Conference Presentations 2016


Keynote: Students First - Sean Verhoeven, HORN Training and Consulting.

Program Approvals and Inspections - Noel Abbott and Dina Waik, Registration Unit of the PCC Branch.

Student Loan Default Management - Deena Balsdon from D + H Tanya Cioffi from Career College Group (CCG).

How to Apply Best Practices with Agents to Increase International Enrolment -  Caroline Levesque from ICEF and Monica Aguirre from Toronto Film School - RCC Institute of Technology.

Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan - Marilyn Gurevsky and Joe Zapotochny from the Quality and Partnership Unit of the PCC Branch, and lawyer Dan Attwell.

Building Profitability and Value in PCCs - Don Thibert from Don Thibert and Associates. 

Essentials of a Successful Inbound Marketing Strategy - Philippe Taza, Higher Education Marketing.

5 eSSential Tips to Design and Build a Compliant PCC Curriculum - Jerry Bishop, Business Assessment Solutions Inc.

Key Performance Indicators - Paul Kitchin, Career Colleges Ontario.

Supplementary Documents:

Admissions that Drive Retention: A Whole Student Perspective - Clay Butler, Wonderlic.

Career College Compliance/OSAP Compliance - Carol Bruni from Regulatory Matters, Ann Robinson from ARC Advantage, and Lorna Mills from Career Colleges Ontario.

Keeping Out of Financial Trouble - Dave McCarroll.

21st Century Postsecondary Education in Ontario from Analog to Digital - Deputy Minister Sheldon Levy and Assistant Deputy Minister David Carter-Whitney.

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