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New Programs at SAIT

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Project Management Certificate of Completion

Equip yourself with the business and leadership competencies you need for industry, while developing the skills necessary to become a project manager.


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Photography Certificate of Completion

Picture yourself in a rewarding, creative career. Learn what it takes to become a successful photographer as you learn techniques and tools from industry experts. Choose from a variety of hands-on courses that cater to your interest and experience.

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Chef de Cuisine

Want to take your culinary career to the next level? From understanding consumer needs to managing costs, these hands-on courses give you the skills to manage a restaurant.

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High-Performance Residential

Develop your knowledge in residential design and construction principles, methods and technologies for building high-performance homes.


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Applied Management Certificate of Achievement

Build the critical leadership competencies you need to become a supervisor or manager through practical, skill-oriented business courses.


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Principles of Construction Management Certificate of Achievement

Acquire the technical and managerial skills you need to advance your career in residential or commercial construction.

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Digital Transformation Courses

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Applied User Experience Design

Companies across all industries need to create incredible user experiences to attract and retain customers. If you love design thinking and web development, this program is for you. Learn user-centric design and dive into the consumer journey.


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Applied Project Management

There's a growing demand for product managers in Alberta. Apply design thinking and learn to be the bridge between the customer, business, and technology — become a product management leader.

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Applied Product Go-To-Market Strategy

This immersive program gives you the skills you need to launch and market a product in today’s tech-driven world. Dive into your customer’s journey as you learn to use insights and research to create impactful messaging and value propositions for your audience.

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Micro-credentials

The career landscape is rapidly changing and you need the latest knowledge to stay on the leading edge. SAIT is now offering micro-credentials — short, specialized, stackable courses designed to quickly build the skills you need to succeed. Future-proof your career with a shareable digital badge. Start upskilling today with SAITMicro.

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