WOMEN IN TRADES
Is it time to start planning for the career of your
future? Have you always wanted to work with tools
but haven’t had the opportunity?
The Women in Trades Courses are hands-on,
weekend workshops offering an introduction
to a variety of basic trades skills.
The course is 4 weekends
Winter Course: Oct. 23/24; Nov. 6/7; Nov. 20/21; Dec. 4/5
AUTO BODY: Learn vehicle panel repair, preparation, and painting techniques.
AUTOMOTIVE: Learn to perform a variety of vehicle checks, an oil and
filter change, and a tire change.
BUILDING SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN: Learn about boiler parts, automation
controls, and a variety of basic building systems skills.
CARPENTRY: Learn how to frame and erect a wall, install a door and window,
and install sheathing.
ELECTRICAL: Learn how to wire a light, a switch, and an electrical outlet.
MACHINING: Learn to use tap and die, cutting, drilling, and grinding tools.
PLUMBING: Learn how to solder, install a faucet and toilet, and basic furnace and
hot water heater maintenance.
WELDING: Learn to assemble and tack weld steel, use assorted shaping
methods, as well as, use cleaning, finishing, and cutting tools.
For more information, contact: Michelle Lanoie at 306-775-7503 or
To register, visit: saskpolytech.ca/WITT.saskpolytech.