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CPD Courses/Activities

CPD Courses/Activities

Here are some continuing professional development opportunities that partner organizations have opened up to our members.
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Key 2018 Electrical Code Changes impacting Wire & Cable: A summary with Q&A Opportunity
November 27, 2018
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

Join us for a free webinar as we discuss changes to the 2018 Canadian Electrical Code related to wire and cable. This webinar covers
  • definitions, rules & installation requirement changes
  • specific cable changes impacting tray cables, grounding and bonding as well as Power over Ethernet
The webinar will be led by Nexans' Applications Engineer Isaac Müller, 
  • Chair of Section 4 (conductors);
  • Vice-Chair of Section 12 (wiring methods);
  • Incoming Chair of Section 36 (high-voltage installations); and
  • Voting member of the Committee on Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, representing wire and cable manufacturing
 
November 29, 2018 at 11:00 AM EST
$199.00

Register online or email marketing@conferenceboard.ca for support in registering. OACETT priority code is ECEECB3.
 
Since the early 1970s, energy efficiency (EE) has been recognized as the most relevant mechanism to optimize the way we meet our energy needs. For the last 25 years, EE has also been identified as a favoured approach to fighting climate change. The introduction of EE building codes, standards and labels, and energy performance contracting schemes are but a few initiatives developed in Canada over the past 40 years.
 
This 60 minute webinar will take a close look at the history and current state of the EE sector across Canada. A quick overview of each province’s or territory’s history related to the EE sector and how legal and institutional frameworks have evolved will enable participants to understand the key success factors supporting the development of the EE field.
 
Join our presenter Genevieve Gauthier for this one-hour presentation. Some of the key take-aways of her presentation include:
 
Understand how the EE sector has developed and evolved over the years in different markets, as well as the current status of EE in each Canadian province and territory.
Draw from best practices and lessons learned, developed in Canada and apply them in the continuous development of the EE market in Canada, the U.S. and abroad.
Draw inspirations from the case studies that illustrate key success factors and showcase unique initiatives that could be adapted and implemented in various jurisdictions.
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Helping Municipalities to Identify Appropriate Rehab Technologies for Sewers
Date:  January 22, 2018
Location:  Mississauga Grand

Many municipalities have collected a large amount of CCTV data on sewers and manholes. However, they often struggle to use the inspection data to answer three fundamental questions: What assets should be fixed? When they should be fixed? and How they should be fixed?

This workshop to help municipalities identify appropriate renewal techniques based on the condition assessment data. Attendees will learn about the tools to aid data management and decision making. Furthermore, benefits and limitations of various sewer pipe rehabilitation techniques will be discussed.

SCHEDULE*
7:30        8:00      Registration and Breakfast
8:00        8:30      Introduction - What do I do with my Inspection Data?
8:30        9:00      Using Condition Assessment Data for Deterioration Modeling and Forecasting Future Condition of Sewers
9:00        9:30      Case Study: Report Actions-based on Custom Decision Making Process Programs
9:30       10:00     NASSCO Tool: Assigning Rehabilitation with a List of Contractors
10:00     10:15     Networking and Coffee Break
10:15     10:45     Using Software to Map, Identify Priorities and Assign Rehab to Alleviate Staffing Constraints
10:45     11:15     Rehabilitation of Sewers and Laterals using CIPP
11:15     11:45     Other Lining Methods and When it would be Advantageous to Use Them
11:45     12:45     Lunch
12:45     13:15     Structural Spot Repair Technologies
13:15     13:45     Structural Sewer Pipe Replacement Options
13:45     14:15     Sewer Grouting - Resolving Infiltration
14:15     14:30     Networking and Coffee Break
14:30     15:00     Spray Liners in Sewers
15:00     15:30     Link Pipe and Rubber Seals for Fixing Separated and Offset Joints
15:30     16:00     Pipe Maintenance: Cutting, Reaming, and Flushing
* Subject to modifications


The Canadian Water Summit (CWS) and Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) are excited to announce “Water Week at Blue”, a collaboration of two of the nation’s premier water events. 

Week-long programming will include multiple plenary and individual sessions, tailored workshops, two awards banquets, a combined exhibition area, technical tours and field trips, a “Women in Water” brunch, policy leaders dialogue meeting, fun outdoor activities, and other engaging networking events: Student and Young Professional’s and delegate ice-breaker receptions, plus the annual general meetings for CWRA and affiliates. In addition to the broad reach of our collective partners, supporters, and media sponsors, the CWS/CWRA collaboration will leverage branches, affiliates, and programs across Canada that provide a national stage for informed water conversations.

Register today! Book your room!

 

7 Axioms of Value Creation (OACETT members receive a 30% discount; use code OACETT)

Overview:
Gain the edge and learn about the code for success in today's disruptives times.   In his unique online training series Ian helps shape critical thinking concepts that prepare you for a future which is technology driven and approaching more rapidly than we could ever anticipate. Access this breakthrough learning in a convenient online format and learn from the comfort of your home or office. 

Presenter:  Ian Khan is the principal of FUTURACY Institute of Thought Leadership and was the speaker at OACETT's 2018 AGM and Conference:  CPD Session
He is a Technology Futurist featured on CNN, a Forbes Contributor, and the author of "7 Axioms of Value Creation".  Ian has been on the TEDx stage as a speaker three times. As a leadership author and trainer, he extensively tours globally and teaches his 7-Axioms of Value Creation methodology.  Ian  is also the host and creator of “Blockchain City”, a documentary capturing the adoption of Blockchain technology by cities worldwide.  An expert in Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and the convergence of technology, he is a globally renowned technology expert and thought leader.

The following are included for $275:
  1. Introduction to the 7 Axioms of Value Creation Course (certificate issued on completion  (CPD approved for 2 hours under the leadership category)
  2. eCopy of the 7 Axioms of Value Creation (write a short summary after reading the eCopy (CPD approved for 2 hours under the leadership category)
  3. PowerPoint Presentation 
  4. Video of the CPD Session at the AGM (write a short summary on what was learned, or on the importance of emerging technology and how engineering and applied science technicians and technologists need to understand and action this change. (CPD approved for 2 hours under the leadership category)
  5. Introduction to Today’s Technology Power Era Video
Approved for one continuing professional development activity under the leadership/management category if completion of 1, 2, and 4.
 
SolidWorks Essential Training
This is a 5 days training program and participants will learn how to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and create production drawings of the models. This program runs every month in Toronto or Cambridge.   Check out the dates.  

OACETT member will receive a 40%.  When registering online, put OACETT under the company section to receive the discount.
 
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