Q. Which seminars can be offered as an in-house presentation?
A. You can browse available seminar titles at pd.bccpa.ca. You can search by subject matter or by keywords. A seminar may be customized to meet the needs of your group.
Q. How much does an in-house presentation cost and how many people can participate?
A. The cost and the maximum number of participants vary based on the seminar title. Additional costs may also apply depending on how much customization is required.
For a detailed quote, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. Does the in-house presentation have to be held virtually or can it be offered in-person?
A. Your in-house presentation can be held either virtually, via the Zoom conferencing app, or *in-person. Instructor availability may vary depending on the format.
*Orders and guidelines made by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) must be followed for all indoor organized gatherings. You are responsible for arranging your own meeting space.
Q. Is printed material provided?
A. Effective Fall 2019, CPABC PD moved to an entirely paperless PD program. You will be provided an electronic course material three days before your session date.
While attendees will not be able to make changes to the material, they will be able to use annotation functions.
Q. Will CPABC members attending an in-house presentation have their CPD hours automatically updated?
A. CPABC members will have to manually add the seminar when they report their CPD hours online; in-house sessions are not automatically populated and listed when they log in to report their CPD hours.
Q. Are your online in-house presentations well rated?
A. Yes, they are! The average rating of our virtual online in-house sessions is 4.34 out of 5.
Q. Can the in-house presentation be recorded?
A. No audio/video recording is permitted for in-house presentations.