For Members


The Saskatchewan Association of Architects’ (SAA) mandatory Continuing Education Program enables architects to keep current with the profession, master new knowledge and skills, plan for the future, and responsibly meet the role society entrusts to our professionals. Continuing education is a mandatory requirement for all registered architects practicing in the province of Saskatchewan.

SAA 2021-2022 Guide to Continuing Education

Continuing Education Reporting

The current reporting cycle is January 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022.

Due to COVID-19 and the cancellation of the SAA conference, and many other conferences and in-person continuing education opportunities for members, the SAA implemented the following changes to the 2021-2022 Con Ed cycle:

  • The current Con Ed cycle (2021-2022) is 18 months in length as a result of the six-month extension to the previous (2018-2020) cycle, which ended December 31, 2020.
  • There was no cap on carry forward hours for the previous (2018-2020) cycle so as to allow members who had already fulfilled their SAA Con Ed requirements to keep accumulating learning hours for the current reporting period.

Please report your Core and Self-Directed hours on the RAIC Transcript of Continuing Education webpage. Please note, the RAIC categories/drop down menu now reflects the SAA categories.

If you have any questions or require log-in assistance, please contact SAA Registration and Licensing Coordinator, Kelsey Redekop, at or 306.242.0733, or the RAIC at 613.422.3617.

If an SAA Member changes their primary jurisdiction, they must report this information to the SAA immediately, using the form below.

SAA Primary Continuing Education Reporting Jurisdiction Declaration Form