Local manufacturers gathered yesterday at the Henry County Academy for Advanced Studies to learn more about the Georgia Consortium for Advanced Technical Training (GA CATT) program. This German style apprenticeship program mixes hands-on experience with in-class study and conceptual learning. Guests included Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, Henry County Superintendent of Schools Rodney Bowler, and a host of local industry, education, and community leaders.
Earlier this year, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle launched the GA CATT Program, the first of its kind in the United States, with the Central Educational Center, Coweta County’s College and Career Academy.
The Henry County Development Authority was excited to serve as the lunch sponsor. Special thanks to the culinary arts students and chefs at the Academy for Advanced Studies for preparing a delicious lunch.
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