Career Education Associates of North Central Illinois (CEANCI) will host an Industrial Technology Round Table from 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Jan. 15, at Anderson Japanese Gardens, 318 Spring Creek Road, Rockford.
The purpose of a Round Table is to create the curriculum framework and content of high school career and technical programs (CTE), and develop a workforce with a specific skill set that aligns to local industry needs.
The Jan. 15 event will focus on automotive technology, engineering, architecture/drafting, construction trades, cabinet making and welding.
Businesses are asked to participate in discussions with career and technical high school teachers about specific occupation skill sets (essential, foundation and soft skills), emerging industry trends, occupations in high demand, industry-recognized credentials, and career ladder information.
CEANCI supports career and technical education programs that serve high school students in 15 high schools. CEANCI also supports CTE instructors and collaborates with business and higher learning to provide services to the ongoing improvement of student achievement.
To participate in the Industrial Technology Round Table, contact Caryn Huber, CEANCI community outreach coordinator, at (815) 921-1658, or email email@example.com.
From the Jan. 7-13, 2015, issue