CNAR 2020: Certificate in Fundamentals of Regulation

Updated: Feb 10, 2021

Registration now closed. Session recordings for CNAR's workshops are not available. Please bookmark for the most updated news on 2021 events!

What You Will Learn

The Certificate in Fundamentals of Regulation Workshop will appeal to anyone who is seeking to learn more about professional -regulation in the Canadian context. This “crash course” program has been designed to provide attendees with content that is both practical and informative, featuring presentations from experts in their respective fields.

Join us on October 21st, 2020 from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m Eastern Time for this comprehensive virtual workshop. Hands-on activities will link the theory to practice ensuring you come away with knowledge and tips that may be instantly applied to your work.

Who Should Attend?

Past participants of this highly-rated session include: staff who have been working for a regulatory body for less than three years; board/council members who wish to learn more about how to ensure public protection in the regulatory sector; those who may have relied primarily on on-the-job training to gain knowledge and skills in the area; regulators seeking to enhance their peer network; and individuals seeking a “sampler” of topics in regulation.

What Topics Will Be Covered?

  • Principles and Challenges to Good Governance

  • Facilitating Sound Decision Making

  • Strategies for Engagement

  • The Regulator's Role in Social Change 

  • And more...!

We hope you will join us for an enriching session of learning and sharing!

CNAR will host three online sessions starting October 21st.The second and third are scheduled for January and April 2021. This timetable provides participants with the opportunity to immediately apply session knowledge and tips in their work context.


This workshop is one of six in CNAR's 2020 workshop series. These three to four-hour events will be held in conjunction with CNAR's Interactive Digital Event and offered at a discounted rate for Conference registrants (be sure to register for CNAR 2020 HERE). Space for certain workshops is limited, so register now!

Other workshops in the series include:

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