UPDATE: This conference qualifies for Continuing Professional Development credits towards your PACC Professional Certification, for more information goto www.pacc-ccap.ca.
Are you a member based organization, whose member's organizations might be subject to Manitoba's Public Sector Access and Privacy laws and are looking for ways to help? Are you also looking for ways to increase the value of membership for your members?
Access, Privacy, Security and Information / Records Management challenges are intertwined with almost everything public bodies do. Through a series of plenary, breakout and workshop sessions, delegates will gain a clearer understanding of access to information, privacy, information security, and records management issues that arise in organizations subject to FIPPA and PHIA.
You can be assured that by getting involved you are aligning your organization with an event that is produced with integrity and offers participants unparalleled value. The 2016 Manitoba Connections: Access, Privacy, Security, and Information Management Conference, is part of a series of regionally based conferences, all based on similar themes. They are the only multi-disciplinary, cross-jurisdictional and community based events targeted at the greater public service that are available all across Canada.
Help spread the word, and you can help your members/organizations with the constantly changing and complex business landscape they are faced with.
Qualified Community Partners receive:
- 1 Complimentary Exhibit Space (use of space requires one, paid "Conference Only" registration to the conference)
- Exposure via logo placement, web link and description
- Discount off of currently published registration fees to pass on to your members via a PROMOCODE worth 5%
- Social Media attention via the conference's social media accounts
All we ask is that you let your members know about the event and the potential discount via the channels of communication you already use to communicate with your members.
For more information on how to become a Community Partner please contact Dustin Rivers at 613.226.8317 or send us an email via the "Contact Us" form on this website.