Date: June 29 & 30
Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 each day
Registration for the 2021 Collaborative Learning Day is now open! Given the unprecedented challenges over the past year, let’s explore lessons learned, managing today’s transitions, and preparing for the future.
The FNPSS and the BC Federal Council is inviting Human Resource (HR) Practitioners, Managers, and Band Administrators from BC First Nations communities to come together virtually for a two, half-day Collaborative Learning event, focused on the theme of Human Resources and preparing for the future.
Keynote speakers and panelists will draw from their personal experiences, wisdom, and share valuable strategies and tangible resources on topics related to:
- Human Resources and moving beyond COVID-19
- ‘Return to work’ planning strategies
- Difficult & courageous conversations
- New legislation – violence in the workplace and cultural leave
- Labour Code Part 3
- Managing change, medical leave and accommodation in the workplace
- Promoting health, wellness, and resiliency
We are pleased to announce that BC First Nation youth, Shoshoni Andrew and Liam Campbell, will be co-facilitating the event, and Dr. Leroy Little Bear will be joining us as a keynote speaker to discuss health, wellness, and resiliency. A full list of speakers will be announced soon.
There will also be opportunities during the event for participants to engage with leaders, learn from others, as well as share their own expertise and learnings.
This virtual event is sponsored by the First Nations Public Service Secretariat and the BC Federal Council under the Strengthening Public Service Institutions Initiative & MOU.