Professional Development Seminars

Continue your Career Development with ACEC-BC

Soft skills are becoming an essential part of doing business, not only for securing work, but also as a requirement for moving into senior leadership roles.

Ralph Kison Seminar - 450

In recent years ACEC-BC has established a suite of educational programming geared at providing ACEC-BC members relevant and timely material that can be immediately placed into practice.

If there is a topic that you would like to see included in this calendar, please contact Lia Spidlen lia@acec-bc.ca to discuss additional topics and dates.

 Photo: Business Development for Engineers with Ralph Kison

Here's the 2016 - 17 Calendar at a Glance:

How to Stay in the Game: Proposal Writing for Government
October 5, 2016 (Vancouver)

How to Stay in the Game: Proposal Writing for Government
October 19, 2016 (Victoria)

Panel Discussion: Climate Change
October 2016 (Vancouver)

Leadership Panel
November 9, 2016 (Vancouver)

Economic Review and 2017 Forecast
January 2017 (Vancouver)

Making Safety Work
February 2, 2017 (Vancouver)

Growing Effective Managers
February 22, 2017 (Vancouver)

Panel Discussion: P3 Projects
March 2017 (Vancouver)

Business Development for Engineers
March 8, 2017 (Vancouver)

Panel Discussion: Aboriginal Engagement
April 2017 (Vancouver)

Conflict Resolution & HR Policies
May 2017 (Vancouver)

The Role of a Consulting Engineer in a Successful Project
May 31, 2017 (Vancouver)

 

Buy in Bulk

Instead of outsourcing an instructor, bring your team to an ACEC-BC session and save! As an ACEC-BC member firm, buy 2 registrations for one seminar and receive 50% off the 3rd registration.

We are Accredited

Looking to accumulate hours to cover your APEGBC Professional Development requirements? ACEC-BC seminars are verifiable.

Sessions also qualify as CPD activities as outlined in the ASTTBC guidelines.

 

Testimonials

"Clear, engaging, good takeaways. Skills applicable to any industry, but specific to engineering."
- Business Development for Engineers, Kelowna 2016 session.