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Located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, SAIT is a leading provider of education, training and workforce development solutions worldwide. Our Corporate Training Solutions team would love to help you and your organization implement the best solution for employee and company success. You can contact us at 403.210.5757 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Our commitment to you is to provide you with the best solution based on your requirements. We look forward to becoming your trusted training partner of choice.

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Craig Hess
Director, Global Corporate Development

Craig believes great things can be accomplished with a strong work ethic and the ability to step out of one's comfort zone. With 18 years' experience in sales leadership, marketing and training within the North American healthcare industry, Craig brings a fresh, positive and agile approach to the leadership of the SAIT Corporate Training Solutions domestic sales team.

A fair, practical and trusted leader, he fosters an attitude of excellence and high performance on our team and across our SAIT network, and is helping to shape a world-class sales organization within a post-secondary environment. His vision supports SAIT's vision and serves the ongoing and changing workforce needs of our domestic business and industry customers.

Business Development and Sales Associates
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Mónica Bennett
Client Development Manager, International

Mónica Bennett is a client development manager (international) for SAIT’s Corporate Training Solutions (CTS) department. Taking on the role in March 2016, she is responsible for identifying and sourcing revenue growth opportunities. She works with SAIT schools, internal stakeholders and the CTS sales team to source and prepare proposals, estimates and contracts. She is also responsible for seeking networking opportunities to develop relationships with government and non-governmental organizations.

Mónica came into her current position from SAIT’s MacPhail School of Energy, where she was the curriculum coordinator for three years, providing support in the development of both earned revenue and grant curriculum. Prior to SAIT, some of her positions have included marketing manager at CONTAVA Inc., program manager/project coordinator (Corporate and International Training) at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, and educational officer/program manager at the Canadian Petroleum Institute. Her expertise in project management, marketing and client development are major assets in her current role.

Mónica holds a Bachelor of Commerce (international business and marketing) from the University of Alberta. She is also bilingual in Spanish and English.

Katyryna Gaudet
Client Development Manager, North America

Katyryna Gaudet is a client development manager for domestic sales in Corporate Training Solutions. Taking the role September 2015, Katyryna develops and delivers competency-based training programs for industry clients. She works within multiple industry sectors including manufacturing, transportation and energy.

Katyryna is an experienced sales-management professional and marketer. Starting as a distribution sales consultant for Halifax’s Maritime Beauty Supply in 2006, she moved on to a career within Imperial Tobacco Canada in 2010. She began as an account representative with Imperial Tobacco in Halifax and then became the district manager of Edmonton in 2012. For three years, Katyryna managed key accounts and contracts, facilitated strategic planning and special events, and led a team of seven account representatives. She mentored her team to achieve excellence in sales and client management.

Katyryna graduated from Dalhousie University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and history. She has also completed numerous certification programs through Saint Mary’s University and the University of Calgary in management, human resources, sales and business development.

An avid volleyball player, Katyryna has been a Volleyball Canada official for 10 years.

Lauren Bishop
Client Development Manager, North America

Lauren Bishop is a client development manager with SAIT’s Corporate Training Solutions department. In this role since 2014, she customizes training solutions for Indigenous clients. These training solutions focus on improving education and employability through skill building and trades training. Implementing training and contract negotiations are also an area of focus.

Lauren is no stranger to the SAIT community. For five years (2008 to 2014) she acted as the earned revenue coordinator for the School of Hospitality and Tourism. Prior to joining SAIT, Lauren had an additional five years of experience in management at Earls. Her work in the hospitality industry for over 10 years developed Lauren’s expertise as a leader, marketer, strategic planner and business developer. She is passionate about providing customers and clients with support in their learning, growth and development.

A University of Calgary alumna, Lauren holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies (2001). She is a certified member of the Canadian Professional Sales Association.

Imran Thobani
Client Development Manager, North America

Imran Thobani is a Client Development Manager in SAIT’s Corporate Training Solutions department. He began the role in 2015, and prides himself on partnering with organizations to assist with workforce development strategies. He currently supports the education, healthcare, finance, public administration and professional service sectors, and takes a consultative approach to supporting learning and development activities.

Imran is an experienced sales professional with a focus on business development, relationship management, and talent acquisition. Improving the overall customer service experience is one of Imran’s main goals, and he is an advocate for networking and lifelong learning. Before coming to SAIT, Imran worked as an Account Manager for TEKsystems supporting the Calgary market.

Imran holds a BA (History and Communications) from the University of Calgary. He is also a member of the International Institute of Business Analysis, Calgary Chamber of Commerce and The Institute for Performance and Learning.

Joy Gloer
Client Development Manager, North America

Joy Gloer is a client development manager (North America) with SAIT’s Corporate Training Solutions department. Joy’s role involves maintaining client relationships, developing campaign and marketing strategies, conducting needs assessments for clients, and managing the delivery of training solutions and products.

Joy has over seven years’ experience in small business operations. She began her career in the wellness industry as a massage therapist in 2004, and subsequently became a business partner and owner of wellness centers. During that time, she enjoyed building business relationships within the Calgary market.

In 2014, Joy transitioned into sales and became a technical recruitment specialist focusing primarily on project management. Joy brings a wealth of experience in marketing, sales, business operations and project management to her current position at SAIT.

An alumna of Foothills College of Massage Therapy, Joy also studied marketing at Mount Royal University and will be completing her Train the Trainer Certificate with SAIT in 2017.

Gayle Usher
Client Engagement Associate, North America

Gayle Usher is a Client Engagement Associate with SAIT’s Corporate Training Solutions department. Gayle began the role in 2017, and engages clients on their workforce development needs to create customized solutions in applied management and technical training while collaborating with SAIT’s various schools. Gayle also coordinates SAIT’s one-of-a-kind culinary team building events for organizations.

Gayle enjoys client relationships and has over seven years’ experience in sales, having worked in Calgary’s hospitality industry at several major organizations, including Marriott and Hilton. She brings a wealth of knowledge to her role at SAIT and is passionate about providing value to her clients and ensuring their needs are met.

Gayle holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of the West Indies in the Bahamas, specializing in Hotel Management. She also holds an Associate’s Degree in business from St. Johns Junior College in Belize. She has lived in four different countries and is proud to have called Calgary home since 2010.

Program Delivery Coordination and Management
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Claudia Jungert
Learning and Development Partner, School of Business

Claudia Jungert is a Learning and Development Partner for the SAIT School of Business. She started this role in 2007, coordinating and delivering customized business training and development solutions for corporate clients. This involves collaboration with SAIT instructors, subject-matter experts, human resources and client account managers.

Claudia spent 21 years as a senior travel consultant in industry. She has also more than 16 years’ experience in the training and development field, delivering solutions to clients in the automotive and health care sectors. Prior to joining SAIT, she was a program administrator for Automotive Professionals Inc. and an executive assistant for Custom Learning Systems. She is an expert in project management, event planning, consulting, client management, team leadership and program administration/execution.

Claudia holds a Travel and Tourism diploma from Westervelt College in Ontario.

Eenjin Batsuren
Academic Chair, International Projects

Eenjin Batsuren is Academic Chair, Technical Programs in the International Projects department at SAIT, where she oversees curriculum delivery of technical programs at partner organizations. Previously, as Project Coordinator in SAIT’s MacPhail School of Energy, she coordinated that school’s involvement in SAIT’s partnership in Kazakhstan. Her current focus continues to be the Kazakhstan project.

Eenjin brings broad and in-depth expertise to her role at SAIT. She worked for a number of years in Mongolia on education development projects on behalf of an international organization, guiding and supporting institutional capacity building and advising on the restructure of the vocational training system. As head of the Kazakhstan office of United Nations Volunteers, Eenjin advanced the idea of people working together to build social capital, inclusion, cohesion and solidarity. She also worked for several years with the World Bank in Washington, DC and on a bank-funded project in Mongolia involving environmental and sustainable development initiatives.

Eenjin holds Master's degrees in Development Economics from Dalhousie University, in International Studies from the University of Northern British Columbia, and in Linguistics from Mongolia’s State University of Education. She is fluent in Russian and Mongolian. Eenjin’s keen interest in empowering people has also led her to serve as a volunteer with Ecojustice Canada and UNESCO Canada.

Henrietta Dyck
Business and International Projects Coordinator, MacPhail School of Energy

Henrietta Dyck is the business and international projects coordinator for the MacPhail School of Energy. Taking on the role in 2007, Henrietta works with SAIT’s Corporate Training Solutions (CTS) sales team to provide training solutions for oil and gas and Indigenous clients. She and the CTS team also facilitate career training and development for new immigrants. Henrietta’s role involves numerous responsibilities including budgeting, defining course deliverables, collaborating with subject matter experts and managing how courses are tailored for clients. She is an expert project manager, team leader, curriculum developer, program administrator and consultant.

Henrietta has been part of the SAIT community for 20 years. She acted as the administrative assistant for the school of energy for 11 years (1996-2007), and then moved into her current role. Her previous positions include food service supervisor at Winnipeg’s Victoria General Hospital, library assistant at the University of Manitoba and account administrator for MacKeg’s Custom Homes Ltd (Winnipeg).

In 2011, Henrietta worked on a project that received the Sun Life Team Award of Excellence. Her team worked with 92 students from Angola to prepare them to work for a multi-national oil and gas company.Henrietta hired and scheduled instructors and managed aspects related to curriculum development.

Henrietta is an alumna for the University of Manitoba, Red River College (Winnipeg) and SAIT. At the University of Manitoba, she partook in General Studies and a customer service course series, Soaring to Excellence. She attained her Food Service Supervisor diploma at Red River College, and then her Applied Management Certificate of Achievement at SAIT.

Jason Tuchelt
Program Chair, International Projects

Jason Tuchelt is Academic Chair, Introduction to Technical Specialty in the International Projects department at SAIT. His current responsibilities involve managing the delivery of academic upgrading, English language foundations and instrumentation programming to more than 600 students at APEC Petrotechnic in Kazakhstan. Jason has a deep commitment to ensuring SAIT’s curriculum and delivery modes provide students with relevant, high-caliber training to support Kazakhstan’s economic development.

Prior to joining SAIT in 2014, Jason was an environmental and geological consultant primarily serving clients in the oil and gas industry across Western Canada for five years. His experience also includes more than 10 years as an instructor and program head at a number of Canadian post-secondary institutions.  As well, Jason’s environmental stewardship has led him to volunteer on water and wastewater inventory and treatment projects in Mongolia for approximately two years.

Jason earned a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science and Master of Science in Hydrology from the University of Regina and has also completed the Project Management certificate program at Mount Royal University. He is registered as a Professional Geologist with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).

Tracey Forrest
Manager and Academic Chair, Global Operations and Maintenance Training

Tracey Forrest began her role as the manager and academic chair of Global Operations and Maintenance Training in 2013. She manages the delivery of over 800 online operations and management learning modules, including over 220 newly developed interactive learning experiences delivered to energy markets in Canada, the United States, Australia and Kazakhstan. Her portfolio includes over 30 corporate and institutional clients.

Tracey has been at SAIT for six years. Prior to this position, she was a project specialist for Global Operations and Maintenance Training, during which time she collaborated with the business-development team to coordinate corporate client progression and training. In addition, she provided support to the client-services team to ensure successful course registrations.

Before coming to SAIT, Tracey was a project coordinator for Trackflow and was a co-founder and manager for a metal-manufacturing company and a beverage-distribution business.

Tracey is currently working on a Master of Arts in Learning and Technology from Royal Roads University.