Participate in the Virtual Regional Sounding Tour, a cross-country dialogue with Canadians, and share your thoughts on how the Future Skills Centre – Centre des Compétences futures (FSC–CCF) can best meet Manitoba’s priorities.
Red River College is proud to again take part in this event, along with our partners from the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce.
Taking place Thursday, March 11, from 1–3pm, this year’s event builds on the success of the 2019-20 Regional Sounding Tour, but will continue the conversation with a focus on how the country has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, what the path to recovery looks like, and how the FSC can help.
For this second round of local conversations, join us from the comfort of your home, office or home office. You’ll have opportunities to discuss how the country has been impacted by COVID-19, what this means for the future of work, the impacts on the labour force market in your province, and what the path to recovery will be.
This virtual event will start with a brief introduction to the Future Skills Centre’s mandate, objectives, findings from last year’s Regional Sounding Tour, and current activities the FSC is undertaking.
You’ll then break out into smaller conversations to learn more about the challenges and possibilities of supporting workforce opportunities for individual communities and industries in the province of Manitoba. Your contribution to the discussion will help inform the Future Skills Centre’s research and innovation investment strategies for the coming year.
This event has a limited capacity. Register now to secure your spot and ensure your voice is heard.