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All educators who hold a Saskatchewan Teacher's Certificate and are employed by a Saskatchewan board of education, independent school or employer delivering an approved education program must complete an Electronic Educator Profile (EEP).
Some divisions submit the EEP on behalf of their teachers. If unsure, please first check with your HR personnel before completing the EEP online.
The information collected in the EEP is used for a number of purposes:
For questions regarding your EEP, please contact your division's HR personnel.
If you require technical assistance, please contact Student & Educator Services at 306-787-6012 or by email email@example.com.
If you are an educator, you can complete your Electronic Educator Profile online.
If you are a principal, you must complete your own EEP and also ensure that all educators on your staff have completed the EEP.
After all educators have completed the profile, you can use the Principals' Report application to review all information. After you are sure that the information is correct, you can sign into your EEP and sign the declaration statement.
If you are a school division director, you must complete your own EEP and also ensure that all educators in your school division have completed the EEP.
Check with each of your school principals to make sure that all staff information is correct. You may also access the Principal's Report to review information.
After all information has been verified at the school level, you may access the Director's Report. If you notice any errors, be sure to contact the school principal and ask that the corrections are made.
After you are sure that the information for your school division is correct, you can sign into your EEP and sign the declaration statement.
After all EEP data has been collected, staff from the Ministry of Education will generate an Education Sector Staffing Profile Report for each school division. The staffing profile for each school division will be compared to the profiles from previous years.
If there are any inconsistencies between the current and previous profiles, directors of education will be required to correct the profile or account for the discrepancy.
A copy of the Education Sector Staffing Profile will be sent to each director of education. Directors will be required to sign a declaration that states the Education Sector Staffing Profile is accurate.
To be completed for all educators who are no longer employed, or will have a break in service.
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