Professional development and upskilling of the workforce – opportunities and challenges for Canadian businesses” Register Here
CFPA is proud to present a series of webinars to keep members informed on issues impacting their businesses.
The pandemic notwithstanding, Canadian businesses are facing several challenges hindering their successes. Some complex, such as mega trends and climate change, and some more specific such as the integration of innovation and technologies, competitiveness, or pressure from policies and regulations. Having said that, a common denominator of any organization is its workforce, and in this respect, the demographics and talent pool are very specific to Canadian landscape.
In this talk, we will review the current and expected future trends, the anticipated talent needs for Canadian businesses, and the gap that exist between those needs and the current offerings from Training organizations.
CFPA has negotiated special pricing for member companies, and we are very excited to share this new and innovative program. These courses are run by industry leaders and feedback on content and ability to implement ideas has been outstanding.
Florent Lefevre-Schlick is the founder of a successful and innovative professional training program in partnership with industry experts, industry associations, Mohawk college and McMaster University.
Ashan Corea is the Founder and Principal of The Strong Link Inc. A training and development business focused on enabling tactical level operations and execution within industry. He leads the development and execution of the Industry Operations Leadership & Management Program – An initiative designed to enable middle-level managers and industry leaders to efficiently execute high-performance operations, within an industry 4.0 environment.
Space is limited at the hotel. There are 9 deluxe rooms at $155 ($170 double occupancy)and 32 premium rooms at $175 ($190 double occupancy). CFPA will reserve the room on your behalf and you will pay upon arrival. Indicate your preference upon registration.