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Career Assessment and Testing Services

Individuals who wish to enhance their career decision making and planning through one or a battery of career assessment instruments may do so by first meeting with a Career Services counsellor to ensure that the assessment instruments selected will meet the specific needs of the individual. There is no fee for an initial career counselling appointment. However, there is a charge for any career assessment tests used in the counselling process.

Career Services:
SIAST Kelsey Campus, Saskatoon
306-659-4047

SIAST Palliser Campus, Moose Jaw
306-691-8311

SIAST Wascana Campus, Regina
306-775-7436

SIAST Woodland Campus, Prince Albert
306-765-1611


Career Action Planning and Portfolio Development Workshop

Career Action Planning and Portfolio Development is a four-day workshop in Moose Jaw. Each participant assesses his or her work interests, abilities and personality type. This information is used to explore and identify career options. Activities include library research, online research and one-on-one guidance with a career planning facilitator.

Each participant has the opportunity to create a Career Plan of Action that identifies short- and long-term goals, plans to overcome barriers and possible funding opportunities. Each participant creates an employment portfolio to use during a job search.

All materials are provided free of charge. The workshop is free, confidential and open to anyone, over the age of 18, interested in doing career research and exploration.

Instructor: Marily Snell

To register email: exnerb@siast.sk.ca or phone: 306-691-8282. Registration forms are completed on the first day of the workshop.



Prerequisites: Must be 18 years of age or older.


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SIAST is Saskatchewan's primary public institution for post-secondary technical education and skills training. A member of Polytechnics Canada, SIAST's programs range from certificates to degrees. The institution serves 26,000 distinct students through campuses in Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon, and through extensive distance education opportunities.

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