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WBP Workshop: Compass Conflict Management

We are excited to be able to provide “Compass Conflict Management” – An Introductory course to Effective Conflict Management.

It is a 3-day workshop, and those who complete the hours will receive a certificate of completion.

Good for professional development (will look good on your resume or CV), or for personal development.

Course is FREE! Some donation toward ordering meals will be requested. More information available when you register.

Facilitated by: Kat Purvis-Bellamano (& interpreters) of South Island Dispute Resolution Centre Society.

– Assertive? Passive? Aggressive?
– Communication Blinders
– Tips for Effective Anger Management
– Different Conflict Styles
– Change from Blaming to Influencing

To see colourful flyer with Faciliator’s Bio(background) – see attachment!
Click: wbp conflict-resolution

When:
Friday June 12, 7:00 pm. – 9:30pm.

Saturday June 13 9:30am. – 3:30pm.

Sunday June 14 9:30am. – 3:30pm.

Where: Multi-Purpose Room, Well-Being Program, #300 – 4211 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC.

LIMITED to 15 Participants – REGISTER ASAP to avoid your disappointment!

FOR REGISTRATION, please contact Lisa Anderson, WBP Workshop Coordinator, lisa.anderson@vch.ca

Note: If you want to be added to WBP Workshop Mailing List, e-mail to wbp.workshops@vch.ca

Lisa Anderson, Workshop Coordinator
Deaf, Hard of Hearing & Deaf-Blind Well-Being Program

Teacher D/HH Posting

Please read below sent from SD #35 Langley

Following is the link to an external posting for a full-time Hearing
Resource teacher for Langley. Read more

FNDC Summer 2009 Newsletter

Click: 2009_summer_fndc_nl

Deaf Choir

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It is an Art film, directed by Ian Skedd (hearing).

Who were in the Choir:

Kevin Ettinger
Denise Read
Spring Parks
Alma Blackburn
Steve Niven
Jordan Sangalang
Suzanne Dodd
Julie Lampitt
Jil Thompson
Karen Foot
myself
and a youth.

12 people total. It was filmed last February for two straight days.

The intention of Ian Skedd’s art interpretation is the ‘movement’ without sounds. His desire for people who observe his artwork is to interpret what it means to them and what movements, emotions, facial expressions, the overall art “the Choir” interpret.

It is open to public until June 27 at Western Front at 303 East 8th Avenue, Vancouver. (near Broadway and Main St).

http://front.bc.ca/exhibitions/events/3264 (Western Front link)

Sarah Taylor

31st Annual GVAD Corn Party

31st Annual GVAD CORN PARTY

AUGUST 15TH 2009

11am – 9pm

31ST Annual Corn Party
Hosted by the Greater Vancouver Association for the Deaf

50/50 * RAFFLES * PRIZES * FREE CORN

King George Park
On Cambie Road in Richmond, BC
between No. 5 and Jacombs Roads

Non-Members: $25
GVAD/BCDSF/ WIDHH Members: $15
Family: $25 Seniors/Youth (6-18): $10
Children Under 5 yrs: FREE