2023 Exhibitors Profiles
Exhibitors names and profiles will be posted as registration proceeds.
Gabriel Dumont Institute is a Saskatchewan-based educational, employment and cultural institute serving Métis across the province.
Skills Canada Saskatchewan is a not-for-profit Provincial Organization that promotes skilled trades and technologies to young people in Saskatchewan.
CANSAFE has been in the business of safety and pre-employment job readiness training for 30 years! We specialize in providing competency-based skill enhancement training for industry. Our company is fully prepared to deliver all training courses and programs wherever you need them. Our instructors use the latest in specialized training equipment, audio visual training aides and course materials.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is Canada's national police service. Proud of our traditions and confident in meeting future challenges, we commit to preserve the peace, uphold the law and provide quality service in partnership with our communities.
North West College Hairstylist Program
Hairstylist is a pre-employment diploma program. Hairstylists who want to work in the trade are legally required to first complete a 1500 hour pre-employment program. You will learn how to perform techniques on hair, wigs, hairpieces, skin and nails. You will also develop artistry, salon management and customer service skills. The program provides an apprenticeship period of up to two years. Graduates have the opportunity of going directly to Level 2 of the Esthetician Program.
North West College Heavy Equipment & Truck & Transport Technician Program
This program gives you basic training in two high-demand mechanical trades at once. Heavy duty equipment technicians work on large mobile equipment—bulldozers, cranes, graders, loaders and earthmovers used in construction, mining, forestry and more. Truck and transport mechanics work on trucks, buses and highway transport vehicles for dealers, garages and transportation companies.
Pattison Agriculture, a John Deere dealer, provides industry-leading technology, agronomic services, and support to ensure our customers are leading the way into the future of the industry. Pattison Ag is continually seeking the next achiever for our organization. Whether you're fresh out of high school or a seasoned performer, we will work to develop you as an individual through continued education and training.
Our mission is to provide a positive learning experience. It is our utmost priority to ensure that our students become attentive drivers for future employers and highway travelers. Our team works together! We want your training experience to be one you can reflect on in the future!
IT'S MORE THAN JUST PASSING A ROAD TEST! WE TAKE YOU ON THE ROADS LESS TRAVELED!
The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) oversees and administers the apprenticeship and trade certification system in Saskatchewan.
In this role, the SATCC fulfills four primary functions.
• trains apprentices;
• certifies tradespeople and apprentices;
• regulates the apprenticeship system of training; and
• promotes apprenticeship as a way for employers to meet their labour market requirements.
Logan’s Day Spa Training has been in operations for 2 years and is an SATCC accredited private training facility offering classes for individual esthetic services such as lash extensions, gel nails, facials, body waxing, makeup and manicures & pedicures.
SaskTel is the leading Information and Communications Technology (ICT) provider in Saskatchewan, with over $1.3 billion in annual revenue and approximately 1.4 million customer connections including 639,000 wireless accesses, 289,000 wireline network accesses, 289,000 internet accesses, 114,000 maxTV subscribers, and 81,000 security monitoring customers. SaskTel and its wholly-owned subsidiaries offer a wide range of ICT products and services including competitive voice, data and Internet services, wireless data services, maxTV services, data centre services, cloud-based services, security monitoring services, advertising services, and international software and consulting services. SaskTel and its wholly-owned subsidiaries have a workforce of approximately 3,400 full-time equivalent employees (FTEs).
Axiom Career College specializes in Medical Massage Therapy, Medical Administration, Clinical Office Assistant, and Dental Office Administration.
Local 179 is the largest Pipe trades Union in Saskatchewan, we represent Plumbers, Pipe fitters, Refrigeration techs, Sprinkler fitters and Welders. All these trades listed are great career opportunities and all have Apprenticeships offered within each trade. Prerequisites are you must have Graduated from High school or have your Ged. We work in all the 5 major construction trades which can provide an amazing living wage right from 1st year to Journeyman status. Our local Union has amazing benefit packages from H&W to a great Pension, we also offer an extensive amount of free training and upgrading opportunities related to all the trades we represent.
The Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) is a First Nations governed, credit-granting educational institution, offering a wide variety of innovative and market-relevant post-secondary, trades and industrial, and adult basic education programs across numerous campuses, career centres, and community-based locations across Saskatchewan.
Established in 1976, SIIT was created by First Nations leaders with a vision to provide quality post-secondary education created from an Indigenous worldview, in a space where traditional knowledge could be shared, and language and culture would be nurtured.
Our vibrant learning community is made up of 95% Indigenous learners and 65% Indigenous staff and faculty – who bring energy, life, culture, and kinship to the institution.
The mission of the Canadian Forces members is to defend our country, its interests and its values, while contributing to international peace and security. They serve in many capacities at home and throughout the world carrying on Canada’s proud military tradition.
Energy Safety Canada is the national safety association for the oil and gas industry. We develop and support common industry standards, deliver effective learning, share data analysis and safety expertise with industry, and advocate for worker health and safety.
Great Plains College is at the leading edge of Saskatchewan’s regional college system. The college is focused on meeting the needs of learners, employers and communities in western Saskatchewan. Our campuses are located in Kindersley, Swift Current and Warman and offer a number of post-secondary certificate, diploma and degree programs as well as university courses, safety training, Adult Basic Education and English language training. We are working to build stronger leaders, careers, partnerships and communities.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic serves students at campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon. In addition to apprenticeship training, we provide certificate, diploma and degree programs that serve every economic and public service sector.
WorkSafe Saskatchewan is a partnership between the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board and the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety. These partners work through an integrated provincial injury prevention strategy to deliver programs that move Saskatchewan towards zero workplace injuries.”
SGI is proud to be a Crown-owned, competitive insurance company with deep prairie roots. We have two parts: the Saskatchewan Auto Fund and SGI CANADA.
The Auto Fund is Saskatchewan’s compulsory auto insurance company. Our mission is to provide exceptional value (we operate on a break-even basis) and traffic safety leadership. To achieve both, we collaborate with almost 400 license issuers, five Tribal Councils, and countless community organizations.
SGI CANADA is our property and casualty business. Our mission is to reach profit and growth by providing exceptional customer and partner experiences. We partner with over 300 independent brokerages in over 1,500 locations in Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario.
USask has the largest cluster of health science disciplines in Canada with six colleges and three schools. Our students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to collaborate with other health science disciplines, such as Medicine, Pharmacy, and Public Health. This encourages collaboration among interprofessional teams to investigate and solve health problems both locally and globally.
For more than a year, members of the Saskatoon Police Service worked to create a vision of the future for our Service. We engaged our people, local business leaders, and community partners on the strategic direction of our police service over five years. Together, we developed a plan anchored by five pillars: Crime & Safety, Our People, Partnerships, Communication, and Innovation. The plan is designed to address crime and safety in a challenging environment, ensure our members reach their full potential, enrich relationships with the many diverse communities in Saskatoon, ensure accessibility and transparency through our communications and create sustainability through innovation and leading practices. Thank you for your interest in our plan to continue serving Saskatoon.
RAIS is Saskatchewan Digital Arts School
Offering diploma programs with hands-on technical training in Audio Engineering, Filmmaking, 3D Animation and Video Game Design.
Millar College of the Bible exists to develop passionate, relevant servants of Jesus Christ who are shaped by the entire Scriptures. This common goal guides all that we do on each of our three unique campuses.
NAIT’s hands-on, technology-based education and applied research are essential to the productivity and prosperity of Alberta. Graduates have the knowledge and skills employers want. They leave NAIT confident, prepared and in demand.
The College of Medicine is Saskatchewan's only medical school. We train the physicians, scientists, researchers and physical therapists the world needs.
Women in Trades and Technology (WITT) Powered by Orano supports women to succeed in non-traditional careers. We have coordinators on every campus to support your trades or technology journey at Sask Polytech. Additionally, we provide access to education for those looking to enter a trades or technology field and career support after you have completed your program. We want to change the trades and technology industries by making them a first-choice career option for women.
For 25 years, our industry-recognized employment training programs and support services have helped unemployed and underemployed women connect to higher-pay careers.
A dedicated group of volunteers, Citizens on Patrol, works with local law enforcement agencies (including the City’s Community Safety Officers and Battlefords RCMP detachment) to serve as an extra set of eyes and ears on the ground.
A non-profit, developmental services organization, Karis Disability Services (formerly Christian Horizons) helps people experiencing disabilities accomplish their goals and thrive in communities where their God-given gifts are valued and respected.
Professional land surveying and digital mapping services, tailored to your needs.
The OLP-PLO (Explore, Destination Clic, and Odyssey) are funded by the Government of Canada and administered by ministries and departments of education across the country. Officials from each province and territory work with the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) to promote the programs, establish common procedures and regulations, and help to ensure success for all participants.
Lodge 555 members work in Construction and Maintenance of: Pulp Mills, Power Generation Plants, Petrol-Chemical Plants, Hydro-Dams, Mines and in fabrication shops.
The North Battleford Fire Department is dedicated to the safety of everyone in our city. Continuous training, planning for different types and scopes of emergencies, and fire prevention education for the public are ways that the NBFD assists in building a safer community.
The first Indian controlled Health Centre in Canada was recently opened in the city of North Battleford, Saskatchewan. The opening of the Battlefords Indian Health Centre represents over 15 years of discussions, negotiations, confrontation and further negotiations by the Indian people in an attempt to maintain and improve health services for Indian people in the North Battleford District.
Access Communications is a Canadian telecommunications service provider operating in over 235 communities in Saskatchewan. Headquartered in Regina, the co-operative provides internet, cable television, telephone and security services to residential and business customers.
We keep the world turning. We're everwhere, working behind the scenes to keep equipment running that keep industry moving.