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Partnerships

Let's create the future together

We work together with industry leaders to design and develop Surge Micro-credentials. This partnership ensures our programs reflect and connect students with real industry skills and demands from today’s top employers.

Partners

Government of Saskatchewan

Investing in the future of learning in our province, the Government of Saskatchewan is a strong Surge Micro-credentials partner. Through funding from a variety of ministries the government is helping learners upskill, reskill and formalize skills. This will provide employers with the workforce needed to power Saskatchewan’s economy.

IMII

June 2, 2021 – The International Minerals Innovation Institute (IMII) and Saskatchewan Polytechnic digital upskilling pilot project will provide digital skills training to address the technology shift the mining sector is experiencing. While this technological evolution improves productivity and efficiency in the mining industry, it also creates a need for upskilling employees to keep up with digital advances. This pilot project is funded by IMII and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Immigration and Career Training.

Netco

May 5, 2021 - The Government of Canada is providing close to $5 million, over five years, to the National Electrical Trade Council (NETCO) for the project Online Apprentice Support Initiatives for Success (OASIS) under the Innovation in Apprenticeship Stream of the Union Training and Innovation Program.

Microsoft

March 17, 2021 - Microsoft Canada Skills Program empowers students to develop skills in in-demand areas including data analytics, AI and cloud certifications by collaborating with post-secondary institutions to deliver the most up-to-date curriculum so students can thrive in the digital economy.

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November 18, 2020 - Saskatchewan Polytechnic has joined the Next Generation Manufacturing Supercluster to work on Internet of Things, machine learning, cybersecurity and additive manufacturing projects and to support related training. The Next Generation Manufacturing Supercluster was created to build up advanced manufacturing capabilities in Canada, incorporating technologies like robotics and 3D printing.

Develop your own Training

Surge Studio

Develop custom credentialing for your business with Surge Studio. From healthcare to trades, Surge Studio helps streamline and structure your training process based on your individual business needs. 

Contact our programming team to learn more:

surgestudio@saskpolytech.ca

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