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Power Engineering

Program Summary

In partnership with Prairie South School Division, students enroll in their online Power Engineering 20L and Power Engineering 30L courses. Students receive hands-on training in the SaskPower mobile simulation lab as well as job shadow opportunities at the SaskPower Queen Elizabeth Power Plant. They are then eligible to write the TSASK Power Engineering Class 5 exam.

For more information, contact Michelle Hardy at [email protected] 

or visit https://virtualschool.prairiesouth.ca/class-5-power-engineering

Application Info


Wednesday, June 15th, 2022

Application Process

(When using the fillable PDF’s DO NOT fill the PDF when it is open in an internet browser; the info you enter will not save properly!)

Here are the instructions to follow to ensure all files save correctly:

  1. Open the PDF
  2. Click download PDF
  3. Save the PDF on your computer and name it accordingly
  4. Sam_Smith_PowerEngineeringApplication
  5. Open the file you have downloaded
  6. Complete the application
  7. Save the application and submit it via email

NOTE: Any students within Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, Saskatoon Public Schools, and Prairie Spirit School Division applying for the program must apply through the SIEC. DO NOT register directly through Prairie South School Division or you will be responsible for paying the registration fees.

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