Thursday, February 23, 2012

Low-Cost Strategies for Long-Term Care Facilities / Stratégies à faible coût pour les établissements de soins de longue durée

(Ce programme n’est pas disponible en français.)

Workshop and Luncheon
The Centre for Environmental Sustainability in Healthcare


Thursday March 8, 2012
9.45 a.m. – 1.30 p.m. // IESO
Breakfast, lunch and resource materials are included.
$50 + HST

Keynote Speaker: John Lucic, National Director of Energy Management, Revera

Additional speakers include the City of Toronto's Toronto Atmospheric Fund, RBC, York Catholic School Board/ Ministry of Education, the Centre for Environmental Sustainability in Healthcare (CESH), Union Gas and the University of Waterloo.
  • Practical help with securing incentives for building retrofits: Requirements and implementation
  • How to build an employee green team: Strategies to save energy with your present resources
  • Information on conservation incentives: Ontario case studies and the value of collaboration within the sector
Presented by CESH: Empowering health service providers, engineers and their chief financial officers to implement energy conservation measures

This workshop is held in tandem with ground breaking conservation research carried out by University of Waterloo with HSPs across Ontario.

Expert advice: The inside story
CESH has secured, for one of its workshop attendees, an intensive session from the head of incentive funding at the Ministry of Education/York District Board.  Each workshop attendee will be entered into a draw to receive a complimentary working session and full status report dedicated to securing incentive grants for your energy conservation projects. See what grant monies you could secure for your building at no cost.

Register for the workshop now to enter the draw!

Every attendee will be placed in a draw to win a Kobo e-book reader. There is a 1/30 chance of winning! There is also a 1/4 chance of winning a Tim Horton's gift card.

MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION (MOC)
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1 Category II credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.

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