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Tom White, NORCAT's manager of simulation training, sits at the simulator controls for an underground bolter. The technology centre has been training underground equipment operators with its new ThoroughTec CYBERMINE4 simulator for just over a month.
NORCAT improves training with new simulatorSudbury’s Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT) can now recreate an underground mining environment without leaving the surface, thanks to a new state-of-the-art mining equipment simulator.The centre's new ThoroughTec CYBERMINE4 simulator has been in operation for just over a month, and provides employees with Vale, Glencore and KGHM hands-on training with a variety of machines, including a MacLean bolter, an Atlas Copco rocket boomer, and underground loaders by Sandvik and Caterpilla...


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Canadore College expanding aviation campus
Canadore College has broken ground for an expansion of its Aviation Technology Campus at North Bay’s Jack Garland Airport.The college announced Nov. 21 that construction of the Advanced Composites Fabrication, Repair and Test Centre (ARC-TC) has officially started.The facility is being built beside...
Northern and Primero partner on training
Northern College and Primero Mining Corp. are teaming up to provide training to Primero’s workforce.The partnership will see Northern creating a series of online health and safety, induction and orientation training courses which will be used to train new and existing Primero employees and clien...
Trades college to undergo review
Ontario is appointing Tony Dean, former secretary of cabinet and head of the Ontario Public Service, to review key areas of Ontario's skilled trades system that fall within the mandate of the Ontario College of Trades.Dean will build on the college's success by reviewing issues related to the sc...
Constance Lake, Collège Boréal partner on truck training
Constance Lake First Nation is teaming up with Collège Boréal to offer the AZ truck driving program to its community members.The program is being offered through the college’s Hearst campus, and is being supported by funding from Kiikenomaga Kikenjigewen Employment & Training Services. Constance...


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