Programs and Events
Do you want to be part of a team and have a challenging and rewarding career with emergency services?
Join us at this information session to learn about a day in the life of Regina EMS, Police and Firefighter services and get your questions answered on basic requirements, schooling, salaries and workplace realities. Cost is free. Interested individuals can email Brittany.email@example.com to register.
Join us for Women in Trades & Technology (WITT) Wednesdays where you can connect with the WITT team.
The Zoom sessions are from noon - 1 p.m. on the last Wednesday of every month. The sessions are open to anyone (public, students, female, male, LGBTQ2S+) and will focus on trade and technology questions.
The WITT program helped me discover potential careers that I wouldn’t have realized before taking part in one of their workshops. It was a safe, helpful environment where I was able to learn so much. With the help of some wonderful people at WITT I was given the encouragement and confidence to decide the next step towards my future. Pre-employment welding was the best choice for me. After the intro to welding and valuable experience I gained in the WITT workshop it wasn’t a difficult jump for me to make. I strongly encourage everyone to go to a workshop. There are always skills to learn and experience is to gain.
Camps and Courses for Youth
An introduction for girls ages 12-15 to possible future careers in trades and technology while they attend an interactive week-long day camp.
This weeklong summer camp, funded by CWB Welding Foundation, provides hands-on welding instruction to young women interested in pursuing a career in the industry.
A camp for youths between the ages of 13-17 to explore game development at Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Virtual Plan Program Play.
Empowering women in skilled trades & technologies.
Join the conversation. Join us for an intimate, live discussion with people in the trade & technologies sectors. Live streaming of presenters, round-table/panel discussion & a moderated Q&A. We will open the floor to questions, so mark your calendars for this live event!
Registration available at https://skillscanadasask.com/skills-expo
Saskatchewan Polytechnic 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.
As a female student or apprentice in these Sask Polytech programs, you can access support and mentorship through your education and after graduation. We can connect you with experienced trades and technology professionals to support your educational and career journey.
Our goal is to bridge the employment gap between men and women in trades and technology careers.Find out which Sask Polytech programs have WITT mentorships available.
Want to get involved? Become a mentor or find a mentor today.
We are able to do customized workshops. Please enquire with your local coordinator.