Professional Learning and Development at the BCPVPA involves initiatives and objectives to build capacity and leadership for principals and vice-principals. The combined work of the BCPVPA staff, its Professional Development and Development representatives and committee members determine the most effective ways to deliver these initiatives.

The BCPVPA Professional Learning and Development team has developed a wide-ranging group of workshops which run from 90 minutes to two half-days and full days. The workshops directly support the Leadership Standards for Principals and Vice-Principals in British Columbia and augment quality leadership.

Contact the team:
Jessica Antosz, Manager
Elizabeth Bell, Manager
Kim Maxwell, Executive Assistant

Find out more about our courses

BCPVPA Short Course I & II

BCPVPA Leading a Culture of Learning 1 & 2

Find out more about our events

BCPVPA Issues Forum

Friday February 22, 2019
Pacific Gateway Hotel, Richmond

The BCPVPA presents an annual forum with a focus on topical themes in education leadership.

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Connecting Leaders

2019: Cultivating a Climate of Leadership
October 24 – 26, 2019
Penticton Lakeside Resort and Conference Centre

This annual regional leadership conference brings together association members from across the province to discuss current themes in education and leadership, and to learn from each other. The conference strands – Inclusion, Resilience, Leadership, Change, and Wellness – are woven through the conference content.

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Professional Learning and Development Chapter Reps Collaborate and Learn

BCPVPA PLD Chapter reps representing 55 school districts gather in Richmond annually to share and learn together. Professional Learning and Development is a key educational focus at school, chapter, district, regional and provincial levels and once a year, the BCPVPA provides the opportunity for chapter representatives to enrich networks face to face.

The BCPVPA Aboriginal Advisory Committee

The BCPVPA Aboriginal Advisory Committee presented to professional learning representatives on a number of issues, including: