Public consultation begins on new Trades and Technology programming
Photo featuring the initial design of the new technology centre in the works by the Algoma District School Board. A new committee focusing on the project and the programs it will offer, is in the process of being formed. An online meeting will provide an opportunity for public input. Photo provided by Algoma District School Board and used with permission.
Earlier this month, the Algoma District School Board announced a trades training centre would be constructed to open in 2022.
Board communication director Fran Walsh says now the board’s Trades and Technology Advisory Committee is inviting the public to take an online meeting to learn about the establishment of the committee and the work it will carry out.
She says the mandate of the new committee, consisting of national and local industry experts, will be
to advise, consult and support initiatives that will include renovations and new construction projects.
She adds their first project will be to design, renovate and refurbish the existing technical shops at White Pines Collegiate & Vocational School into the new technology centre.
The meeting is set for 6:00 pm on December 8th.
For more information or to join in the meeting, visit our websites for the link.
Visit the ADSB website at www.adsb.on.ca . An online feedback form is also available on the ADSB website now, where questions and comments can be submitted prior to, during and after the December 8th event, (until 4pm on December 15, 2021).