Neil Klassen, C.E.T. elected CTTAM President
Entering into its 50 Anniversary year, CTTAM is pleased to announce that Neil Klassen, C.E.T., was introduced at its 2014 Annual General Meeting as CTTAM President.
Neil is a member of the Public Relations/Professional Development Committee and also served on APEGM's Task Group on Licensing for non-engineers in Manitoba.
He graduated from Red River Community College in 1983 in the Structural discipline and received his certification as an Engineering Technologist in 1985.
Neil is a Program Manager in AECOM's Building and Places Business Line with 30 years of experience in consulting engineering. His work experience includes extensive experience as a project manager of multi discipline design teams for building and infrastructure projects. He has experience as a Project Manager and senior structural designeer for a wide variety of projects in industrial, building, commercial and large civil engineering fields.
The 2014 - 2015 CTTAM Board of Directors are: Neil Klassen, C.E.T. President, AECOM Canada Ltd; Grant Nicol C.E.T. Past President, Assiniboine Community College; Kellie Orr C.E.T, President-elect HDK Consulting Inc; Directors are: Michelle Amigo CET. Dillon Consulting Ltd; Gerhard Hoppenheit C.E.T. GWH Construction Management Services Inc; David Little C.E.T. Manitoba Hydro; Lary Nasberg LLB Legal Counsel; Andrew Procca C.E.T. National Research Council of Canada; Robert Sobiak C.E.T. St Boniface General Hospital and Nichole Stykalo, C.E.T. Manitoba Hydro.
The Certified Technicians and Technologists Association of Manitoba is the professional association that Certifies and Regulates Engineering Technicians and Technologists in Manitoba.
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CTTAM is looking for volunteers for three of its Committees.
Public Relations/Professional Development
This Committee meets once a month in the evening to develop Public Relations Initiatives and to select and arrange for seminars that aid the professional development of CTTAM members.
Strategic Planning Committee
Meets on a periodic basis and following CTTAM’s Strategic Objectives develops action plans and then makes recommendations to various Committees.
Young Leaders Committee
This is a new Committee just starting up its purpose will be to provide Young Leaders/Professionals with a greater understanding of the engineering technology profession and CTTAM’s role in it. Networking opportunities, advocate on behalf of Young Leaders/Professionals to promote their interests within the engineering technology industry. Facilitate the progression from post-secondary education to involvement in the engineering technology industry and CTTAM.
If you wish to give back to the Technology profession and volunteer your time please contact Terry Gifford, Executive Director at: (204) 784-1080 or firstname.lastname@example.org