CLAC Training - Saskatchewan
Aerial Work Platform Safety Training in Saskatoon
The aerial work platform (AWP) course is approximately eight hours in duration and includes an instructor-led PowerPoint presentation, videos, class exercises, inspection and use of an AWP, and written knowledge test.
Certification, valid for three years, is issued upon completion.
Prerequisites: Students are required to complete the fall protection course before they are able to operate an aerial work platform.
Saskatoon Scaffolding Exams
CLAC Training is currently offering scaffolding exams at the Saskatoon Member Centre. Please contact us to be placed on the waiting list. Exam dates will be scheduled once class minimum is met.
To register for exams, please stop by the Saskatoon Member Centre to make payment and pick up your course binder.
For more information, please call 877-649-2522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apprenticeship Information Online
Are you interested in learning more about apprenticeship in your province and what CLAC can do to help its member apprentices?
The CLAC website has been updated with more CLAC apprenticeship program information and with helpful links to information about the apprenticeship system in your province.
Check out clac.ca/apprentice for general information on how to become an apprentice, as well as member reimbursement/bursary programs and eligibility requirements.
Once you log into myCLAC.ca, you can check out the new My Apprenticeship tab for further information about and application forms for CLAC’s provincial apprenticeship reimbursement/bursary programs, CLAC scholarships, the Frank Kooger Skills Canada Award, and the Matthew Manuel Memorial Award.