CDECC is a non-regulatory NFP council powered by people with a passion for teaching subject matter, business, means/methods in ICI and residential construction and design in Canada. A practitioners' seal distinguishes them as a facilitator or educator who subscribes to a recognized National Code of Practice.
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As construction and design sector professional development continues to evolve in Canada, use of RFP's to develop course syllabus and training are trending upward. This CDECC guide, currently under development assists buyers of CPD services and service providers in attracting qualified practitioners, achieving desired outcomes and setting of performance expectations. The guide will clarify many misunderstood concepts of building a course, building a comprehensive CPD programs and deploying the course or program,
Building a sustainable and effective CPD program takes a lot of work and energy. Many associations or organizations are working at capacity solving challenges for members of their organization. CDECC has undertaken to develop a comprehensive guide to assist both ICI and residential home builder association leaders operating throughout Canada develop a sustainable program for their membership benefit. The guide includes start-up costs, curriculum development, course offering and more.
Whether a practitioner, or seller of education programs and courses, cancellation policies are always a challenge. When is sufficient notice of cancellation? Is a 10% cancellation fee reasonable for all the administrative burden? If no policy, then what? Should practitioners reasonably charge cancellation fees, at what point? These are all questions that arise and can be answered through policy that is endorsed by the CDECC. As a practitioner or affiliate, this guide complete with templates is yours - complimentary.
The NTS was developed in 2012 by the Construction Sector Council, now BuildForce in Canada. CDECC will be reviewing the standard to include current technologies and advancements in teaching and pedagogy
Share your construction and design knowledge with others by becoming a recognized practitioner in Canada. Practitioner Affiliates are recognized by the construction and design industry as leading the design and development of new education, professional development and workforce development programs across Canada.
If you are in the business of educating the construction and design workforce, you already know the value of finding great facilitators, trainers and educators. CDECC can assist in so many ways. Click below to learn about how we can assist you build outstanding educational programs.
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