Teacher Education Booth, Arborg Career Fair
On September 27, a representative from the Bachelor of Business and Technology – Teacher Education program met with 600 students from grades 7 – 12. The Arborg Career Fair was a great way to promote the program and meet individuals who may one day become the next graduate from The Teacher Education program! Thanks to Justin Pasosky from Teacher Education for taking the time to pass on his experiences. Reminder to applicants for the 2017 enrollment: get your application in by December 1 to be considered for awards and scholarships. Spots are limited to 15 students!
Space is still available in the Joint Bachelor of Education programs at Red River College and the University of Winnipeg.
Interested in teaching Business and Technology courses such as accounting, marketing, entrepreneurship, management, website design, digital photography/video, animation and other productivity software? This program begins August 29th, 2016
Perhaps you would like a major in Industrial Arts Technology teaching construction, manufacturing, electronics, graphics arts, woodworking, drafting, photography and many other applied technologies? This program begins August 29th, 2016
Are you a Red Seal journeyperson? You could have a career as a Technical Vocational teacher in many of the trades areas taught within Manitoba high schools. This program begins August 15th, 2016
Applications will be accepted up to June 30th, 2016 for August start dates. For more information contact the Teacher Education office at Red River College by calling 204-632-2300 or 204-632-2222.
First Year Orientation for RRC/U of W Joint Program
9:00 am, May 19, 2016
Building “F” Room 203
Students entering Industrial Arts and Business Technology Integrated and After-degree Programs should attend.
February 11, 2015 • Written by Eva Brown
The students and instructors of RRC’s Industrial Arts Teacher Education program in cooperation with Bonnie Heath of Equality Communication Centre of Excellence (ECCOE) designed and crafted a metal and glass display that will be featured at the Raw Almond Restaurant on the Assiniboine River from Jan 22 – Feb 12, 2015.
The display-project provided an authentic learning opportunity for students in the program. Not only where they able to put their designing, manufacturing, finishing and project management skills to the test, they also gleaned a sense of pride knowing that they were contributing to a worthwhile community activity. While at the Raw Almond Restaurant, the display will serve as a collection site for financial contributions to a 4 million dollar housing unit that will be designed to meet the needs of the Deaf-Blind individuals.
Anyone wishing to make a charitable contribution to the housing project fund can contact Judy McGuirk, of the Teacher Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a contribution to the Resource Centre for Manitobans who are Deaf-Blind (RCMDB) Housing Project
228 – 285 Pembina Hwy
Winnipeg Manitoba, R3L 2E1
The new CNC Laser and CNC Plasma cutter are being used by our Industrial Arts students. They are etching, engraving and cutting a variety of designs in wood, metal, plastic and foam core materials.
Bernie Taronno along with his Intro to Construction Class 2014 take a break from building garden sheds.
2014 Industrial Arts Metalworking Students are ready for welding instruction from Gord Price.