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 11/05/2012

The Canadian College of Health Leaders launches its Professional Development Library

OTTAWA, ONTARIO – The Canadian College of Health Leaders (the College) is pleased to announce the launch of its Professional Development Library (the library). The library offers health leaders comprehensive e-learning resources designed to refine their leadership skills.

A joint effort between the College and its chapters, the library provides members and non-members with access to e-learning resources delivered in the form of live and archived webinars, documents and presentations in their original language.

“The goal of the Professional Development Library is to expand the College’s e-learning capabilities and improve access to professional development offerings.  This will also serve to improve knowledge exchange between chapters.” said Ray Racette, CHE, President and Chief Executive Officer of the College. “We appreciate the support of the Chapters who have been extensively involved in working with staff to develop the library so that it will meet the needs of members across the country.”

In addition to e-learning resources, the College’s speaker roster will also be available to users as a resource for event planning. The roster includes speakers who have been recommended by the College and its chapters.

The Professional Development Library is available at http://library.cchl-ccls.ca

About the College



The Canadian College of Health Leaders is a national, member-driven, non-profit association dedicated to ensuring that the country’s health system benefits from capable, competent and effective leadership. With 21 chapters across the country, representing thousands of individual and corporate members, the College offers capabilities-based credentialling, professional development opportunities, and an extensive career network.

http://www.cchl-ccls.ca

Contact

Kathy Ivey
Manager, Marketing and Communications
Canadian College of Health Leaders
613-235-7218 / 1-800-363-9056
kivey@cchl-ccls.ca

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