Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Scholarships Awarded

Afroza Hossain

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) is awarding 100 scholarships to graduating students from 70 communities across the province.

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Exchange Affirmation Commission (SATCC) is granting 100 grants to graduating understudies from 70 networks across the area.

Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) Industry Grants are given to understudies who’ve finished the SYA program and are focused on seeking after professions in the gifted exchanges. These grants are special – understudies reclaim them for $1,000 in no less than two years of secondary school graduation by either enlisting as a student and effectively finishing Level 1 specialized preparing, or by finishing a perceived pre-work program in an exchange assigned in Saskatchewan.

“Our territory’s economy is solid and talented merchants are fundamental for proceeded with development,” Movement and Profession Preparing Pastor Jeremy Harrison said. “Congrats to the victors of the current year’s SYA Industry Grants. We want you to enjoy all that life has to offer as you leave on remunerating professions here in Saskatchewan.”

Teachers who direct the SYA program in their schools name excellent understudies for the grant. A panel of SATCC staff individuals chooses the victors.

Daven Dalisay, moving on from Viewpoint Secondary School, is one of the current year’s grant beneficiaries. He is keen on seeking after a profession as a welder or handyman.

“Winning the Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Industry Grant approves my energy and makes way for a future loaded up with vast open doors,” Dalisay said. “With this open door, I can sharpen my art, gain from specialists, and have an enduring effect in my picked field. I’m thankful and prepared to embrace the thrilling excursion ahead.”

SYA members complete 12 exercises, including meeting a journeyperson, going to a vocation fair and finishing something like one day of hands on work insight. All SYA completers who register as disciples in Saskatchewan in the span of five years of program culmination get substantial advantages: the waiver of their apprenticeship enlistment expense and Level 1 specialized preparing educational cost, as well as 300 exchange time hours.

“Professions in the talented exchanges are significant, best option vocations,” SATCC Commission Board Seat Drew Tiefenbach said. “They offer individuals the chance to advance; learn while doing; work with their hands; and tackle issues. Talented dealers perform significant work that decidedly influences individuals of Saskatchewan. The whole Commission Board is staggeringly pleased with these grant champs who intend to leave on professions as talented dealers.”

Since the grant’s send off in 2009, in excess of 1,200 grants have been given. The Public authority of Saskatchewan and 60 industry supports have put a sum of $1.2 million in the SYA Business Grant reserve.

Right now, there are almost 2,800 members and in excess of 300 schools enlisted in the SYA program.

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