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  • Learn about the Human Rights Implications of Police Records Checks.

    If you request police records checks from volunteers you need to know about the human rights implications, the impact of new changes to the police records checks legislation and how the Bona Fide Occupational Requirement impacts your requests. Join us in an insightful workshop that helps you understand how to manage the actual requirement and the costs of Police Record Checks.


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    September 26, 2018

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    Registration: 8:45 am to 9:15 am 

    Session: 9 am to 12 pm

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    Light refreshments will be provided


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    In-Class Workshop

    Community Door 

    7700 Hurontario Street, Unit 601, Brampton, 

    ON L6Y 4M3 

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    • Program Details and Registration

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      In this workshop, we will explore;
      • The implications of Police Records Checks on the Ontario Human Rights Code
      • Your organizational obligations when requesting police checks
      • The processes in place to ensure everything goes smoothly for you and the volunteer
      • Learn about the former Bill 113 and its impact on police checks effective November 1st, 2018
      • Volunteer Engagement Professionals and anyone who coordinates volunteers
      • Program/Project/Event Managers
      • Staff of not-for-profits working with volunteers
      • Executive Directors/Heads of Not-for-profit Organizations
       


      Sammy Feilchenfeld profile Photo

      Sammy Feilchenfeld 

      Presenting: Implications of Police Records Checks on OHRC

      Sammy is the Training Specialist at Volunteer Toronto. Working with volunteer managers and coordinators from Toronto's voluntary sector, Sammy develops and delivers in-person, on-demand and online training on a variety of volunteer management topics and trends. Sammy is Volunteer Toronto’s subject matter expert on legislation, policies and diversity in volunteer programs.


      Melissa Horowitz 

      Presenting: Peel Regional Police Specifications

      Melissa Horowitz is the Coordinator at the Peel Regional Police - Records Searches Unit. Melissa will facilitate a discussion on Police Records Checks for volunteers who are residents of Peel. 



      Member Rate: C$35.00 | Non-member Rate: C$55.00