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Revit Level 1 – CIVC – 1015, 169933
May 7-9, 2018, 8am – 4pm
Cost: $750 + GST
Instructor: Chris Urbanski
Infrastructure CMDP – 2014, CPNO2, 169895
May 8-11, 2018, 8 am to 4 pm
Instructor: Michael Robb
Basics of Business Communication, CONF – 9003, 169995
May 14, 2018, 8 am to noon
Cost : $175 + GST
Instructor: Rob Officer
Materials & Methods CMDP-2013, CPNO2, 169935
May 14-18, 2018, 8 am to 4 pm
Instructor: Adam Ding
Structural Analysis CMDP-2015, CPN02, 169955
May 22-25 & 28, 2018, 8 am – 4pm
Instructor: Brea Williams
Revit Level 2 – CIVL – 1075, 169956
May 22-24, 2018, 8am – 4pm
Cost: $750 + GST
Instructor: Chris Urbanski
Revit Level 3 – CIVL – 1100, 170011
May 28-30, 2018, 8am – 4pm
Cost: $750 + GST
Instructor: Chris Urbanski
Structural Design CMDP – 2016, CPN02, 169963
May 29-June 1, 2018, 8 am – 4pm
Instructor: Bright Ng’andu
SES Talk Posters – CAHRD May 5 SA rev3Winnipeg’s largest Indigenous employment agency will
be on campus to discuss employment supports and
services, as well as their career fast-track program,
which matches job-ready Indigenous candidates with top
Please Read the Attachment for more details!
Attention Civil and Construction Management Students,
Have some of you recently secured a co-op position that requires completion of the ACI Level 1 Concrete Field Testing Technician course?
Please sign up as soon as possible, as space is limited.
The course will run in the CARSI Lab from May 1st to May 4th, 2017.
The cost is $420.00 CDN payable now or on the first day the class. Registration Forms are available in the Civil Co-op office (Room A1-28).
March 8, 2017, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
CanadInns Polo Park
1405 St. Matthews Ave, Winnipeg
Technology Solutions for the Workplace is pleased to be hosting a one day face – to – face 2015 Code update session presented by staff from Codes Canada. Session cost will be available shortly! To register click here. Seats are limited.
Tentative Schedule – March 8, 2017
|7:30-8:00||Registration and Introductions|
|8:00-8:20||Introduction – 2020 Highlights in Code Development|
|8:20-9:00||Part 9 – Stairs, Ramps, Handrails and Guards and Part 9 – Structure and Building Envelope|
|9:00-9:25||NBC/NFC – Combustible Construction|
|9:25-9:55||Part 3/9 – Fire Protection and Part 3 Fire Protection|
|9:55-10:15||Break – Coffee and snacks provided|
|10:15-10:55||NECB – Update 2015|
|10:55-11:30||Part 3 – Accessibility and Security Systems and Part 3 – Stairs, Ramps, Handrails and Guards|
|11:30-11:50||NPC – Stainless Steel and Water-Use Efficiency|
|11:50-13:00||Lunch – Provided|
|13:00-13:25||Part 6 – HVAC|
|13:25-14:00||Part 4 – Earthquake Design|
|14:00-14:30||NFC – Hazardous Materials and Activities|
|14:30-14:45||Break – Coffee and snacks provided|
|14:45-15:15||Part 4 – Structural Design|
|15:15-15:35||Part 5/9 – EIFS, Roofing and Airborne Sound Transmission|
|15:35-15:50||Part 5 – Curtain Walls and Wind Uplift|
|15:50-16:00||Questions and Session Concludes|
CTTAM’s Young Leaders Committee has developed a mentorship program. This program will help facilitate the progression from post-secondary education into the engineering technology industry by mentoring students and new graduates in career development and opportunities available post-graduation.
For more information regarding the mentorship program, please click here. If you are interested in becoming a Mentor for the upcoming term (December 2016 to April 2017), click here for the Mentor application. Please note that the deadline for applications is Wednesday, November 16, 2016.
This is a great opportunity to help CTTAM’s young professionals.
Mentor applicants must meet the following requirements for consideration:
• Must be a certified member in good standing with CTTAM (C.E.T., A.Sc.T., or C.Tech.)
• Must have a minimum of four (4) years of experience in the engineering technology industry
The role and responsibilities of a Mentor includes, but are not limited to:
1. Willingly and openly communicate and provide honest and constructive feedback to their Mentee(s) and to CTTAM Mentorship Program organizers
2. Encourage and guide their Mentee(s) to recognize, develop, and achieve their career goals
3. Advise their Mentee(s) regarding career paths and technical development opportunities within the engineering technology industry.
The success of the Mentorship Program is contingent on active involvement, and we hope that you consider participating.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at YLC@cttam.com.
Michael Turko, C.E.T. & Michelle Amigo, C.E.T.
Young Leaders Committee
The 16th Annual Holiday Harvest came to an end on Friday, December 11, 2016.
We had a record breaking year with the donations, thanks to the time and commitment from all students and staff members. (Clap! Clap! Clap!) Your influence and support makes a tremendous difference. As students, you’ve gained more than just a chance of winning a free breakfast. You just helped to build a sense of responsibility to help your community, and you worked together for a collective cause. You should be proud of your amazing accomplishment!
As mentioned previously, the academic classes who bring in the most donated goods are awarded with a delicious breakfast, along with the chair and dean.
This year, the winning classes are:
First Year – C4
Second Year – Municipal
Third Year – ***CMD***
Fourth Year – CMD
***CMD Third Year Students earned a breakfast because of their ingenious strategy. They managed to collect over $1200.00 in donations.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU goes out to:
• All of the students who so generously donated hamper items
• Robin for calling the Salvation Army for the Holiday Harvest families,
• Louise for collecting and tabulating the donations,
• Cody, Dylan, Denis, Margaret, Val, Louise, Patricia and NIcky for organizing the food hamper donations,
• Louise and Patricia for purchasing last minute perishables and missing gifts,
• Margaret and Carrol for letting us use their office space to store gifts and food items during the first half of December,
• Denis and Dylan for delivering the baskets to the families on Wednesday, December 16, 2015. The hampers were well received, and the families showed great appreciation.
Denis and Dylan were also sent off with warm hugs and best wishes, and the families asked them to pass on their gratitude to everyone involved in this act of kindness.
THANK YOU ALL FOR ANOTHER GENEROUS YEAR OF DONATING TO THOSE THAT ARE LESS FORTUNATE.
Here’s wishing each and every one of you a Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year!
“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”
– Maya Angelou
The role of Engineering Technologist may have existed for years but its title and recognition is not as old as you may think. In fact in Manitoba, the Engineering Technologist has only been around for 50 years.
October 28th, 1965 was the day Engineering Technologists were finally recognized in Manitoba through the emergence of MANSCETT (Manitoba Society of Certified Engineering Technicians & Technologists) now known as CTTAM (Certified Technicians & Technologists Association of Manitoba). Fifty years later, technologists, technicians, engineers, and professionals celebrated this achievement with grace and in style.
Friday night’s Young Leaders Mentorship Program Launch was held at the Journey to Churchill exhibit at the Assiniboine Park Zoo. The polar bears swam, the seals played, and the humans talked, ate, and enjoyed themselves immensely. The CTTAM Young Leaders presented the Mentorship Program that will match experienced CTTAM members with engineering technology students as they navigate through their education, co-op work terms, and careers.
Saturday evening’s Gala dinner was delicious as we sat under the wings of vintage aircraft that had been built, designed, and/or flown by Canadians and Canadian companies. This has been a powerful weekend where students, graduates and College staff, and industry partners spent the evening as colleagues and mentors discussing all types of subject matter.
It was noted that 1/3 of the attendees at the Gala are currently students at Red River College. and another 1/3 of those attending are past graduates of Red River College. It was evident that Red River College contributes a large number of Engineering Technologists to Manitoba. Thanks to the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT), the national affiliate to CTTAM, RRC’s engineering technology programs recognized throughout the country as providing high quality professionals ready to contribute to their professions in a meaningful and lasting way.
They say there are six degrees of separation in knowing everyone in the world and in Winnipeg, it may only be one or two! One way to know everyone in your industry will be to be part of at least one industry-based association and for Engineering Technologists that should include CTTAM.
Happy 50th anniversary CTTAM and congratulations to all past and current CTTAM members for 50 years of growth, strength and leadership!
Contributor – Shari Bielert, Chair of Civil Engineering Technology, CTTAM member since 1997.
Red River College has a strong partnership with CTTAM
Engineering Technologists (RRC makes them, CTTAM gets them recognized)