Staying Afloat When the Water Gets Rough
Dr. David Posen – Doctor, Speaker, Author and Trainer
We're living in a time of unprecedented change. The abilities to be resilient and adaptable aren’t just good traits – they’re survival skills! Packed with action strategies, Dr. Posen’s presentation addresses the three questions that open the door to mastering change: What will increase your comfort with change? What would make change easier for you? What tools will you need to be resilient?
Learn: Six ways to change your attitude about change: What adaptation energy is and how to generate it: The importance of balance and stability in times of change and 12 ingredients of Resilience and Change Mastery.
Effective Training Techniques: Be a Better Trainer
What you need to know!
Margaret Spence Krewen, Trainer, TrainCan, Inc.
Clear communication and effective delivery are essential to any training situation, whether it be a formal classroom setting or in the field. Join Margaret Spence Krewen from TrainCan, Inc. as she presents the fundamentals of adult learning and shares training tips that we all can benefit from. Discover the various styles that adults use to learn, gain retention tools that you can adapt and use to reinforce learning and leave knowing how to motivate and engage your students.
Hannah Moffat, Knowledge Translation Scientist
Join Hannah Moffat, Knowledge Translation Scientist at the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health (NCCEH), as she shares the preliminary findings of the evidence review on the effectiveness of various food safety interventions in food service establishments– including food service inspections (e.g. frequency), food-handler training, posting of inspection results (e.g. disclosure), and wearing personal protective equipment. In this interactive workshop you will have the opportunity to discuss experiences and contribute to the evidence base, exchange perspectives on effective interventions.
The workshop will be facilitated by the NCCEH and developed in collaboration with CIPHI Ontario, members from the food service industry and public health practitioners working in the field.
(Food-borne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol)
to be announced
The investigation of and response to multi-jurisdictional food-borne illness outbreaks in Canada may involve several organizations at multiple levels of government with complementary responsibilities. The Food-borne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol (FIORP) workshop will use scenarios to explain how the protocol is used during a multi-jurisdictional food-borne illness outbreak.