BCPVPA Webinar Series – Fall 2018
Make some time for yourself this Fall with a selection of BCPVPA webinars that will help our members to learn, connect and reflect. This series includes overview sessions focusing on your personal services contract and benefits plan, tools for improving your networking and decision-making skills, and a primer on finding space for personal priorities.
The Fall Webinars are now available on the BCPVPA YouTube channel.
Understanding your Personal Services Contract
This webinar is presented by BCPVPA Managers of Contract/Legal, Don Boyd and Warren Hicks. This webinar is aimed to help principals and vice-principals develop a general understanding of their personal services contract, key components of their contract and their fiduciary responsibilities as agents of their Boards of Trustees.
Taking Care of Your Personal Wellbeing
Presented by President Jack MacNeill and Vice-President Wade Repta of humanworks. humanworks has had a long association with the BCPVPA supporting the health and wellness needs of principals and vice-principals. Jack and Wade’s presentation will offer participants some important reminders on how to make their wellbeing a priority in their lives.
BetterEducate – A Dynamic Tool for School Leaders
Presented by BCPVPA President David DeRosa, this webinar is intended to highlight some of the important features in BetterEducate and to showcase some of the recently added functionality. The BCPVPA continues to work with the BetterEducate developers to create a dynamic platform that allows educators to connect, network and learn from each other.
Understanding and Accessing Benefits Supports
Presented by Ingrid Gallier of Morneau Shepell this webinar is intended to provide an overview of the benefits plans of principals and vice-principals and how to access a range of supports within the plan.
Leading an Effective Decision-Making Process
Presented by BCPVPA Managers of Professional Learning, Liz Bell and Jessica Antosz along with Dr. Bruce Beairsto. The webinar will introduce the elements of a tool kit of PDF files that can be used in a variety of ways to improve a group’s ability to understand each other, resolve differences and make good decisions. The entire toolkit is posted on BetterEducate.