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Best Practice Webinar Forest Industry Heavy Equipment.Logging and Truck Driving

  • 17 Nov 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (PST)
  • Virtual Webinar

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  • Any one can join the Webinar. There is no cost for current members and $35 for non members

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Best Practice Webinar I: Forest Industry Heavy Equipment. Logging and Truck Driving. Transportation host Shasta College, Redding, California with Sierra Pacific Industries and featuring a recent student on her experience.

This is the beginning of ATEA's programming on the convergence of technologies among sectors identifying the common core for employment.   The series will be through the lens

of Forest Industry. ATEA Board member and Business member, Marie Price, Idaho Forest Group, will be the chair through this series, in conjunction with Shasta College, Becky Roe, Project, Senior Project Coordinator,Forest Health and Logging, Office of Economic Development and Workforce Development.  ATEA  and Shasta College will look at the Forest Industry from logging and transportation, to manufactured products, to use of forest by products to forest renewal.  

We start with Shasta Colleges new program and grants in Heavy Equipment/ Transportation.

Forest Industry Heavy Equipment, Logging and Truck Driving, November 17  Agenda:

Welcome by Marie Price ,ATEA Board Member, Training Director, Idaho Forest Group and prior North Idaho College Director of Workforce Training

Moderator Becky Roe (Shasta College) Senior Project Coordinator  Forest Health and Logging,, Shasta College Office of Economic and Workforce Development

Becky Roe Professional Biography.docx

Panelists:

Ted James, Sierra Pacific Industries/Sierra Cascade Logging Conference

Ted James Professional Biography.doc

John Livingston, Shasta College Faculty,  Equipment Operations and Maintenance Instructor

John Livingston Professional Biography.docx

Shasta College Student or Current Alumni

Q and A

Sharing Best Practice in the Call.

Questions about the Webinar or registration contact 

Dr. Sandra Krebsbach, ATEA Executive Director skrebsbach@dunwoody.edu



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Dr. Sandra Krebsbach, Executive Director
612-381-3315
skrebsbach@dunwoody.edu



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