Education for Health Care Providers

Industrial/Trades • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Bricklayer Carpentry Electrician Heavy Equipment Operator Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Industrial Mechanics Log Building – Floor and Wall Construction Log Building – Roof Construction, Interior Framing and Finishing Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner Parts Person Plumbing and Pipefitting Production Line Welding Stucco Applicator Tri Trades HETT AMT Tri Trades HETT AST Vocational Forestry – Conventional Harvesting

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Adult 12 Adult evening upgrading Basic Language Skills English for Post-secondary Success GED Preparation GED Testing Intake/assessment Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC Learning Centre) Level 1 Literacy Level 2 Literacy Level Three (Adult 10) Transition to Work


Programs by Campus SIAST Woodland Campus (Prince Albert) CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA PROGRAMS: Applied/Visual Media

Technology

Business

ADVANCED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Applied/Visual Media

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Media Arts Production certificate Media Arts Production diploma New Media Communications certificate New Media Communications diploma

• Business certificate • Entrepreneurship and Small Business certificate • Office Education certificate

Education and Early Learning

• Early Childhood Education certificate

Human Services

• Addictions Counselling diploma • Esthetician certificate • Hairstylist certificate

Health Services

• Continuing Care Assistant certificate

Hospitality

• Professional Cooking certificate

Industrial/Trades

• Carpentry certificate • Welding certificate • Industrial Mechanics certificate

Justice

• Correctional Studies diploma

Natural Resources

• Forest Ecosystem Technology diploma • G  eographic Information Science for Resource Management certificate • Integrated Resource Management diploma • Resource and Environmental Law diploma

Nursing

• Practical Nursing diploma

Science

• R  adiation and Environmental Monitoring Technician certificate

• Underground Mining Core certificate • Underground Mining Raise Boring certificate • Underground Mining Shaft Operations certificate

• Digital Graphic Design • Dynamic Web Development • Interactive Media Production

Business

• Medical Transcriptionist

Education and Early Learning

• Recognition of Prior Learning Practitioner

APPLIED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Applied/Visual Media • Web Site Design and Development

Business • • • •

Business Planning Retail Customer Service Retail Manager Service Excellence

Hospitality

• Institutional Cooking • Food and Beverage Service Worker • Short Order Cooking

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Parts Person Plumbing and Pipefitting Production Line Welding Stucco Applicator Tri Trades HETT AMT Tri Trades HETT AST Vocational Forestry – Conventional Harvesting Vocational Forestry – Mechanical Harvesting Warehouse Worker Welding

Justice

• Aboriginal Police Preparation • Indigenous Peacekeeping • Victim Services Coordination

BASIC EDUCATION: • • • • • • • • • • • •

Adult 12 Adult evening upgrading GED Preparation GED Testing Learn to Read Learning Centre Level 1 Literacy Level 2 Literacy Level 3 (Adult 10) Literacy Employment Training Literacy for Employment Bridging Way to Work

Industrial/Trades • • • • • • • •

Bricklayer Carpentry Electrician Heavy Equipment Operator Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Industrial Mechanics Log Building – Floor and Wall Construction Log Building – Roof Construction, Interior Framing and Finishing • Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner

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Food and Nutrition Management – diploma• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 31 Forest Ecosystem Technology – diploma•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 39 Funeral Service – certificate••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 33

Water and Wastewater Technician – certificate••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 45 Water Resources Engineering Technology – diploma••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 27 Welding – certificate••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 35

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