Join ISW Facilitators from across the province to share, learn, and connect about all things ISW.
CPI is thrilled to be hosting the Ontario ISW Community of Practice this year! This Community of Practice has been designed to help better connect our provincial ISW colleagues and discuss ISW-related matters within the Ontario context. The aim of this gathering is to exchange updates on ISW activities and to share resources through special topic sessions led by community members.
Friday, March 6, 2020
St. Catharines, Ontario
We ask that you register for the Community of Practice meeting by completing the online registration form below. Registration is first-come-first-serve and space is limited. Registration will remain open until February 21, or until we have reached capacity. The registration fee for the Community of Practice meeting is $40.00 which will include snacks, refreshments, lunch, and the cost of materials. Payment will be collected in cash at the meeting and receipts will be provided to all participants. Please note that parking is not included in the registration fee (all-day parking is available on campus for $12.00).
|9:30-10:00am||Arrival & Registration|
|10:00am||Welcome & opening activities|
|10:35am||News from the ISW Network: ISW Sustainability Plan & History of the ISW in Ontario|
|11:30am||Break & resource sharing|
|11:50am||Connecting with fellow facilitators: walk-and-talk along the Bruce trail and Brock’s labyrinth|
|12:40pm||Lunch & resource sharing|
|1:40pm||Topical break-out sessions|
|2:20pm||Break & resource sharing|
Getting to Brock
The Ontario ISW Community of Practice will be meeting at Brock’s St. Catharines campus located at:
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way
St. Catharines, ON
Parking is available on campus for visitors and guests to campus. We recommend parking in Lot D which can be accessed for a daily rate of $12 (rather than an hourly metered rate), and is about a 5-minute walk to Schmon Tower where we will be gathering in the morning. Both Lot D and Schmon Tower are marked on the map below.
Staying in Niagara
While the Community of Practice meeting may only be one day, you may wish to extend your stay in the Niagara Region. For places to stay, things to do, and sights to see, visit Tourism Niagara Canada.