Mohawk’s mobile classroom returning this summer

Mohawk’s mobile classroom returning this summer
Shown is the mobile classroom from Mohawk College.

By Lindsey Stuckless

The Haldimand County

CALEDONIA—Mohawk College will set up its mobile classroom at the Haldimand County Caledonia Centre (HCCC) this summer to offer pre-apprenticeship training programs in 2019. Emily Ecker, Associate Dean of Community Partnerships and Learning at Mohawk College, said the program meets the College’s vision to bring post-secondary education to all.

“We are committed to strengthening our partnership with Haldimand County and sharing our vision of access to college-level training at no cost and within reach of students of all ages,” said Ecker at a Council meeting on April 16, 2019.

Beginning in June and running through September, the intensive pre-apprenticeship training program (IPAT) is a free 12-week program that prepares students with three learning modules.

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