CAPL BC First Nations Process Lunch & LearnThis session will be of value to those responsible for relationship building and engagement with First Nations communities in northeastern BC.
CAPL BC First Nations Process Lunch & Learn
The BC Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) is the province’s independent regulator of oil and gas activities and is responsible for permitting and overseeing petroleum and natural gas operations in British Columbia. The OGC, as an agent of the Crown, fulfills the Crown’s obligation to consult with First Nations prior to the authorization of activities under the Oil and Gas Activities Act (OGAA) and related specified enactments for which the OGC is the responsible decision maker. Additionally the OGC engage with communities across the province of British Columbia to encourage the participation of First Nations and Aboriginal peoples in processes affecting them.
This session led by Rebecca Donnell, Manager of First Nations Relations (OGC) will be of value to industry representatives responsible for relationship building and engagement with First Nations communities in northeastern BC. The 2-hour presentation will cover topics such as the Provincial/OGC mandate, United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP), OGC structure, OGC’s consultation process Agreements with First Nations, Capacity Funding, + more.
Goals of this presentation include building upon partnerships between industry and the OGC, information sharing to improve communication on strategic First Nations relations, and strengthening industry capacity to support consultation with First Nations.
Course 219: Introduction to Presentation, Instruction and FacilitationThis course provides participants with an understanding of presenting, instructing and facilitating.
Course 219: Introduction to Presentation, Instruction and Facilitation
This course provides participants with an understanding of presenting, instructing and facilitating; an opportunity to develop or enhance presentation, instruction and facilitation skills; personal and professional development, and a venue during which to assess personal skills and abilities before expressing an interest in becoming an IRWA Instructor or a Conference presenter. At the conclusion of the course, participants will have learned about, developed, and demonstrated presentation, instruction and facilitation techniques.
- Generalist: An intermediate course that can be applied towards the ARWP, RWP or SR/WA program.
- Specialist: An elective for the R/W-AMC, R/W-EC, and R/W-NAC programs. Fulfills IRWA Instructor recertification requirement
IMPORTANT NOTE: Course 219 is interactive and requires participants to demonstrate their presentation, facilitation, or instruction skills. Participants are expected to incorporate the learning points into their delivery.
Course Tuition Includes:
Who Should Take This Course:
The course is intended for individuals who want to develop or enhance their presentation, instruction and facilitation skills. This course is also a prerequisite for those who plan to apply for and attend a future IRWA Instructor Clinic.
ALSA / IRWA 62 Poker TournamentCocktails and Finger Food, Poker, Laughs, Industry catch-up, and possibly get lucky!!
ALSA / IRWA 62 Poker Tournament
- February 22, 2018
- 5pm - 9pm
- Casino Yellowhead
5:00-6:00pm - Cocktails and Finger Food
6:00-9:00pm - Poker
All Night - Laughs, Industry catch-up, and possibly get lucky!!
Tickets are $40 includes
- First Buy-in
- Finger Foods
- One Complimentary Beer or Wine
- Entry for door prizes
Please register early as seating is limited.
COME OUT AND “LAND” A GREAT HAND!
Course 603C: Understanding Environmental Contamination in Real Estate
Instructor - TBD
Course 225: Social Ecology - Listening To CommunityParticipants will learn essential information on how to create authentic community engagement.
Course 225: Social Ecology - Listening To Community
As any right of way and infrastructure professional will tell you, creating positive community engagement and impact is vital to the success of any infrastructure project. But they will also tell you that this is much easier said than done! This course will provide you with those vital leading edge skills to approach community engagement from a unique cultural awareness perspective- putting community first, at the front-end of the project, by actively listening to and engaging with the very people that will be impacted by the project. Participants will learn essential information on how to create authentic community engagement, how to discover human patterns that organically exist in the community, develop solutions to mitigate impact, and how to honestly listen to the people in the community in their own environment by learning how to visit the local restaurants, libraries, schools etc. where “life happens”. With this new knowledge gained, infrastructure- based companies will able to incorporate community needs in the acquisition process.
Course Tuition Includes:
- Learning Guide
- Field Notebook
Who should take this course
This course is ideal for right of way and infrastructure professionals, any right of way professional involved in program management, consulting, or project communications/negotiations, as well as anyone interested in learning this highly valued and in-demand skill set.
Course 421C: The Valuation of Partial Acquisitions
Instructor - TBD