Apprenticeship in Saskatchewan
How do I become an apprentice?
Saskatchewan Apprentice and Trade Certification Commission to learn how to become an apprentice in Saskatchewan. If you are considering a career in the skilled trades, but are not sure where to start, the CLAC Training Team can help you make informed career decisions by providing assistance with
- understanding the apprenticeship pathway to a career in the skilled trades;
- apprenticeship entry and educational requirements;
- applying for apprenticeship funding, loans, and grants;
- finding the right technical education for you;
- career opportunities with CLAC employers; and
- safety training required to work on the jobsite.
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What reimbursements does CLAC offer?
CLAC will reimburse
member apprentices up to $850 per school year for tuition fees, exam fees, and books.
If you received a grade of 90 percent or higher on your final exam, you can receive an additional $100 bonus.
You can apply for a maximum of two claims per year.
Courses, other than apprenticeship courses, that are covered are limited to:
- B Pressure Welding (one time only)
- CWB Welding (one time only)
- Industrial Construction Crew Supervisor
- Construction Craft Labourer
Am I eligible to apply?
You are eligible to apply if:
- You are a member in good standing of Local 151
- You have worked at least 1,500 hours per school year with a CLAC signatory employer that contributes to the Local 151 Saskatchewan Training Fund (STF)
- You have an official school document to show that you’ve successfully completed the term
- You can provide the STF with a receipt for tuition and/or books
- You have returned to a CLAC signatory employer that contributes to the STF following completion of your schooling
How do I apply?
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