Heavy Equipment and Truck and Transport Technician
The 36-week Heavy Equipment & Truck & Transport Technician Certificate program gives you basic training in two high-demand mechanical trades at the same time. Heavy Duty equipment technicians work on large mobile equipment – bulldozers, cranes, graders, loaders, & earthmovers used in construction, mining, forestry, & more. Truck & Transport mechanics work on trucks, buses, & highway transport vehicles for dealers, garages & transportation companies.
Successful graduates could receive credit towards their journeyperson certification from Sask Apprenticeship (SATCC).
- Grade 11 (with one of the following mathematics: Foundations of Math 20, Pre-Calculus 20 or Workplace and Apprenticeship Math 20) or Accuplacer Testing
- English language requirement
Course includes one week of safety training; exact safety course to be determined.
For specific course information, please visit the Saskatchewan Polytechnic website.
Fall 2020 Program Intake Information
Program Dates: August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021
Tuition: $5620 (Tuition based on 2019 rates, subject to change without notice)
Materials: $1380 (Materials based on 2019 rates, subject to change without notice)
Applications submitted after July 1st
- Application fee of $50 due at time of application
- Tuition deposit of $500 due 10 business days after acceptance into the program OR August 14th (whichever occurs first)
*In order to ensure prompt acceptance into our program, applicants should make every effort to ensure that applicable transcripts have been received by our Registrar’s office within 5 business days of program application*
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Information about Fall 2020:
Southeast College is planning to integrate technology across its curriculum starting in fall 2020. Our students, their student experience and academic success are at the forefront of our plan as we move forward.
We expect to begin programs as currently scheduled, although start dates and delivery methods may be modified or adjusted to ensure that its programs and services follow the direction and guidance of the provincial government and Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer.
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