The Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD), in partnership with SAIT, CBE and Palliser School Districts, offers students an opportunity to earn SAIT course credits in the area of Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies in addition to an Alberta High School Diploma. This is a two-semester program offered to CCSD students.

When is the information session?
Date: Thursday, May 3, 2018
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Location: SAIT campus, room MC317 (located on the third floor of the Stan Grad building)

What is the Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies program?
Students in the Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies Program will gain hands-on skills and foundational knowledge in the areas of Environmental, Petroleum and Power Engineering Technologies.

What are the benefits of taking this program?
This Dual-Credit Program allows students to investigate which engineering program best suits their career interests. Students wanting to pursue a post-secondary education in Engineering or Engineer Technologies can use one or more of the course credits gained in this Dual-Credit Program to advance their education towards an Engineer Technologies Diploma Program with SAIT’s McPhail School of Energy. The University of Calgary Bachelor of Science in Energy Engineering is designed to provide Power Engineering Technology and Petroleum Engineering Technology graduates from SAIT with a seamless transition to a University of Calgary Engineering Degree Program.

Who may enroll in this two-semester program?
Students who are in Grade 12 at the start of the program can apply for this program. Any CCSD high school student is eligible to apply for this program and must:

  • Have earned a mark of at least:
    • 60% in ELA 10-1 or 75% in ELA 10-2 and;
    • 60% in Math 10C
  • Be on track to complete:
    • Math 30-1 or Math 30-2 with at least 50%;
    • ELA 30-1 or ELA 30-2 with at least 50% and;
    • Physics 20 or Science 30 with at least 60%
  • Have strong math and science skills
A maximum of five CCSD students will be accepted each year for this program.

How do students earn dual credits in the Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies Program while in high school?
Successful graduates of the program will earn:
  • 16 high school CTS credits
  • 10.5 SAIT credits
  • Credit in seven SAIT courses: Electrical Diagrams and AutoCad. Fundamentals of Petroleum Operations, Petroleum Testing, Workshop Practices, Electrical and Controls, Biology and Field Ecology, and Water and Wastewater Treatment.

Who will teach the courses?
SAIT instructors will deliver the program at SAIT campus with some materials delivered online through SAIT’s D2L. Students will be supervised by a CCSD off-campus teacher.

When will the classes take place?
Classes will take place at the SAIT main campus, Monday to Thursday from 8–11 a.m., beginning September 2018 and ending in May 2019.

What does the course load look like?
The program consists of two semesters beginning in a student’s Grade12 year and attendance is a high priority. All content will be covered over two semesters and will include a mixture of classroom theory, as well as, hands-on applied learning in SAIT’s state of the art Power, Petroleum and Environmental Technologies Labs.

How do students get to SAIT?
Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from SAIT. LRT access takes students right onto campus. Parking is available at a cost to the student.

Is there a cost to the program?
The tuition cost for this program is free to all students who are enrolled in a CCSD high school. All personal protective equipment will be provided. Students are required to purchase textbooks and manuals over the course of the program (approximately $600).

How to apply?
Students apply at their high school through their career practitioner or off-campus teacher by completing the application form found on D2L.


Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies

The Calgary Catholic School District (CCSD), in partnership with SAIT, CBE and Palliser School Districts, offers students an opportunity to earn SAIT course credits in the area of Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies in addition to an Alberta High School Diploma. This is a two-semester program offered to CCSD students.

When is the information session?
Date: Thursday, May 3, 2018
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Location: SAIT campus, room MC317 (located on the third floor of the Stan Grad building)

What is the Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies program?
Students in the Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies Program will gain hands-on skills and foundational knowledge in the areas of Environmental, Petroleum and Power Engineering Technologies.

What are the benefits of taking this program?
This Dual-Credit Program allows students to investigate which engineering program best suits their career interests. Students wanting to pursue a post-secondary education in Engineering or Engineer Technologies can use one or more of the course credits gained in this Dual-Credit Program to advance their education towards an Engineer Technologies Diploma Program with SAIT’s McPhail School of Energy. The University of Calgary Bachelor of Science in Energy Engineering is designed to provide Power Engineering Technology and Petroleum Engineering Technology graduates from SAIT with a seamless transition to a University of Calgary Engineering Degree Program.

Who may enroll in this two-semester program?
Students who are in Grade 12 at the start of the program can apply for this program. Any CCSD high school student is eligible to apply for this program and must:

  • Have earned a mark of at least:
    • 60% in ELA 10-1 or 75% in ELA 10-2 and;
    • 60% in Math 10C
  • Be on track to complete:
    • Math 30-1 or Math 30-2 with at least 50%;
    • ELA 30-1 or ELA 30-2 with at least 50% and;
    • Physics 20 or Science 30 with at least 60%
  • Have strong math and science skills
A maximum of five CCSD students will be accepted each year for this program.

How do students earn dual credits in the Energy & Environment Engineering Technologies Program while in high school?
Successful graduates of the program will earn:
  • 16 high school CTS credits
  • 10.5 SAIT credits
  • Credit in seven SAIT courses: Electrical Diagrams and AutoCad. Fundamentals of Petroleum Operations, Petroleum Testing, Workshop Practices, Electrical and Controls, Biology and Field Ecology, and Water and Wastewater Treatment.

Who will teach the courses?
SAIT instructors will deliver the program at SAIT campus with some materials delivered online through SAIT’s D2L. Students will be supervised by a CCSD off-campus teacher.

When will the classes take place?
Classes will take place at the SAIT main campus, Monday to Thursday from 8–11 a.m., beginning September 2018 and ending in May 2019.

What does the course load look like?
The program consists of two semesters beginning in a student’s Grade12 year and attendance is a high priority. All content will be covered over two semesters and will include a mixture of classroom theory, as well as, hands-on applied learning in SAIT’s state of the art Power, Petroleum and Environmental Technologies Labs.

How do students get to SAIT?
Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from SAIT. LRT access takes students right onto campus. Parking is available at a cost to the student.

Is there a cost to the program?
The tuition cost for this program is free to all students who are enrolled in a CCSD high school. All personal protective equipment will be provided. Students are required to purchase textbooks and manuals over the course of the program (approximately $600).

How to apply?
Students apply at their high school through their career practitioner or off-campus teacher by completing the application form found on D2L.


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