Manufacturing & Mining
Engineering Career Panel
Engineering careers in Saskatchewan were highlighted in this live SIEC event. Students were introduced to five professional engineers from Nutrien and Hatch, and they learned about the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Engineering.
Melanie Stare (Chief Mine Engineer, Nutrien): 4:45
Kaitlyn Dilsner (University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering): 27:45
Hatch Engineers (Justin Lewis, Brittany Chubey, Graeme Whitecross, and Craig Lytle): 44:45
Virtual Scavanger Hunt
- Race through local manufacturing facilities (virtually) to learn about the inner workings of manufacturing facilities that develop products for all over the world. You will also have a chance to win great prizes.
- To participate, click here.
- Not sure what program is right for you? interested to know what student life is like? Hear from current program heads from Saskpolytech’s School of Mining, Energy & Manufacturing regarding their programs, career paths and what life in their program is all about. This includes Welding, Machining and Engineering Technology. Click here to access video.
Doppl Inc. facility tour
- Join us as we tour a local manufacturing facility to get an inside look at manufacturing in Saskatchewan
- Learn about manufacturing in Saskatoon and hear about different careers. Click here to access video.
Doppl Inc. Viewing Guide – answer questions as you follow along with the video.
“Who is Doppl Inc.? They are a Canadian IoT solutions provider that designs and manufactures smart sensor technology for industrial applications. With a focus on quality and reliability, Doppl is committed to building new and innovative products that increase operational efficiency, accountability, and safety.”
- Not sure what it is like to work in the manufacturing world? Request to borrow a 3D Printer or Virtual Welder so your class may experience hands-on manufacturing jobs.
- Equipment is limited.
- It is the responsibility of the teacher/school to pick up and return equipment.
Still Have Questions about Your Future?
Today, manufacturing is more than just a job. It’s a career where young people can be challenged as they literally invent, produce and distribute the everyday items and technologies of the future. Kids don’t know about the opportunities in this field because their parents and teachers don’t. But it’s time for that to change. Click title to access full article.
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What does the best first-year program look like?
If you’re interested in a hands-on trade, check out Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Welding program. We’ll get you started on a career that offers a lot of options, great mobility and excellent pay.
The world runs on power. Power engineering technologists are in charge of operating and maintaining the complex systems used to operate industrial boilers, pumps, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Demand for skilled power engineers is growing, opening the door to good jobs in the oil patch, mining, manufacturing, power generation utilities and more.
The Computer Engineering Technology program is a three-year, nationally recognized, diploma offered full time at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Moose Jaw campus. You’ll get an exceptional hands-on learning experience during five semesters of classroom study and three Co-operative Education work terms.
If you’re considering a career in construction, mining or manufacturing, you may be interested in the Engineering Design & Drafting Technology program at Sask Polytech. You’ll use industry-standard software to collaborate, design, model, draft, coordinate and document projects in many disciplines, such as construction, mining and manufacturing.
Imagine you could redesign anything to fit a specific need—make it smaller, bigger or stronger. Now imagine if you could actually “print” a 3D prototype? As a computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) engineering technologist, you’ll help turn great ideas into practical plans.
Machinists are in high demand in western Canada—from the oil patch to power utilities, from manufacturing facilities to mines, mills and chemical plants. Offered in Saskatoon and Regina, our one-year certificate program can fast-track you into the workforce, and give you a head start on apprenticeship. You’ll learn on a variety of machine tools in our well-equipped shops including lathes, mills, drill presses, surface grinders, CNC lathes and machining centres.
The Innovative Manufacturing Centre (IMC) is an integrated, multi-campus, network of facilities that incorporate established and emerging manufacturing methods and technologies that meet the current and future needs of manufacturing in Saskatchewan.
Does work stop during a global pandemic? Now more than ever, CNH plants are heading back to work to continue to be at the forefront of developing equipment/materials for the agriculture, construction and transport.
The industries first fully electric backhoe loader. It delivers power and perforance of a diesel backhoe.
Manufactured by Crestline Coach, a global leader in ambulance manufacturing right out of Saskatoon, Sk.
Ever wonder how an ambulance gets manufactured? All the steps that go into the process? All the differenet people/jobs it takes to make one ambulance?
How do you build an ambulance in under 3 minutes? Check it out!
DynaIndustrial in Saskatoon designs and manufactures material for the pipe industry. This includes engineers, machinists, welders and millwrights working together to manufacture unique designs to meet sector needs.
A large compenent of manufacturing is the process of CNC Machining. See the transformation on this part from start to finish!
Check out this Angle Drilling Head in action. A huge timesaveor for companies that work in the manufacturing sector.