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Increasing access to education with satellite training centres

June 16, 2018
We are pleased to announce the opening of a second SafeCare BC Satellite Training Centre at Parksville’s Arrowsmith Lodge.

We are pleased to announce the opening of a second SafeCare BC satellite training centre at Parksville’s Arrowsmith Lodge. The first satellite training centre opened earlier this year at Abbotsford’s Menno Place. These partnership agreements will expand health and safety training capacity and increase access.

“We are very excited to partner with member sites across the province so that more training can be delivered locally,” says Saleema Dhalla, acting CEO of SafeCare BC. “Menno Place and Arrowsmith Lodge have shown great leadership in developing these satellite training centres.

How does it work?

SafeCare BC:

  • Coordinates course materials, registration, certificates, and facilitators (when an in-house facilitator is not available)
  • Provides funding for catering
  • Provides an agreed-upon number of free spots for the host site

Satellite training site:

  • Provide an in-house facilitator (if eligible)
  • Supply the venue
  • Coordinate set up of workshop
  • Coordinate lunch for participants

SafeCare BC is looking to partner with other organizations province-wide to establish satellite training centres.

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