SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES

SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES

Mission Statement:

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) began operations in 1976 as one of the first First Nation controlled post-secondary institutes in Canada. SIIT's first programs catered to Saskatchewan's First Nations adults in adult academic upgrading, introductory skills and trades, and basic management. Since then, the institute's mandate has expanded to include certified technical, vocational and trade programming. There are nine SIIT locations throughout Saskatchewan, making it one of the most accessible institutes of learning in the province. Students can choose from campuses in Fort Qu'Appelle, La Ronge, Meadow Lake, North Battleford, Onion Lake, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon or Yorkton to expand their education and start their careers.

Programs Offered Include:

Health and Community Studies
Certificate in Aboriginal Employment Development , Community Health (CHR) , Community Services Addictions , Community Services Addictions Diploma , Educational Assistant , First Nations Child Care , Health Care Aide , Licensed Practical Nurse , Practical Nurse Preparation , Primary Care Paramedic certificate

Management Studies and Information Technology
Accounting , Information Technology Diploma , Management Studies - Certificate Level , Management Studies - Diploma Level , Office Management Certificate

Professional Development/Training
Governance Training Centre - Applied Certificates on Workplace Management

Trades and Industrial
Apprenticeship, ConstructionTrades , Process Operation Technician I/II , Welding Applied Certificate , Women in Trades (WIT)

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