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Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
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Tuition: $4,400  Students: 1,100
Address
118 - 335 Packham Avenue
Saskatoon, SK      S7N 4S1
306-244-4444

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies


Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies is an educational institution of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations. It was established in 1976, which offered education and training programs to Saskatchewan’s First Nations adults. Its previous name was Saskatchewan Indian Community College, but later changed to its present name in 1985. SIIT became one of the post-secondary institutes that are controlled by First Nations in Canada, and today the Institute serves as First Nations’ provider of technical employment, educational services for continued career growth, and vocational programs. ... continued below

About Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies

Campus: Facilities, Residence and Location

Presently, Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technology has nine campuses. SIIT boasts of certified programming (collaboration with other provincial universities and other educational schools to give two-year diplomas); partnering with industry (partnerships with employment and industy sectors that can help deliver trainings programs for the employment of its graduates); academic preparation (diverse academic and personal upgrading options are given to First Nation students, which can range from literacy programming to post-secondary preparatory programs); and out of the province delivery (programs of SIIT are delivered to potential First Nations students outside of Saskatchewan.

Student Services and Student Life

The Institute helps students succeed in their academic goals through support, advising, counseling, and planning. New, returning, and transfer students are given orientation sessions to acquaint them about necessary information, such as registration requirements, student status, financial aid assistance, testing, campus or community facilities, and study skills. For counseling services, students are encouraged to visit the Elders for advice; and for social activities, students are highly encouraged to join the extra-curricular activities provided by the Institute, such as fund-raising activities, guest speaking, or becoming a part of the graduation committee.

SIIT offers the following programs to its students: ACADEMIC PREPARATION (Pre-Adult 10, Adult 10, and Academic Secondary Education Adult 12); HEALTH AND COMMUNITY STUDIES (Certificate in Aboriginal Employment Development, Community Health, Community Services Addictions Certificate, Community Services Addictions Diploma, Educational Assistant, First Nations Child Care, First Nations Home Child Care Provider, First Nations Orientation Day Care, First Nations Orientation to Headstart, Health Care Aide, Practical Nurse Preparation, and Practical Nurse); MANAGEMENT STUDIES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Accounting, Information Technology Diploma, Business Administration-Certificate Level, Business Administration-Diploma Level, Office Administration Certificate, and Program and Transfer Guide); TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL (Apprenticeship, Construction Trades, Carpentry Level I (Apprenticeship) Program, Construction Worker Preparation, Welding Applied Certificate, Heavy Equipment Operation, Process Operation Technician I/II, Industrial Career Development, and Women in Trades); PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OR TRAINING (Governance Training Centre, Applied Certificates in Workplace Management, and Workplace Management Certificate).

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Students who plan to apply for a scholarship at the Institute should first qualify. The criteria given by SIIT mandates the following: students in Year I should have a 60% average; students in Year II should have a 70% average; they should submit a 50-word biography; they should be Saskatchewan residents for a minimum of twelve months; they must have a 90% attendance average; of Aboriginal status (status or non-status First Nations, Metis or Inuit); the learners must be full-time students who are taking a full course load; they should have leadership skills and community involvement; and lastly, the applicants must not hold a SaskEnergy award in conjunction with other scholarships or bursaries exceeding and aggregate total of $5,000.00.

Saskatoon Information

Saskatoon is located in central Saskatchewan, Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon is the most populous city in the province of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon is recognized as one of the world's leading agricultural biotechnology centres. Some of this research takes place at Innovation Place Research Park and the University of Saskatchewan (U of S). The U of S hosts the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) that conducts infectious diseases research to develop infectious diseases controls for humans and animals.

The city has four distinct seasons. Extreme temperatures range from -50?C in winter to 41?C in summer. Saskatoon is fairly dry with the summer being the wettest sea son. A positive aspect of the low precipitation is that Saskatoon is one of the sunniest cities in Canada, averaging 2,381 hours of bright sunshine annually.


 





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