Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program

Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program

Carlton Trail College, in partnership with BHP, is offering a Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program at Punnichy, SK, between August 22 – October 21 and Pre-Apprenticeship Trades Training for Women at Humboldt, SK, between September 12 – November 10, 2022.
These programs provide individuals with employment readiness skills and an introduction to a variety of trades.
To participate in the Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program at Punnichy, apply before July 26, 2022. To participate in the Pre-Apprenticeship Trades Training for Women at Humboldt, apply before August 12, 2022.
More information can be found by downloading the PDFs below.

Potash Pages Community Newsletter – June 2022

Potash Pages Community Newsletter – June 2022

Inside the June 2022 issue of the Potash Pages Community Newsletter: Government of Canada supports BHP's work to build the world's most sustainable potash minePeople Profiles: Taniesha Brass-WindigoBHP's PRIDE runs all year long!Family and traditional culture to bring...

Regional Job Fairs

Regional Job Fairs

On May 11 and 12, 2022, two regional job fairs were held at St. Peter’s College in Muenster, Sask. and the Muskowekwan Band Bingo Hall in Punnichy, Sask., in support Jansen Stage 1. You can find the contact information of all the contractors that attended here.

Potash Pages Community Newsletter – March 2022

Potash Pages Community Newsletter – March 2022

Inside the March 2022 issue of the Potash Pages Community Newsletter: 1) Training the future of potash, today 2) Getting Jansen’s potash rolling – the need for a proposed Rail Spur 3) Kawacatoose First Nation shines 4) Jansen begins to thaw after Freeze Plant shut-down 5) A new process for donations brings people and resources together 6) Global challenges take solutions that start locally – a message from Simon Thomas, Vice President PotashInside the March 2022 issue of the Potash Pages Community Newsletter: 1) Training the future of potash, today 2) Getting Jansen’s potash rolling – the need for a proposed Rail Spur 3) Kawacatoose First Nation shines 4) Jansen begins to thaw after Freeze Plant shut-down 5) A new process for donations brings people and resources together 6) Global challenges take solutions that start locally – a message from Simon Thomas, Vice President Potash