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The technology division offers this hands-on course to introduce women to a variety of basic technology skills. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be issued a statement of attendance.

The course will provide women with the opportunity to:

  • practice technical skills in a wide range of technology fields
  • realistically assess their own ability to work in a technology field
  • gain knowledge of the range of possible technology occupations
  • make informed career choices through labour market knowledge
  • enhance self-esteem, self-confidence and self-motivation

We encourage agency sponsorship if you are retraining.

     


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You will learn the major components of a steam plant, participate in the start up of the equipment which is similar to that used in industry, learn about and practice the various types of maintenance required to keep plant equipment functioning in a safe workplace. You will also perform water testing and chemical treatment. You will be introduced to the operation of computer controlled systems used to operate plant equipment. Space is limited. To increase your chances of obtaining a seat in the ENGP 1802 Power Lab 1 course, please register by calling 306-659-4800 at 8:00 am, on or after July 2, 2014.

CSA approved footwear and safety glasses required

Prerequisites: Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Sask. Government 4th Class Power Engineering Part A exam OR successful completion of Part A of a correspondence course, as of the first day of classes. Questions should be directed to Les Gulka, 659-4234


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You will manipulate steam production with the purpose of operating turbines, heat exchangers, pumps and auxiliary fuel systems in a functioning high pressure steam lab. The lab will allow you to bring all of your previously learned theory and skills from 4th Class Power Engineering Power Lab 1 together in order to validate your knowledge and operating skills. You will receive hands-on training on plant maintenance tasks (including the construction of piping systems and shaft alignment. You will have the opportunity to run a piping system using simulation. Completion of Power Labs 1 & 2 earns you 6 months qualifying time credit towards your 4th class TSASK certification. Space is limited. To increase your chances of obtaining a seat in the ENGP 1803 Power Lab 2 course, please register by calling 306-659-4800 at 8:00 am, on or after July 2, 2014.

CSA approved footwear and safety glasses required.

Prerequisites: Power Engineering 4th Class /Power Lab 1, Pre-requisite: Power Lab 1 and successful completion of the 4th Class Power Engineering Part B exam OR successful completion of Part B or a correspondence course, as of the first day of classes. Questions should be directed to Les Gulka, 659-4234


(GST included), 90 hours Additional cost: Manuals (approx $20)
CRNStart DateFeeLocation
CRN: 201403-456February 2, 2015 - February 20, 2015
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri - 3:00-9:30 pm
Room: S115
Registration Deadline: February 2, 2015
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$1,375.00Saskatoon
CRN: 201403-457March 9, 2015 - March 27, 2015
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri - 3:00-9:30 pm
Room: S115
Registration Deadline: March 9, 2015
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$1,375.00Saskatoon
CRN: 201403-790April 7, 2015 - April 24, 2015
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri - 3:00-9:30 pm
Room: S115
Registration Deadline: April 7, 2015
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$1,375.00Saskatoon
This interactive and dynamic one-day workshop is designed specifically for lead hands, shop supervisors and team leaders in trades, industries and manufacturing. Participants will acquire tools that will enable them to take a proactive approach to supervision. Our facilitator is an experienced supervisor within a variety of trades and industries, and will discuss strategies to prevent most supervisory problems. Through discussion using realistic case studies based on situations unique to the trades environment, participants will develop tactics for dealing with problems quickly and decisively when they do occur.

Most people learn supervisory skills by trial and error and have never had formal training or even the time to consider the subtleties of supervisory skills – even supervisors with years of experience have found this workshop to be worthwhile, giving it very positive and enthusiastic reviews.

(GST included), 7 hours/1 week
CRNStart DateFeeLocation
CRN: 201403-272March 25, 2015
Wed - 8:00 am-3:29 pm
Room: 128
Registration Deadline: March 25, 2015
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$300.00Saskatoon

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