Professional Community and Economic Developer of Saskatchewan
Have you been engaged in the profession of community and economic development for a minimum of two years? If so, we encourage you to pursue Provincial Certification.
The 2022 Certification Exam will be held in Saskatoon on September 26. Applications are due in the SEDA office no later than August 12, 2022.
This Certification Program is offered in partnership with the Saskatchewan Indigenous Economic Development Network. Please contact the SEDA office at 306-384-5817 with any questions on certification
Maintaining Your Provincial Certification
Annual recertification is designed to be attainable for all Saskatchewan professionals.
Our intent is to ensure that individuals practicing in the profession remain current on best practices, strategies, and tools. By recertifying, you tell your colleagues, employers, and peers that you are dedicated to staying informed of current practices and emerging trends in the field.
There is no annual fee to re-certify for SEDA members, however, a penalty of $50 will be levied for late submissions. Re-certification fees are applicable to non-members of the association.
For more information, download a copy of the Maintenance of Certification Handbook
The current MOC deadline is December 31, 2022. Download the MOC Submission Form
Certified Professionals in Saskatchewan
- Carey Baker, Hometown Planning
- Celine Favreau, Mid Sask Municipal Alliance
- Dillon Shewchuk, City of Martensville
- Jasmin Carlton
- Judith Veresuk, Regina Business Improvement District
- Brendan Manz, Tourism Regina
- Royce Pettyjohn, Cypress Hills Provincial Park
- Eve O’Leary, Portage La Prairie Regional Development
- Lindsay Alliban, Hazlet Economic Development
- Tina Rasmussen, Meadow Lake Tribal Council
- Anant Brahmbhatt, La Ronge Indian Band
- Monica Brunet, SMEDCO
- Gillian Moch, Town of Maple Creek
- Cree Cheechoo, Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation
- Lina Petkeviciene, Town of Langenburg
- Katlin Ducherer, City of Lloydminster