Category Archives: CARI / Camosun

Technology: The BC Venture Acceleration Program – Informational Webinar

The Regional Economic Policy and Projects Branch / Economic Development Division within the Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour present a webinar:

The BC Venture Acceleration program fosters a disciplined approached to growing a technology company. Providing strategic leadership with an Executive in Residence and valuable networking opportunities, the program helps grow tech-startups in their own community. The new virtual program means any community, rural or urban, can be an innovative technology hub. Hear from the experts who deliver the program, and a community and company that are thriving following their involvement.

Date: November 13th, 1:30 – 3:00pm PST

Register early as space may be limited: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/topic.page?id=6FACA5E41D254F2FA6A1FCBC004DE97A

Please note that the registration deadline is November 12th, 2014. Webinar connection information will be sent to registrants 48hrs prior to the webinar.

Camosun Technology Access Center (CTAC) and the Manufacturing Professional’s Network (MPN)

Interview with Chris Edley, CTAC Manager & MPN Facilitator (May 2014)

~ :30 – What is CTAC
~ 1:10 – What fee for services does CTAC provide?
~ 2:05 – What role does MPN play in the community?
~ 3:45 – CTAC equipment resources – review
~ 6:20 – MPN Networking and Business Development coordination – review
~ 7:30 – CTAC MPN contact information

Informative Green Tech Exchange Seminar – Oct 24th / 5pm

An Ocean Energy Update – Opportunities for Skilled Trade and Technical Personnel on Vancouver Island 
Thursday October 24th, 2013
Registration & Networking 5:00 PM, Event Begins 6:00 PM

Camosun College, Interurban Campus – Liz Ashton Campus Centre (Building 14), Rooms 123 & 124
4461 Interurban Road, Victoria BC, V9E 2C1, Parking ($3/4hr) P2, P5 or P7 suggested

Complimentary Event Registration http://greentechexchange.ca/civicrm/event/info?id=126&reset=1
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Canada’s rivers and oceans have major renewable energy potential. Efforts to collect energy from river and ocean currents are now being explored both on Canada’s east and west coasts. Join us at Camosun College in Victoria, BC for the October 24th, 2013 Vancouver Island GTEx Forum and learn about several amazing ocean energy initiatives.

Speakers:
Dr. Chris Campbell, Marine Renewables Canada
Dr. Brad Buckham, University of Victoria
Ryan Nicoll, Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd.

With Regards,
Tom McDowell
Vancouver Island (based) Coordinator
www.greentechexchange.ca
e. gtevi@sfu.ca
t. 250 474-7014 (PST / GMT-08:00)

Informative Green Tech Exchange Seminar – Oct 24th / 5pm

An Ocean Energy Update – Opportunities for Skilled Trade and Technical Personnel on Vancouver Island 
Thursday October 24th, 2013 
Registration & Networking 5:00 PM, Event Begins 6:00 PM 

Camosun College, Interurban Campus – Liz Ashton Campus Centre (Building 14), Rooms 123 & 124 
4461 Interurban Road, Victoria BC, V9E 2C1, Parking ($3/4hr) P2, P5 or P7 suggested 

Complimentary Event Registration http://greentechexchange.ca/civicrm/event/info?id=126&reset=1 
—————— 
Canada’s rivers and oceans have major renewable energy potential. Efforts to collect energy from river and ocean currents are now being explored both on Canada’s east and west coasts. Join us at Camosun College in Victoria, BC for the October 24th, 2013 Vancouver Island GTEx Forum and learn about several amazing ocean energy initiatives. 

Speakers: 
Dr. Chris Campbell, Marine Renewables Canada 
Dr. Brad Buckham, University of Victoria 
Ryan Nicoll, Dynamic Systems Analysis Ltd. 

With Regards, 
Tom McDowell 
Vancouver Island (based) Coordinator 
www.greentechexchange.ca 
e. gtevi@sfu.ca 
t. 250 474-7014 (PST / GMT-08:00)