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Parkland College

Parkland College

City: Yorkton
Province/State: Saskatchewan
College Website: http://www.parklandcollege.sk.ca
Mechanic Programs: Heavy Truck • Heavy Equipment • Agriculture Tech

Multi-Mechanical Trades Program Summary (Yorkton Campus):
Parkland College is pleased to offer the SIAST Multi-Mechanical Trades program designed for those individuals interested in entry level positions to service and maintain motive power equipment in the following mechanical trades: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Transport, Agricultural Machinery or Automotive Service.

Students learn the skills necessary to assemble, repair, service and maintain all types of heavy duty and automotive equipment through a combination of classroom instruction and hands on shop time. The course includes a two week on the job work experience component in an industrial setting upon completion of the classroom time. Students may apply for Level 1 Technical Training credit and trade time upon indenturing as an apprentice with the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission in one of the above trades.

Upon successful completion, SIAST credit will be granted for specific course modules provided marks of 60% or better have been achieved. Those wanting to become indentured apprentices will require a minimum 70% weighted average for the course.

Length: 26 weeks

Program Contact Details:
Parkland College
32 Smith Street West
Yorkton, SK S3N 3X5
Ph: 306-786-2762
Toll Free: 1-866-783-6766
Fax: 306-786-7866
Email: [email protected]

As the 21st century transforms the world into a knowledge-based society, there is an increasing need for individuals to be well-educated and highly skilled. These global trends impact and challenge communities and post-secondary institutions that serve them. Parkland College is committed to creating and delivering an innovative continuum of learning to stimulate individual, community and economic growth and to providing and celebrating quality learning and service to students.

This commitment to students is exemplified in all areas of the college – through individual student attention and support, well-trained and caring instructors, celebration of student successes, learning and service options and a safe, secure and supportive environment.