Godfrey, Ill. – Lewis and Clark Community College’s Automotive Technology department will host this spring’s Illinois College Automotive Instructors’ Association Conference March 17-18, 2011.
Nearly 200 educators, mostly from the state of Illinois, will converge upon the Godfrey campus to hear keynote speaker Larry Turay, an automotive learning consultant, and to attend two days of technical presentations by local and national presenters as well as a morning trade show (tools, equipment, materials, supplies, and technical information).
Attendees will be treated to refreshments, lunch, and a dinner at the Holiday Inn in Alton.
“The ICAIA conference is an enormous undertaking. Typically, schools from the northern area of the state (Chicago) host it. This event will inform other state colleges about how our program serves our community by providing our students with some of the latest industry technology,” said Christopher Reynolds, instructor in Automotive Technology.
Registration is open to ICAIA members.
For more information on the conference, including a complete list of trainers/educators/vendors/attendees, visit www.icaia.org