Category Archives: Education

Intro to Parts and Warehousing for Students with Disabilities at Kwantlen Polytechnic University

DABC has received the following notice from Kwantlen Polytechnic University: Introduction to Parts and Warehousing Foundation for People with Disabilities. Overview: This is a six week pilot program introducing disabled people to the parts and warehousing industry. It will focus … Continue reading

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New Resource for CSIL Employers

Spinal Cord Injury BC’s Module 4 of the CSIL Online Workbook is now available for free download. This Module, How to be a Lawful CSIL Employer looks at the key legal issues and responsibilities for CSIL employers as identified by … Continue reading

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New Online Weight Bias & Stigma Resource for Health Professionals!

Time sensitive! Registration deadline Friday March 27th At the end of March 2015, BC Mental Health & Substance Use Services will launch a new resource about weight bias and stigma for health professionals across BC, and we are seeking participants … Continue reading

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New BCCPD Publication: The Social Security Tribunal

In April 2013, the process to appeal the denial of Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPP-D) changed when a new system, the Social Security Tribunal (SST), replaced the Review Tribunal. We have prepared a new guide, The Social Security Tribunal, to … Continue reading

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BC Association of Social Workers Education/Networking Event

Note: Open to non-members! Social Determinants of Health: The Way Forward Karen R. Nelson, MBA, MSW, RSW Chief of Social Work, Director of Spiritual Care, The Ottawa Hospital Research Professor, Carleton University School of Social Work The BC Association of Social … Continue reading

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Youth evaluators needed for new financial literacy comic book

Time sensitive! Sean Muir, Executive Director of The Healthy Aboriginal Network, is seeking assistance from youth in evaluating a new financial literacy comic book, The Game Plan. If you work with youth and can help (evaluations must be completed this Friday, … Continue reading

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