CTMA names project administrator
Monica FergusonOperations Machine Building Canadian Tooling and Machining Association Career Ready program Expanding Opportunities project administrator
The Canadian Tooling and Machining Association (CTMA) named Dinah Chappus as project administrator for the Career-Ready with CTMA: Expanding Opportunities program.
In 2005, Chappus joined the Circle 5 Tool and Mold LP team, one of her roles included managing co-op and OYAP students and apprentices.
“I retired (which was the hardest thing for me to do) from Circle 5 Tool & Mold LP in 2021,” said Chappus. “I was extremely lucky to have Robert Cattle approach me to come out of retirement and help with the Career-Ready program. I am looking forward to working with all members of the CTMA and hope to meet everyone at upcoming events.”
Chappus has been working with CTMA executive director, Robert Cattle, since 2014 to help monitor students who have entered the trades.