200 more apprenticeship spots
The next decade will see more job opportunities in the trades. Lakeland College will do its part to train new apprentices. With 200 more training spots coming next year, the college has challenges in hiring instructors, adding technology and keeping class sizes small.
Learning in Las Vegas
Typically, reading week is an R'n'R experience, but not necessarily. On
the surface, 11 AHT students going to Vegas to start reading week
wouldn't be news. But it is, because they went to learn at the 86th
annual Western Veterinary Conference.
In other news
President Tracy Edwards discusses respect in the workplace in her blog Tidbits from Tracy
Dual credit options are expanding at Lakeland College, especially for trades training. A new MOU with Northern Lights School Division
will explore both CTS and dual credit options.
Lakeland College has provided a place to bring her horse to school and to continue her outdoor adventure lifestyle. Read about Rachelle Simard's latest accomplishment,
this time on the ski slopes.
Our Rustler curlers didn't win any team medals, but they did earn some individual awards. A double winner was women's 2nd Karli Makichuk
who is having a great year on the ice.
Students, and staff, can benefit from a Spring Into Wellness Fair
this Thursday on the Lloyd campus.
A photo booth with a variety of hats, glasses and boas enough to please Sir Elton John was part of the 2014 ACAC Curling Championships banquet. Even certain officials made time for the fun. Any guesses about who is in this photo?