QBTA is proud to continue our collaboration with Linda Vaillancourt in her presentation of the New Secretarial Program (5857). In the third installment of this series, we will be tackling four competencies including:
Also presenting a much needed workshop will be Kosta Parthimos and Jeffrey Drake. With their tireless efforts in community center based teaching, they are carving the way for current and future teachers. Don't miss their workshop:
Teaching an Effective & Dynamic Community Vocational Course
We thank all our speakers for volunteering their time and energy to make QBTA the place of collaboration for teachers and administrators alike.
Remember, for only $25 per year, you are eligible to attend all 2017-2018 workshops, so don't miss!
See our Events page for more details and registration links.
Linda Vaillancourt leads the way...
What a fantastic kick-off to the 2017-2018 QBTA workshop season. The great Linda Vaillancourt led vocational teachers from four school boards in understanding and developing some extremely useful resources for the new Secretarial Program (5857).
This will begin the series of the New Secretarial Program workshops, created by Linda Vaillancourt of the West Island Career Centre (WICC), in association with QBTA. We thank Linda for her tireless efforts, passion and unique perspective on resource development as well as her dedication to the field of vocational education. For highlights of this workshop, click here.
Please keep updated on our next workshop dates and topics by visiting our website at qbta.ca. Don't forget to register to become a QBTA member. The price is only $25 which will enable you to attend all 2017-2018 workshops. For more information, contact us here.
A Great Finish to our Starting a Business Workshops
Thank you once again to the lovely Kosta Parthimos for his tireless work and contribution to the SAB teaching community. The Teacher Orientation - Part 2 workshop covered many key areas that are currently being developed by Kosta, including contributions by many other vocational teachers. We hope to see more of the Starting a Business community at our future workshops.
Stay tuned for our next workshop, How to Build an Educational Website - Part 2 coming soon!
Two Very Successful Workshops to Start 2017
A very big thank you to Kosta Parthimos for his amazing workshop on the Starting a Business Program. Current and new teachers alike benefited from the information shared by Kosta. We look forward to another workshop to continue the information greatly needed in this area. For highlights, please view our archives here.
Another great workshop, thanks to the forever knowledgeable Mark Newton. His insight into the New Secretarial Program helped teachers appreciate the upcoming changes and adjustments currently underway. We valued all the information shared by Mark as well as the collaboration of all teachers who attended. For highlights, please view our archives here.
Thank you for the fantastic turnout!
What a great experience to give my first QBTA workshop: How to Build an Educational Website in 30 Minutes.
A big 'thank you' to all the participants and equally important, the QBTA gang for their tireless work!
A big hug to Maria Caldarella, Vice Principal at SHADD Health and Business Center; her support and input was integral and greatly valued. Also, a big thanks to Shawn McDonald for being our honorary photographer and Jack-of-All-Trades. :)
On a personal note, it is so unbelievable to have such a diverse group of teachers get together and collaborate as we did last night. For me, it is why I am in education and QBTA will strive to create more opportunities for us to share and learn from each other. Remember, we need your input!
For highlights of the workshop click here.
How to Build an Educational Website in 30 Minutes
Be sure to catch our next workshop on building an educational website on Nov. 30, from 5 - 9 p.m. Attendees will be guided through registering for a free account as well as creating a website and domain. This will be a practical workshop so bring your teaching materials. Chances are, you will be ready to use your site the following day.
For more information or to register online, click here. See you there!
What Does Evaluation Have to do With Baseball?...an unbelievable workshop!!!
Thank you so much Susan Oliver for such a dynamic, informative and hands-down, practical workshop. It is nice to be able to have information like this offered to new and seasoned teachers. We hope to host Susan again very soon and would like to congratulate her on another successful presentation.
Also, a big thank you for the great turnout from all our members, new and old! We hope to see you again at our next workshop Build a Educational website in 30 minutes on Wednesday, November 30. For more information click here.
For highlights of the What Does Evaluation Have to do With Baseball workshop, please click here.
Next Workshop Announced: Evaluation in Vocational Training on September 27, 2016
The next QBTA workshop has just been announced. Susan Oliver will be giving a presentation on Evaluation in Vocational Training. Deadline for registration is September 21, so don't miss out!
Don't forget to check out our Events page for upcoming workshops and registration details.
Welcome to the new QBTA Website!
The QBTA has launched their newly designed website. We hope to create a hub of collaboration between all educational professionals as well as professionals in the private and public business sector. If you have any suggestions or comments, feel free to contact us.
Thank you for visiting and we welcome all new members, so sign up today.