International Projects

For more than 25 years, Saskatchewan Polytechnic has been a leader internationally, and is highly regarded for its strong industry relevant education model. Saskatchewan Polytechnic has developed a reputation for skills development, teacher training, capacity building, curriculum development, research, knowledge transfer, and for close institutional linkages with industry, which prepares for a highly skilled workforce. Further, Saskatchewan Polytechnic has expanded its industry-training programs abroad, and emerging countries are increasingly are looking to Saskatchewan Polytechnic as a model for addressing skills shortages and the needs of a growing young population seeking employment.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic has designed, delivered and managed international projects. We have extensive project experience in:

  • Africa,
  • Asia,
  • Caribbean,
  • Central America,
  • Eastern Europe and
  • the Middle East.

If you are interested in working on international projects, please contact us:

International Projects

Angela Wojcichowsky, Director
Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus, Phoenix Building
200 – 226 – 20th Street East | PO Box 1520,
Saskatoon SK  S7K 0R6       
Canada

+1 306.659.6915
Angela.Wojcichowsky@saskpolytech.ca

Colombia

  • Prospecting, Exploration and Mining of Gold Bearing Minerals Project; $350,000; 2014-2017

Ghana

  • Technical and Vocational Education Training Skills Training Project; $60,000; 2017
  • Establishment the Wa Polytechnic Project; $1.2 million; 2005-2010
  • Where is Wa? Project; $57,000; 2007-2008

India

  • Canada India Industry Institute Linkage Project; $167,000; 2001-2002 

Jordan

  • Building and Extending Skills Training Systems Project; $6 million; 2008-2012
  • Employer Driven Skills Development Project; $109,150; 2007
  • Supporting Jordan’s Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy Project; $100,775; 2006-2007 

Kyrgyz Republic

  • Training for Employment Project; $800,000; 2000-2003 

Malawi

  • Socio-Economic Development in Malawi through TEVET Reform; $3.8 million; 2008-2014
  • Enhancing TEVET Outcomes Project; $1.42 million; 2003-2008

Panama

  • Rural Extension Development; $533,414; 2000-2004

Slovakia

  • Slovak Training Systems Project; $360,000; 2000-2002

Vietnam

  • Tra Vinh Improved Livelihoods Project; $2.85 million; 2005-2009
  • Vietnam Canada Community College Project; $2.77 million; 2001-2006
  • Vietnam Teacher Retraining Project; $360,000; 2001-2002 

Ukraine

  • Skills for Employment Project; $3.49 million; 2012-2016
  • Decentralized Management of Skills Training Project in Ukraine; $6 million; 2005-2012 

Yemen

  • Technical Education and Vocational Training II Project Design Project; $95,575; 2006