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Home - Prairie Arctic Trades Training Centre Phone: (306) 382-4355 Email: email@example.com Home About Us Programs & Services Facilities Partners Contact Welcome to the Prairie Arctic Trades Training Centre web page! Please look through our course offerings. We provide trade training and custom learning opportunities for our clients, to meet their needs. Click here to download our new brochure. Latest News February - March 2017 Scaffolding programs have recently concluded in Lloydminster and in Laloche with 4 of our students joining the local workforce immediately upon conclusion of the class, as well, the Concrete Program in Winnipeg has concluded. The 20 week Carpentry Program in Winnipeg and the 10 week carpentry Program in Big River are still in progress. Saskatoon Tribal Council has partnered with Prairie Arctic Trades to provide a 6 Week Introduction to Scaffolding program at our offices located at 3730 Kinnear Place in Saskatoon which started on February 27, while a Scaffolding Program is scheduled to start on March 6 at the Mistiwasis First Nation. DTI and PATTC are also hosting a scaffolding program at the Regina office. This program has the unique feature of providing essential skills training (one week prior) and safety training (one week after) for a total of 8 weeks of job training and preparation for the students. March 13 will mark the beginning of the 6 Week Scaffolding Program for Saskatchewan Indigenous Institute of Technology (SIIT) at our Saskatoon location. And not to forget, Level 1 Apprenticeship training in Winnipeg, Level 2 Apprenticeship training in Saskatoon and Level 4 Apprenticeship training in Regina all occur in the Month of March! Cumberland House, in partnership with Dumont Technical Institute (DTI), is hosting an 8 week introductory program to the Millwright trade. We have started our fall schedule bookings, please contact us for your training needs! January 2017 The new year is here and Prairie Arctic Trades Training Center (PATTC) is off to a running start. The 6 week Introduction to Scaffolding Program is underway in Lloydminster with a scheduled conclusion on February 17, 2017. The Lloydminster program is running in parallel with a program in the northern community of Laloche. Many thanks to our contracting partners; the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology (SIIT) and Dumont Technical Institute (DTI) These organizations have demonstrated continued commitment to advancing the skilled trades amongst First Nations in Saskatchewan! A 10 week Introduction to Carpentry class started at the beginning of the year at Big River First Nation. The course includes topics such as: Safety Hand Tools Power Tools Scaffolds and Ladders Building Layout Concrete Framing Exterior Finish Interior Finishes We currently have 12 students learning the skills that will benefit themselves, industry and the community for many years to come. The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Commission (SATCC) is running a Level 4 Apprenticeship class in Saskatoon and a Level 2 Apprenticeship program in Regina. Remember, apprenticeship training is not a direct entry program, please contact your local apprenticeship offices or PARC in Regina or Saskatoon to obtain more information on how to apprentice in the Scaffolding and Carpentry trades. Indigenous Leadership Development Institute’s 20 week Introduction to Carpentry course has return to Winnipeg classrooms after the Christmas break. Welcome back everyone! In the New Year!! 2017 will be starting off with the return of the Indigenous Leadership Development Institute’s 20 week Introduction to Carpentry course returning in Winnipeg after the Christmas break. Welcome Back! Introduction to Scaffolding programs will be starting on January 9, 2017 in Lloydminster in partnership with the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies as well as in Laloche in partnership with Dumont Technical Institute. Big River First Nation will be starting a 10 week Introduction to Carpentry on January 9 to help students learn basic carpentry skills in order to find employment in the trades and to gather the skills to build the community. Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Commission Level 4 Scaffolding begins its three week run in Saskatoon January 9 and Level 2 starts in Regina on the same date. Please talk to your Apprenticeship Training Coordinator for any questions in regard to the training. To the East, Level 3/Level 4 split for Apprenticeship training in Manitoba is on the schedule for January 9. Best wishes to all from PATTC in the New Year!! December We are wrapping up our classes for 2016 and would like to acknowledge the residents of Peter Ballantyne First Nation in Pelican Narrows and Paul at Northlands College for supporting the 6 week Introduction to Scaffolding course which concluded on December 9. Also, we would like to recognize Aluma Systems for their support. The class in Big River concluded on December 9 with ten students completing the program. A lunch was held on December 8 for the students and the instructor which was sponsored by the local Tribal Council to celebrate the accomplishments of the group. The 6 week Introduction to Scaffolding Program wound up on December 16, 2016 in Bowden Alberta with the students at the institute looking forward to trying their new skills in the spring! Thanks to Hughie and Colin at the Alberta Carpenters Training Center for making this happen and to Aluma Systems in Calgary with their help with gear. The staff at Prairie Arctic Trades Training Center would like to thank all of the individuals who participated in the programs the best of luck in the future! October-November Busy times at PATTC with training in: Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Pelican Narrows, Big River First Nation and Bowden Alberta. Recently, we have concluded one day Scaffold Awareness training for the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology Carpentry program as well as for the YWCA. We are in the final stages of planning for our spring 2017 training schedule with only a few spots left. The 2017-2018 (that’s right 2018!) will be under construction as soon as 2017 arrives, so please contact us as early as possible so we can ensure that PATTC can meet your future training needs. Remember PATTC provides training in: Scaffolding Carpentry Millwright Steel Stud and Drywall Concrete finishing Welding We can tailor the needs of your students or employees to match that of industry requirements in terms of course scheduling, duration and content. We are also interested in participating in job fairs and Try-a-Trade days in your community. Let us know if we can help! September 2016 Saskatoon: September 12 is the first day of class for our Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) 6 week Introduction to Scaffolding program taking place at the Prairie Arctic Regional Council location at 3730 Kinnear Place. We currently have 12 new students learning the craft of Scaffolding and st...