SKTC: Millwright Training

by ahnationtalk on February 27, 2018349 Views

Program Overview

Millwrights work in a large variety of industries, including mining, power generation and manufacturing.  The program introduces students to the basics of the trade. Upon completion, the students will have learned new skills, understand the work of the Millwright trade and be better prepared to join the skilled workforce.

The course includes instruction on the installation and repair of industrial equipment, workplace safety and relevant OH&S requirements. Graduates will also receive the safety certifications needed to be employed in industry.

Employment Opportunities

Employment as a millwright can lead to an apprenticeship and eventually to journeyperson status. Saskatchewan Apprenticeship prefers a complete grade 12 and to be eligible for apprenticeship you must have a complete grade 11 with a science, and a regular math.

Entrance Requirements

  • Applicants must be First Nations
  • Registered with STC Employment & Training Services
  • Must reside within the Saskatoon Tribal Council Urban and Rural contribution areas
  • Must meet the program requirements
  • Must be willing to relocate for employment if necessary
  • Must be able to pass Drug & Alcohol test

For more information on how to register and apply please contact:

Saskatoon Tribal Council Employment & Training Services or contact your Advisor
at
2010 7th Street E
Saskatoon, SK     S7K 5K6
(306) 659-2500

Deadline for applications: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 4:30PM

If selected you will be contacted for an interview on Friday, March 2, 2018

In partnership withPrairie Arctic Trades Training Centre Ltd.

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