Engineering Technology Forum
The Florida Forum on Engineering Technology (E.T. Forum) is an important vehicle to bring together the diverse and geographically dispersed colleges with common issues and challenges. The Forum is a semiannual 2-day meeting of community college engineering technologies faculty in Florida. FLATE utilizes the Forum to strengthen its Technology Consortium; share its activities and projects; provide professional development; bring industry and academics together; engage faculty and administrators in statewide curriculum reform; and keep in touch with new and ongoing college program issues and concerns. The ET Forum has met twenty-nine times since 1996 at 19 different colleges around the state.
E.T. Forum Impacts
- Led curriculum reform for statewide associate degree programs
- Provided a foundation for strong partnerships between colleges
- Started reform and reorganization of common course numbering for relevant courses
- Unified input to Perkins IV state implementation plan
- Supported CAPE and other CTE legislation
Previous E.T. Forum Meetings:
April 4-5, 2013 - ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE
The 30th Forum for Engineering Technology will be held at SPC's new Collaborative Center for Emerging Technologies (CCET) in Clearwater.
Hosted by ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE
2465 Drew Street Clearwater, FL, 33765
(727) 341-4378 or (727) 791-2642
Conference Center – ES Building AGENDA Thursday, April
September 27-28, 2012 - State College of Florida
STATE COLLEGE of FLORIDA Manatee-Sarasota
8000 S. Tamiami Trail,
Venice, FL 34293
March 29-30, 2012 - Indian River State College
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You can find all of this year's presentations on this page.