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Monday, January 24 • 15:45 - 16:30
(On-demand session released) Material Handling 4.0: Building Pathways to Employment

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There is a need to redefine skills requirements to address gaps in the material handling sector and remove barriers for underrepresented communities. The Material Handling 4.0 project leverages Mohawk College's City School initiative to deliver customized industry-driven education and training. MH4.0 is evaluating efficacy of innovative education and assessment strategies. The project has been scaled to three other colleges across Canada.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Examine student success throughout the student lifecycle‚ from various perspectives
  • Investigate evidence-based resources, strategies and supports to promote student success
  • Foster collaboration to promote student success

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Rida Masood

Research and Policy Analyst, Mohawk College
In her role, Rida Masood leads research activities related to City School, Material Handling 4.0 and Challenge 2025. She holds a master of public health and a bachelor of science.
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Natalie Shearer

Manager, Future Skills Partnerships, Mohawk College
In her role, Natalie Shearer manages local deliveries and supports the pan-Canadian expansion of the City School model. She holds a master's degree in adult education & community development, bachelor of education and bachelor of arts.
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Pam Ingleton

Professor and Learning Outcomes Assessment Consultant, Mohawk College
Pam has worked as an instructor, researcher, educational developer and faculty support specialist in both college and university contexts for 14 years and holds a PhD in English and Cultural Studies from McMaster University.

Monday January 24, 2022 15:45 - 16:30 EST