Please note that there are insufficient numbers for a team bus to Edmonton for the National Competition. Please make your own arrangements to drive or fly. Please remember that you are responsible for travel to and from the event.
Please note the dates and times for your competitors and for yourself to plan accordingly. Please note that Team Sask will have their team meeting on Sunday, June 3, in the early afternoon. More details to follow, so teacher advisers and competitors please check your emails and this site for updates.
Read below a message sent from Skills Canada for all competitors and advisers. Please share with your competitors.
As you all know, this is a full BYOD event. As a reminder, below is an extract from the Competition Rules regarding BYOD. Make sure to advise your competitors to read the Contest Description for any computer specification. In addition to the information below, I would like to advise on when competitors should bring their computers onsite.
1.1 Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
The SCNC is a BYOD event. As stated in the contest description, competitors will need to bring their own computer in order to compete in certain skill areas.
Karine R Dupuis
This was a fantastic day for Saskatchewan youth who delivered their very best efforts in our one day provincial skills competition. Winners will travel to Edmonton in early June to compete at the 2018 National Skills Competition.
Special thanks to Executive Director Al Gabert for his dedication, vision, and perserverence to make this another memorable event for Saskatchewan youth and Skilled Trades and Technologies in Saskatchewan.
Special thanks to our Board of Directors for their ongoing support of all the work we do for Saskatchewan youth.
Special thanks to Kelly Beckett for her superb organizational skills and for answering the many, many questions that came to the office.