Our Fall hybrid conference “We Are One” is being held September 29 – October 1, 2022. We look forward to hosting our first ever hybrid event.
The 200 in-person seats are NOW FULL we still have some online seats. Register now.
Over the last two years, many training events were brought online in order to keep our community safe during the pandemic. Even though we miss visiting with you all in-person, we noted that having online training opportunities supports those programs and individuals who cannot always make a commitment to attend our trainings in person.
This year we decided to offer conference as a hybrid event, providing a slightly scaled down in-person conference and additionally, providing one stream of those workshops to our virtual delegates. The sessions that will be available to both our in-person and virtual delegates are Thursday (A1,B1,C1), Friday (D1,E1,F1), and Friday (G1, H1). If you are only able to attend online, please view the Online Program for a detailed overview of the training sessions in our hybrid stream for each day. All plenary sessions, including our three keynotes, will be delivered in-person and online.
We look forward to welcoming you all to conference this year in whatever way you are able to join us.
The cost is as follows:
NOW FULL In-person Sept. 29 / Sept. 30 $80.00 / Oct. 1 $60.00
Online Sept. 29 / Sept. 30 $40.00 / Oct. 1 $30.00
“We have to learn how to talk to, and about, each other, with greater respect than has been the case in the past. We may not achieve reconciliation within my lifetime, or within the lifetime of my children, but we will be able to achieve it if we all commit to working towards it properly. Part of that commitment is that every year we will stand up together and we will say never again. What we did in this country was wrong, and we will never allow that to happen again.” Dr. Murray Sinclair (Chancellor)
At this year’s conference we will stand together to recognize the second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and consider what is needed to create a better future for our children. As we acknowledge the impacts of a colonial past, we will also consider what is needed to move forward, together, in a good way. With a goal to transform and decolonize we will reflect on and take stock of what needs to evolve, in ourselves, in our systems, and in our communities so we can act and make meaningful change.
As educators, we know that the road to change is embedded in how we nurture our children. We must transform our practice to find better ways to ensure that they have access to culturally rich, safe, healthy education and care opportunities. We must commit to taking care of their spirit and reinforcing their identities as peoples of this land, peoples with a rich history and deep knowledge. Our children are the hearts of our communities and the hope of our future, if we act together, we can create a just society for the generations ahead.
So, join us this year in imagining a new future together. We will dream, laugh, dance, and sing for joy to be gathered as one.
At BCACCS, a primary focus of our training and professional development events is to translate our culturally rich traditions into effective Indigenous early learning and child care (IELCC) programs and services. We seek to promote the capacity of ECE professionals to design and deliver programs and services that are immersed in our cultures and communities. We believe that community involvement, leadership, and support are central to the healthy, holistic development of Indigenous children.
The in-person conference is taking place at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel in Richmond ( 7551 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC V6X 1A3). If you are joining us in-person, and would like to stay at the venue hotel, please book your accommodation by calling (604) 273-7878 or Reservation Toll Free: 1-800-663-0299 or booking through the online reservation link. Cost is $209.00 CAD per night.
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