The nature of work is changing across all sectors, driven by innovation and disruptive technologies. “Continuous learning” is a reality for most workers if they want to stay viable. Career paths have a zig-zag shape. Employers are not only looking for technical skills but adaptability, resilience and problem-solving.
On Thursday, September 27, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce invites you to join us to hear Red River College President and CEO Paul Vogt for the first MBiz breakfast of the 2018-19 season. During the breakfast event, Vogt will discuss how the direction the College is moving in will continue to keep Manitoba’s workforce ahead of the curve. Through ongoing investments in new state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, and through new and updated programs that will encourage collision by design and cooperative work placements. From Paul’s presentation, you’ll learn that at Red River College, what they’re doing is working.
The Manitoba Chambers of Commerce would like to thank our MBiz breakfast presenting partners from 6P Marketing and the breakfast sponsor Canadian Footwear for their continued support of the chamber network.