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Quarterly Chapter Meeting (Updated Start Time - 12:30p.m.)

  • Thursday, December 13, 2018
  • 12:30 PM
  • Hillsboro Community Center 50 Hillsboro Technology Drive Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

Registration

  • Guests or former/potential members
  • Sponsors who have paid a sponsorship value that entitles them to a limited number of free attendees.
  • Full-time undergraduate or graduate students and student interns working for an agency of a paid member

Registration is closed

PLEASE NOTE UPDATED MEETING TIME: 12:30 P.M. (LUNCH INCLUDED - BBQ "COMFORT FOOD")

 

Subject: Taking Care of Ourselves and Others

Presentation 1 - Best Practice Peer Counseling Program and culture change for the Fire Rescue Profession

Presented by: Peer Counseling leaders from the City of Coral Springs and Parkland Fire Department 

Panel Discussion - Peer counselors, Fire Leadership, NSU faculty and Chaplain from the City of Coral Springs 

 

Presentation 2 - Mental Health First Aid (join the movement and improve mental health support of your employees) 

Presented by Joelle Cantor, Wellness Leader from the Gehring Group 

See link for more details:

https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

 

Presentation 3: Legislative Update - "What's Going on in Washington?"

Presented by Neil Reichenberg, IPMA-HR Executive Director

 

Social Event to follow at JB's on the Beach in Deerfield (see separate event announcement; separate RSVP required) 

 

IMPORTANT Event Policy:  Registrations are per individual and are not transferable.  Refunds will only be issued for cancellations requested with a minimum of 5 days of notice prior to event start time.

Affiliation with IPMA-HR
The South Florida Chapter of IPMA-HR is an affiliate of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR), a nonprofit and educational organization, committed to the advancement of the public sector by providing HR professionals with key educational and training opportunities, valuable resources and assessments products, and effective advocacy at every level of government.  IPMA-HR represents more than 9,000 individuals and 1,100 agencies at the local, state and federal levels of government worldwide.  IPMA-HR is comprised of four U.S. regions and more than 42 affiliate chapters that operate independently and provide members with professional resources and events and career advancement opportunities.

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