Award winning sustainability project
Saskatchewan Polytechnic instructor Ramon Ricafort started an applied research project that aims to find the best ways to reuse plastics made from polyethylene terephthalate. The project was recognized for its pioneering nature and won a Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) Saskatchewan Education for Sustainable Development Recognition Award. The project will continue its work and is supported, as well as funded, by the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Office of Applied Research and Innovation.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic joins digital cluster
The institution has become part of the Digital Technology Supercluster to work on a project called Project Looking Glass. The project aims to support government and industry to use COVID-19 data to assess risk in public policy and practice. The primary objective is to use evidence to inform decision making for the maximum benefit of citizens and ensuring the continued protection of their health.
Students in line for professional designation
Students studying the Supply Chain Management postgraduate certificate course can now earn credits towards a professional accreditation with a Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) designation. The designation has been made possible by the partnership between the institution and Supply Chain Canada.
Human resources CPHR accreditation
The Business diploma in Human Resources at Saskatchewan Polytechnic is accredited as a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) program. Students on the course who achieve an average of 70 percent or above are exempt from having to sit for the National Knowledge Exam.