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CESBA North Regional Meeting – Toronto

January 24, 2019
Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre

89 Chestnut St.
Toronto, ON

Time: 8:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.

Join CESBA for the North region meeting on January 24 in Toronto! Get news and updates from CESBA and participate in discussions on key issues in specific areas of adult and continuing education in Northern Ontario. Guest speaker Bernie Moseley-Williams (Nipissing-Parry Sound CDSB) will present his outstanding workshop from the CESBA Conference 2018 “My Anxious Mind: The Reluctant Superpower“.


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Rooms can be booked at the special event rate of $149/night at the Doubletree by Hilton, which is directly across the street from the Chestnut Conference Centre. CESBA will reimburse up to $125 for accommodations. Please reserve your hotel room by January 15. Book your room here*

*Ensure that you select the correct dates on the online booking form.

Travel Reimbursement

CESBA will reimburse all participants up to $250 for round-trip travel to the meeting. Please use the expense form to submit your expenses for reimbursement.

In-Service for New Administrators

November 7, 2018
Toronto, Ontario

This one-day professional learning in-service is intended for superintendents, principals and vice-principals new to adult and continuing education (three years or less in their current position).


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Venue & accommodation
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Toronto Downtown
Shanghai Room
108 Chestnut Street
Toronto, ON

Time: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (breakfast and lunch included)

About the In-service

To support the successful transition from a regular day school to the diverse environment of adult, alternative and continuing education, the in-service will:

  • Provide an overview of how funding, staffing and resource allocation works to support the delivery of cost-effective adult, alternative and continuing education programs;
  • Introduce administrators to key local/regional service delivery networks that support adult learners in achieving their education and career/life goals (e.g., literacy networks, workforce planning boards, employment networks);
  • Provide networking opportunities with practicing administrators so that administrators can ask questions related specifically to the adult, alternative and continuing education programs they are responsible

Topics to be covered include:

  • Complex needs of adult learners and ways boards have addressed the needs of adult learners in achieving their education and career/life goals;
  • Adult, alternative and continuing education program operational structures and processes (e.g., PLAR for mature students, continuing education funding registers, and reporting requirements).


Funding is available to cover only a PARTIAL cost of the travel, accommodation and meals for attendees, for up to 2 participants per board. Please refer to the expense claim form for details.

Accommodation will be available across the street from the venue at the Toronto Hilton Doubletree, 108 Chestnut St. Toronto M5G 1R3. If the school board office is more than 100 km away, the cost of accommodation on November 6th will be partially covered. If the school board office is less than 100 km away, there is no funding available for accommodation. Rooms must be booked by October 23, 2018 in order to receive the per night rate of $199 plus tax. 

For further information about this event, please contact Hillary Arnold, CESBA Project Manager at 416.597.1904 ext. 2 or by e-mail at

Professional Development Day for A&CE Credit Teachers

April 10, 2018
Toronto, ON

CESBA hosted its first professional development day for teachers in school board adult and continuing education credit programs.


EDU Initiatives in Adult & Continuing Education – Daniel Denommé, EDU
Knowing and Responding to Learners Who Need Additional Support in Literacy – Karen Greenham, EDU
Experiential Learning for Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education – Carlos Sousa, EDU
Assessing the Global Competencies Online and in the Classroom – Lori Stryker, EDU
Education and Career/Life Planning – Patty Zaroski, EDU


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