Saskatchewan Polytechnic News
Wellness Steering Committee UpdateCommunications and Marketing - July 30, 2018
This May, Saskatchewan Polytechnic announced the creation of a new Wellness Strategy. Wellness is vital to student success and healthy workplaces. That's why Sask Polytech is creating a new approach to promote wellness across our campuses.
School of Construction and School of Transportation dean leverages Sask Polytech expertise to grow national partnershipsCommunications and Marketing - July 25, 2018
July 25, 2018 – Last fall, Paul Carter joined Saskatchewan Polytechnic as dean for the School of Construction and School of Transportation, based out of the Saskatoon campus. Since joining Sask Polytech, Carter has developed licensing agreements to offer online training for construction and transportation courses, bringing Sask Polytech programming to students at other Canadian college or polytechnic institutions.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Wellness Steering CommitteeCommunications and Marketing - July 13, 2018
July 13, 2018 - This May, Saskatchewan Polytechnic announced the creation of a new Wellness Strategy. Wellness is vital to student success and healthy workplaces. That's why Sask Polytech is shifting our current approach and resources to promote wellness across our campuses.
A new way to think about safetyCommunications and Marketing - July 12, 2018
When we think about safety, images of hard hats and safety vests come to mind. But safety is more than that – it’s about creating and maintaining a work place in which the worker feels physically, mentally and emotionally safe.
Sask Polytech summer trades camps introduce girls to tradesCommunications and Marketing - July 12, 2018
July 12, 2018 – Girls ages 12-15 are attending week-long trades and technology camps at Saskatchewan Polytechnic this month. Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) camps provide participants with a safe, supportive environment to explore the tools, equipment and skills needed for a trades and technology career. GETT campers are taught a variety of trades and technology skills with the final project being a desk made of recycled pallets.