Date
-
Location
Online - MSTeams
PDH
2.00
Event PD type
General CE – Informal

The Office of the Superintendent of Professional Governance (OSPG) is hosting online training on the reporting requirements, including the statutory duty to report, under the Professional Governance Act (PGA). 

This online training will explain the similarities and differences between the reporting requirements under the PGA, the rationale for why statutory reporting requirements were included in the PGA, and provide guidance and a framework for Registrants to help them identify if the statutory duty to report has been triggered.  

This training will be held in one 2-hour session and delivered virtually using MSTeams. This training, while being offered virtually via MSTeams, is interactive. This means learners will be participating in large and small group discussions. Please be ready to contribute your thoughts and have your cameras and mics on when needed.

BCIA Registrants will receive 2 PDH for attending. Materials will be distributed following the training.

Date & Time: November 16, 9:30am to 11:30am

To Register: click on this link from Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/professional-governance-act-reporting-requirements-and-duty-to-report-t…;

Tickets are free, and there is no fee to register.

After Registration: 

  1. After you have registered, Eventbrite will send you a confirmation e-mail including the date and time of the training, along with an option to add the training to your calendar.
  2. Add the invitation to your calendar so you can join the event through the online event webpage when the event starts. 

As part of your registration and participation in this event, your personal information may be collected under section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FoIPPA) for the purposes of organizing and improving this event. Your personal information may also be collected to assist in the evaluation and improvement of the event under section 26(e) of FoIPPA. If you have any questions about the collection of your personal information, please contact ospgenquiries@gov.bc.ca.

Thank you very much for your interest in attending. Please contact us at ospgenquiries@gov.bc.ca if you have any questions.

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