Anyone interested is welcome, especially CCR members; however, meetings are closed to media and government employees. 

Schedule: Tuesday, September 14 | Overseas Protection and Resettlement (OPR) Working Group Meeting 

Wednesday, September 15| Immigration and Settlement (I&S) Working Group Meeting  

Thursday, September 16| Inland Protection (IP) Working Group Meeting

Applications for SPARK opens on Tuesday, August 31st.When: November 2 – 25, 2021

Cost: The training is fully subsidized by CYRRC. Participants must pay a $75 registration fee upon acceptance into the program (This fee may be waived if it poses a barrier).

  • Training on Family Violence – The Today Centre provides free training and education for groups and individuals on family violence. To learn more about the available training opportunities for individuals, groups and organizations on family violence, Click here.
  • Settlement Services in the Bow Valley – Skill Building for Parents: Success in Kindergarten

    When: September 16, 2021 | 6:00 – 8:30pm 

    Where: Online | Zoom 
    What: For all immigrant parents with children starting Kindergarten in September. Learn how to help your child prepare to go to school in Canada, be successful in Kindergarten and Grade 1. And learn how cultural differences can affect a child’s education.
    Register: Click here

  • The Today Centre – Family Violence Across the Lifespan

    When: September 15, 22, 29, and October 6 9:00am – 12:30pm MST
    Where: Online | Zoom
    What: Family Violence Across the Lifespan is a free online training that gives service providers a basic understanding of family violence. This training aims to develop skills to identify, respond and support clients within their organization and community.

    Participants must attend all 4 sessions to receive certificate of completion.

    For more information: Please contact 780-455-6880 or  for more information and to register.

  • Eupraxia Training – Free Professional Development Opportunity about Outcomes-Based Evaluation
    When: French: September 27, 2021 | January 10 2022 | English: September 20, 2021 | November 1, 2021 | January 10, 2022
    Where: Online 
    What: Looking for the Ripple Effect is a self-paced, supported online professional development opportunity for settlement Service Provider Organizations in the Prairie and Northern Territories (PNT). By completing a series of flexible modules in this free professional development opportunity, SPOs can build a better evaluation strategy.
  • Working Stronger Virtual Conference
    When: March 8 – 9, 2022
    Where: Online
    What: The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Alberta Division will host a virtual workplace mental health conference. Working Stronger: Building Strategies – Improving Mental Health is designed to help Alberta’s employers create and maintain mentally healthy workplaces. 
    For more information, click here
  • Protection Skills (Security Guard) Training
    Where: Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association  
    What: 3-week Protection Skills Training available for immigrant women, who are permanent residents with CLB 5-6 and interested in building a professional career in the security industry. Contact Liudmila at or (403) 263-4414, ext. 270. 
  • Pebbles in the Sand
    Where:Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association  
    What: Pebbles in the Sand Program provides English classes for immigrant women who are permanent residents and citizens with foundational learning/literacy levels. Contact Golshid at or (403) 263-4414, ext. 115. For more information: Click here


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