CNAR Launches 2021 Spring Workshop Series!

Updated: May 4

CNAR is very pleased to announce its spring workshop series, featuring our valued partners Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc, Benard + Associates, and Code and Effect. ($89/event for CNAR Members; $119/event for non-Members. Sessions will be held virtually over Zoom.) On May 25th from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., Code and Effect's co-founder and CEO Ashley Janssen will present Creating a Culture of Calm in Your Organization, a workshop that will provide immediately applicable tactics and processes to set yourself up for success with smart, healthy habits and tools to evaluate what’s working, what’s not, and what to do about it. This session is intended to help those involved in regulation who want to learn ways to better organize and manage their time, increase productivity, and evaluate your technology. For the full session description, please click HERE. To register, please click below.

REGISTER: Creating a Culture of Calm in Your Organization

On May 26th from 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc's Richard Steinecke will moderate How to Avoid or Respond to an External Review, with featured speakers Cynthia Johansen, Registrar/CEO for the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals; Chris Hacker, Registrar and CEO of the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia; and Deanna Williams, Consultant. Event attendees will leave with a better understanding of how external reviews work, how a regulator can best participate in one, and how to effectively participate in the follow up to an external review report - whether it is critical or complimentary. For the full session description, please click HERE. To register, please click below.

REGISTER: How to Avoid or Respond to an External Review

On May 27th from 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m., speaker Dean Benard, President of Benard + Associates, will host a 90-minute session, Should We Develop an ADR Program for Regulatory Complaints? If So, How?, which is designed to raise questions and provide some answers about the usefulness of ADR in regulation and how to develop a process that will work. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear case scenarios and participate in polls that examine if ADR is right or wrong in each case. This will be based on several criteria that consider public protection, complainant satisfaction, registrant satisfaction, potential for learning or remediation, and procedural fairness. For the full session description, please click HERE. To register, please click below.

REGISTER: Develop an ADR Program for Regulatory Complaints?