Online Continuing Education - On-Demand Webinars
Unless otherwise indicated all on-demand webinars qualify for 1 CEC in Category A.
Recorded Education Sessions
Session Fees - Various
Available Recorded Events:
Tour Kawartha Aquamation and learn about the Alkaline Hydrolysis process along with the legal, municipal and regulatory requirements for establishing and operating an alkaline hydrolysis business in Ontario.
It is common to look to our past when planning for the future. However, do you dwell on mistakes or choose to focus on lessons learned? It can be problematic when we allow our past to define who we are and limit our ability to achieve success. Instead, we need to embrace our past and lean into our future so that we can leap forward. This will help you to define your purpose, harness your power and boost your effectiveness. In this keynote, we will explore four ways to maximize your potential so that you create the story you want to tell about yourself.
In this presentation, Dr. Rob Graham will share research-based insights on how the organizations he studied were able to do more with less, and overcome as opposed to being overcome by technology. He will specifically address some of the bereavement sector's 'pain points' based on the information gathered during the focus group session held with OACFP members.
Medical Assistance in Dying (Maid): What It Is and What It Isn't. - Presenter, Dr. Sandy Buchman
Since 2016 Ontarians have been increasingly choosing to schedule their own deaths through the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) program. As Bereavement Sector professionals, we must be ready to answer questions, understand how this affects our operations, and respond with accurate and current information. Join us in conversation with Dr. Sandy Buchman from the Ontario Medical Association who will give us an overview of (MAiD) focusing in on what it is and what it is NOT. Learn about the evolution of this end-of-life option since legalized in Canada, the current process and procedures for eligibility and the changes that are anticipated for the future. A must attend event for those who are serving families in advance of need.
As the world navigates the pandemic, each person has to navigate their own lives at home and work as best they can. World events have added another layer to a culture that had leaders already feeling stressed. While nothing can be done to fix the overall situation, resilience tools can make the experience of navigating uncharted territory better. In this session, you'll discover some fresh insights and inspiration to rally and keep succeeding amidst the forever-changing landscape of uncertainty.
On Demand Webinar: The Right Way of Death, The Problem - Presenter, Eric Layer
Author Eric Layer has spent his career helping brands navigate the winds of change, after spending most of his life in and around the family business of funeral homes and cemeteries. He leverages that unique perspective to paint a vivid picture of what today’s bereavement professionals are getting right—and what they’re doing wrong.
On Demand Webinar: The Right Way of Death, There is Hope - Presenter, Eric LayerA
The current uncertainty around death care is not the sector’s fault, but it is their problem. The calling is hamstrung by mixed messages. It’s tough for a modern bereavement professional to decide whether to be a leader or a follower, salesperson or confidant. But there is a right way to do death, and funeral professionals are experts. The future of the business will require a recognition of that truth so that those who work in death care can reclaim the soul of the calling and guide families with care and confidence.