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Skills Canada Mechatronics competitors shine


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Avery Bird and Theodor Willert, winning students from the Humber College Electromechanical Engineering program, talk about how the Skills Canada National Competition Mechatronics challenge will help them to succeed in manufacturing careers and representing Canada at the World Skills 2017 event in Abu Dhabi.

Neil Wenger, Mechatronics Competition Committee chair and Technical Coordinator at the NAIT Shell Manufacturing Centre, says that the Mechatronics category has become much more challenging than when Saskatoon last hosted the Skills Canada National Competition in 2007.


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