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    ARIDO SOC CEU Day and Annual General Meeting 2015 (up to 3 IDCEC hours (HSW) + 1 non-IDCEC hour)

    The Southern Ontario Chapter of ARIDO will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Burlington, Ontario, at the Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre on Wednesday, May 27. This exciting event will include a report on the past year’s activities and an update on upcoming events.



    AGENDA:

    1 – 1:30 p.m. I Registration



    1:30 – 2:30 p.m. I Seminar #1:  Healthy Indoor Air Quality by Design (1 IDCEC hour HSW) - Basic

    At the end of this program, the participants will understand the impact of indoor air pollution on human health. They will also be able to identify sources of indoor air pollutants and view several case studies of the effects of controlling versus not controlling indoor environmental quality at the design phase of building construction. Moreover, the participants will learn the value of selecting certified low emitting products as a proven method for controlling VOC emissions (volatile organic compounds) that invade the indoor environment.

    Speaker:  Lesley Heys, LEED AP, Ontario Sales Manager, Arborite

    Lesley Heys is a LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) accredited professional. She started in the design industry in 1999 and has been an advocate for sustainable solutions and market transformation since 2009. Lesley is a member of GBCI, CaGBC, A.R.E. (Association for Retail Environments) and an IAQ trainer for the Greenguard Environmental Institute.



    2:45 – 3:45 p.m. I Seminar #2:  What’s Good for People? Moving from Wellness to Well-Being (1 IDCEC hour HSW) - Basic

    Due to looming talent shortages and increased healthcare costs, organizations across the globe are concentrating efforts to ensure the sustainability of their most important asset, their people. Unlike other business assets - buildings, technology, investments - people have a choice about for whom they work, how much they give to their job and how they impact the people around them. In a knowledge economy, the knowledge, skills, creativity and connections of its people are an organization’s primary, and oftentimes only, performing assets.

    Speaker: Lisa MacVicar, Architecture+Design Manager, Knoll North America, Canadian Division

    Lisa is an interior design graduate from The International Academy of Design and Technology in Toronto. She is enjoying her 29th year in the design and office furniture industry where she has gained valued experience serving in a variety of roles. Her expertise includes interior design, sales & marketing, project & facilities management and training. She has worked for Royal Trust (now RBC), 3form, Inscape, Allsteel and three furniture dealers. In her current role with Knoll, she partners with architects and designers across Canada to creatively address their customer's workplace challenges.



    3:45 - 4 p.m. I Break



    4 – 5 p.m. I Seminar #3: Organizational Culture Card Game (Competing Values Framework) (1 IDCEC hour HSW) - Basic

    We believe organizational culture is simply the personality of a company that contributes to a company’s sense of order, continuity and community. As a whole it is the prevailing values, attitudes, beliefs, artifacts, and behaviors. By using the Competing Values Framework Methodology developed by Cameron and Quinn attendees will engage in an activity that defines four culture types, helps determine their own culture and how the knowledge of these culture types can assist in communication and design.

    Presenter: Yoel Berznoger, Architecture + Design Manager, Haworth


    As a graduate of the interior design program at Sheridan College, Yoel’s career began almost 20 years ago. Having practiced design and project management, Yoel brings a depth of understanding to his role as Architecture + Design Manager at Haworth. Yoel’s background and passion for workplace, combined with his knowledge of Haworth product, brings a more consultative approach to come up with more informed applications that make spaces perform above and beyond the typical product solutions


      5– 6 p.m. I Networking and Dinner


    6 – 7 p.m. I AGM, IDC updates & ARIDO updates/regulation information (1 non-IDCEC hour)


     
    Interested in Sponsoring the AGM? Please click here for more details.


    LocationHoliday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre, 3063 S Service Rd., Burlington, ON L7N 3E9 (Map)
    Date & Time

    Wednesday, May 27

    1 - 8 p.m.

    Time in 1432731600
    FeesRegistered Members = $50 for all three or $25/seminar: $0.00
    Intern/Student Members = $30 for all three or $20/seminar: $0.00
    Non-Members = $75 for all three or $50/seminar: $0.00
    RegisterRegistration is now closed
    ContactBarbora Krsiakova
    CEUup to 3 IDCEC hours (HSW) + 1 non-IDCEC hour
    National Industry Partners
    Levey Industries Lutron Samsung Upper Canada Forest Products Caesarstone Canada Shaw Contract
    keilhauer Knoll Architex Benjamin Moore Mohawk Group Milliken
    Hunter Doulgas Midgley Cosentino