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REGISTER NOW! Attend Virtually or In-Person: 2020 First Nations Band Administration Conference

August 10, 2020We are very excited to be hosting our Band Administration Conference as a virtual and in-person hybrid. The conference is taking place September 15-17, 2020 at Spirit Ridge Resort in Osoyoos, BC and will also be broadcast live. In order to maintain the physical distance guidelines safely, we are limiting the amount of in-person delegates. This will be sold on ... Read More

Moving Forward: Indigenous Business and Economic Development Corporations

May 21, 2020Covid-19 Impact Forum: Moving Forward Indigenous Business and Economic Development Corporations We recognize there are challenges and opportunities unique to Indigenous Businesses and Economic Development Corporations. We are hosting a follow-up forum to provide you with some tools and direction as we all move forward during this time. Our panel will provide updates on what funding and support is currently ... Read More

2020 AFOA BC Webinar Training Sessions

May 20, 2020AFOA BC Webinar Training Sessions: Every Tuesday at 10:00am April 21-June 2, 2020 We’ve added a new training session!  Tuesday, June 2, at 10am COVID-19: Return to the workplace: A guide for employers presented by KPMG Each session will be between 1-2 hours and will be eligible for professional development hours for most certifications. Registration for AFOA BC members is FREE! AFOA members outside of BC can ... Read More

COVID-19: SUPPORT OPTIONS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS AND INDIGENOUS BUSINESSES

May 27, 2020COVID-19: SUPPORT OPTIONS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS AND INDIGENOUS BUSINESSES On April 27, 2020 we hosted a forum, COVID-19 Impact: Opportunities and Challenges facing First Nations Economic Development Corporations and Businesses in collaboration with Indigenous Services Canada. Our panel of experts provided information on navigating funding options and things to consider going forward. From this session, we created the Support Options ... Read More

AFOA BC 2020 First Nations Salary Survey

May 22, 2020Find out how your organization stacks up by participating in the AFOA BC First Nations Salary Survey 2020   Your employees are your greatest asset. Ensuring your compensation (pay, benefits, and perks such as paid time off) is fair and competitive is an important part of attracting, supporting and retaining talented employees in the context of your overall HR Plan. The ... Read More
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Upcoming Training Events

Sep
15
Tue
First Nations Band Administration Conference @ Spirit Ridge Resort - Osoyoos, BC
Sep 15 @ 8:00 am – Sep 17 @ 2:00 pm

We are very excited to be hosting our Band Administration Conference as a virtual and in-person hybrid. The conference is taking place September 15-17, 2020 at Spirit Ridge Resort in Osoyoos, BC and will also be broadcast live.
In order to maintain the physical distance guidelines safely, we are limiting the amount of in-person delegates. This will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. We are working closely with the hotel to ensure safety guidelines are being followed and encourage everyone wear a mask and use the sanitizer stations frequently.

As our Pre-Conference Workshop will be interactive with Q&A and written exercises, we will only be offering this in-person at this time.

 

 

 

 

 

REGISTER HERE!

Conference Rates:
In-person Member: $825
In-person Non-Member: $925

Virtual Member: $600
Virtual Non-Member: $700

Conference Schedule

Pre-Confernece Workshop:
September 15th from 1pm-4pm

Conference:
September 16th from 8am – 4pm
September 17th from 8am – 2pm

Please join us on Tuesday, September 15th, 2020 at 5:00pm for our President’s Reception on the Rooftop Terrace at Spirit Ridge Resort
(we encourage masks and ask that everyone maintains 2 metre distance)

AFOA BC Band Administrator Recognition Award for 2020

The Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC is proud to offer the 8th Annual Band Administrator Recognition Award. The purpose of this award is to give recognition to Band Administrators who have displayed excellence and quality in their work with First Nations communities over a period of time.

Band Administrators face difficult challenges in their work and many have worked tirelessly on behalf of their community. It is time that we recognize and honour these leaders in our community.

We will be presenting this award at our annual Band Administration conference to be held at Spirit Ridge Resort in Osoyoos, BC from September 15-17, 2020.

To nominate a band administrator for this award, here are the requirements:

  • 1-2 page letter describing your nominee’s excellence in areas of leadership, management, financial management or HR management. Include many examples and as much detail as possible.
  • Provide your name, the nominees name and contact information, a profile, biography or resume that includes the number of years that the band administrator has been employed with the organization.
  • 1 page letter of support from Chief and Council.

The recipient will be awarded with:

  • Conference fees, travel and accommodation to attend the award event
  • A memorable plaque
  • A $1500 certificate to use towards AFOA BC products, conferences or community based workshops
 Applications are to be submitted to Wendy Ham at wham@afoabc.org.Deadline to apply: 4pm on Fri, August 28, 2020. We look forward to your submission and if you have any questions about this award, contact our office at 604.925.6370 or email Wendy Ham at wham@afoabc.org
Dec
1
Tue
First Nation Financial Mangement & HR Conference @ Vancouver, BC
Dec 1 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
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