Established in 1976, the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) is one of the four Saskatchewan educational institutions with credit granting authority.
SIIT offers certificate and diploma programs in the trades and industrial areas, business, information technology, health and community studies, and adult basic education to more than 2,400 students annually. Programming is delivered through three principal campuses in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert, plus eight Career Centres and a number of learning centres located throughout the province. SIIT also operates the Saskatchewan Aviation Learning Centre at the Saskatoon airport.
Governed by First Nations leaders and representatives from across the province, SIIT strives to be the institute of choice for Aboriginal individuals. SIIT is building strong relationships and partnerships with a growing range of industry leaders, professional associations, and academic institutions.
- SIIT is celebrating its 40th Anniversary in 2016
- Some 93% of SIIT students are Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis or Non-Status)
- Two of every three students are over the age of 25; one in three has dependents
- Some 75% of SIIT learners complete their programs or continue their education
- Since 2010, SIIT students have represented 175 First Nations from Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Newfoundland-Labrador and the Northwest Territories
- Trades and Industrial
- Business and Technology
- Health and Community Studies
- Adult Basic Education (ABE)
- Pre-employment skills training through SIIT Career Centres
118 - 335 Packham Avenue
Asimakaniseekan Askiy Reserve
Toll Free: 800-667-9704