CHRC To Continue Building Bridges Between Cultural Leaders And Educators
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The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) will
continue "Building Bridges" between cultural leaders and
educators/trainers at its national HR Forum in Toronto on September 27 and 28,
The focus of this unique gathering of cultural
leaders, key educators and policy makers from across the country will be
training needs and gaps in the sector. Through presentations on best practices,
thoughtful discourse and provocative discussion, the forum will highlight
examples of industry /education collaboration that respond to immediate
industry needs, examine the importance of professional development and
mentorships, and encourage participants to press for solutions to training
Speaker: Paul Hoffert
As a leader in addressing HR issues in the Canadian
cultural sector for over 15 years, CHRC has played a pivotal role in bringing
partners together to identify the HR needs of employers and cultural workers.
Through its extensive networks in both the cultural and education sectors, CHRC
collaborates with and encourages stakeholders to ensure that emerging cultural
workers acquire the skills and training that industry needs to maintain
Canada's economic advantage.
In a highly competitive global marketplace,
Canadian cultural products are strong contenders, but the key to our continuing
success is that our workforce be on the cutting edge of creation, innovation
and production of cultural content.
Cultural and educational leaders will attend because they recognize the importance of this conversation for the ongoing health of the cultural sector, they can network with colleagues and collaborators, and share their successes and challenges.
CHRC's national HR Forum 2012 offers a unique
opportunity for all that to happen.
For more information on the HR Forum and to register, go to www.culturalhrforum.ca