CIPS Saskatchewan very much appreciates the support of our Corporate Sponsors. Their sponsorship allows us to increase the frequency and quality of our events. Thank you to these organizations who are kind and generous in their support.
Art of Change is a premiere ITIL® training and consulting firm. We are an Accredited Training Organization (ATO) specializing in ITILand IT Service Management and the only Saskatchewan company offering the full ITIL curriculum of certification courses.
Our specialty is helping IT organizations achieve their goals, align with business, increase efficiency, competitiveness, market share and customer satisfaction. Our services include IT Service Management, Service Mapping and Catalogues, management consulting, strategic planning, facilitation, assessments, process implementations, development of metrics and measurements and more.
We are also training specialists for many best practices including ITIL, ISO/IEC20000 and project management.
Our accredited ITIL Expert trainersand consultants have significant experience and relevant certifications such as ITIL Expert and PMP. Two of our many ITIL Experts were in the first group certified worldwide. We continue to lead the industry in quality, expertise and experience.
We serve Canada and the US from our offices and licensed affiliates in Regina, Edmonton, and Victoria.
Proud to be a CIPS Gold Level Corporate Program Sponsor.
Cameco, with its head office in Saskatoon, is one of the world’s largest uranium producers. In 2010, we accounted for 16% of the world’s production. We have controlling ownership of the world’s largest high-grade reserves, located here in Saskatchewan, with ore grades up to 100 times the world average providing us with low-cost production. We also own uranium refining and conversion facilities in Ontario. Our uranium fuel products are used to generate electricity in nuclear energy plants around the world, providing one of the cleanest sources of energy available today. Cameco also has an ownership stake in Bruce Power, the largest nuclear generating facility in North America. Cameco’s shares trade on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges. We employ more than 3,350 people worldwide, with more than 2,200 of those based here in Saskatchewan. We are proud to be the largest industrial employer of aboriginal people in Canada and we have been recognized as a Top 100 Canadian employer for the past two years.