Scaffolding Pre-Employment Course


Get trained and get to work.

Scaffolders play a critical role in all sectors of the construction industry. They are often the first workers on a job site and the last to leave. Scaffolders assemble platforms and metal tubes to build temporary structures for working above the ground. In Saskatchewan, it is an apprenticeship trade.

This program will provide you with the basic skills and knowledge needed to begin your career in the scaffolding industry with an earning potential of $22-$40/hour. If you’re ready to work or looking for an opportunity to retrain, this program is perfect for you. Job opportunities are available in the Esterhazy and Rocanville area upon completion of this program.

Course requirements:

  • Minimum Grade 10 education
  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • English language requirements
  • Good physical condition
  • Valid driver’s licence
  • Drug and alcohol screening by employers

Next session:

Dates TBD
Parkland College Esterhazy Campus
There is no tuition for this program

Limited spaces available. Call 306.786.7308 for more information.


Program Information

Anita Vincent

Manager, Indigenous Relations & Employment Connections

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Last Updated: October 16, 2020