Partners

Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) 

The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) and the Canadian International Training and Education Corporation (CITREC) have signed a partnership agreement.

CITREC will be offering these assessment services in foreign countries under the IMMSKILLS brand. This assessment service will provide an avenue for foreign trained workers to have a pre-assessment prepared for their training credentials prior to immigrating or working for a employer in Saskatchewan and Canada. The assessment service for foreign nationals will be provided directly by CITREC for both voluntary and compulsory trades on a fee-for-service basis.

Through this unique partnership, people immigrating to Saskatchewan will be able to identify the potential value of their trade and qualifications. The assessment results will assist the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission in their review of documentation for people wishing to challenge certification examinations (journeyperson), or enter apprenticeship-training programs, in Saskatchewan. Those who SATCC deems to have successfully met the tradesperson eligibility requirements will be able to apply to take the journeyperson examination once they have located in Saskatchewan; those who achieve interprovincial “Red Seal” journeyperson status could earn a higher wage, and work anywhere in Canada.

University of Mauritius (UOM)

The  Canadian  International  Training  &  Education  Corp  (CITREC) and the University of Mauritius (UOM) have signed a partnership agreement that will  ensure  that  UOM  graduates  receive  transfer  credits towards  their  study  of Canada’s accounting program.

 

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

SIAST offers approximately 160 programs in business and agriculture, health and science, technology, industry, nursing, hospitality services, community services and basic education.SIAST provide training to apprentices in almost 30 trades.Located in Western Canada Saskatchewan’s economy is largely based on energy,mining,agriculture and manufacturing. As a public Institute SIAST has a mandate in the province to design and deliver vocational and technical education and training that leads to employment and self-employment. http://www.siast.sk.ca/employers/programs_courses/ivtb.shtml

 

 

Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC)

CITREC partnership with the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) will allow international clients to access emerit education, training and certification in their home countries and to obatain occupational knowledge certificate in their home country.

Certification and assessments for this international project will be provided through CITREC’s partnership with the Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council. Under this partnership foreign nationals will be able to access 46 tourism occupations. Established in 1993, the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC) addresses labour market issues and promotes professionalism in the Canadian tourism sector. Collectively, council members work on behalf of 164,000 businesses that make up the sector. CTHRC brings together tourism businesses, labour unions, associations, educators, and governments to coordinate human resource development activities in support of a globally competitive and sustainable Canadian tourism sector. CTHRC’s emerit program is Canada’s most recognized standard in tourism training . http://citrec.com/citrec-enters-into-a-partnership-agreement-with-the-canadian-tourism-human-resource-council-cthrc

Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council

STEC is a non-government, non-profit, award-winning division of Tourism Saskatchewan. STEC is also a founding member of the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC). As a Tourism Human Resource Organization, STEC is committed to the provision of education and training that supports professional growth and human resource development in Saskatchewan’s tourism sector. STEC offer industry-developed National Occupational Standards in 46 tourism occupations; Professional Certification in 27 frontline, supervisory, and managerial positions; a variety of workshops for tourism professionals; career awareness initiatives that include presentations to high school students across Saskatchewan; and a Ready to Work – Tourism Careers program that provides unemployed individuals with the skills and experience needed for long-term, rewarding careers in tourism. STEC is also considered a national leader for its ongoing involvement in tourism businesses and has grown into one of the most active, service-oriented Tourism Human Resource Organizations in Canada.http://www.stec.com/files/CITREC.pdf

 

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