Ongoing Training Events

Note to PAA Members

A continuing education reciprocity agreement between the PAA, the British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA), the Psychological Society of Saskatchewn (PSS) and Idaho Psychological Association (IPA) has been entered into between our respective associations offering registration to the three associations' respective continuing education programs at the same fees that each of these associations would charge to their own members.


British Columbia Psychological Association (BCPA)

Workshops and other events offered by the BCPA. View...


Psychological Society of Saskatchewan (PSS)

Continuing Education activities from the PSS. View...


Idaho Psychological Association (IPA)

Continuing Education Activities from the IPA. View...




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Scroll down the list to view all the events that are listed (using the scroll bar immediately to the right of the list). 

Ongoing Events:

EPPP Psychology Written Exam Preparation
Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioural Sciences Comprehensive Preparation Materials and Workshops for EPPP


For further information contact: Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioural Sciences at 1-800-472-1931 or website:

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Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary

Continuing Education Programs - This site will have the listings of our programs

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Office of Continuing Medical Education and Professional Development 

Upcoming Courses

The University of Calgary CME Office offers a variety of courses and programs to meet your learning needs. 



If you have any questions regarding our courses, please e-mail us!

For a more comprehensive listing of CME events, please click here.

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Trauma Informed Care Education and Training Project - online module for Non-AHS Service Providers


We are excited to announce that more modules are available in the Trauma Informed Care series.

Module 1: What is Trauma Informed Care?

Module 2: What is Trauma?

Module 3: Disaster Response

Module 4: Loss and Grief after Trauma

Module 5: Trauma in Human Service Workers

Module 6: Emotional Literacy

As we must report back to our funder we ask that you take the time to do the survey at the end of each module even if it is only to let us know your geographic location, the type of work or sector you represent and the name of your organization. 

If you want to let us know about your learning experience we would be very grateful and use the information to do better next time.

The modules can be accessed by staff in Alberta Health Services through MyLearningLink - Search for Trauma Informed care and the complete list will be displayed.


Important Note

For the best learning experience please ensure your browsers and flash player are updated. Some content will not be available if either browser or flash player is out of date.

For outline and further information for anyone outside of Alberta Health Services.

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Sign up for the MHCC’s Free webinars on Recovery-Oriented Practice

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC)
hosts a series of free webinars focused on Recovery-Oriented Practice in French and English.

The MHCC’s webinars on recovery-oriented practice are designed for everyone involved in mental health and addictions services, including people living with mental health and/or substance use issues and their natural supports. Most of all, the webinars are intended for people who can help make the practical, organizational and cultural shifts needed to develop a truly recovery-oriented mental health and addictions system.

Register for the next webinar and/or view previously delivered presentations by visiting the MHCC website


For further details contact:
Samuel Breau
Program Manager, Prevention and Promotion

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The Alberta Health Services Provincial Addiction and Mental Health (AMH) team is excited to announce a new quarterly AMH Lunch & Learn Series for evaluators, researchers, health professionals, decision makers, and others with an interest in AMH-related evidence topics.


A guest speaker will be invited to present their latest findings from a completed evaluation, research or quality improvement project relevant to the field of AMH, and with specific highlight of the implications for practice. The Knowledge Bites Lunch & Learn Series will be hosted quarterly at WSP Place in Edmonton from 12:00-12:40pm. The presentation will also be available live across the province via Skype for Business and by phone. The first event is being planned for late January.


Anyone with an interest in AMH-related topics are encouraged to register for email announcements about the Knowledge Bites Lunch & Learn Series here: Any questions can be directed to Katy Moore at

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JACK HIROSE AND ASSOCIATES INC. provides seminars for mental health and education professionals. Our mission is to offer effective and stimulating training opportunities that respond to the ever changing needs of counsellors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, medical doctors, teachers and mental health professionals. We strive to provide proven training methods that focus on practical interventions and increased skill development. Course instructors are recognized in their respective fields as world class presenters. Our instructors are selected not only for their knowledge, but also for their ability to present course material in an engaging and stimulating manner.


The workshops focus on beginner and advanced training, particularly in solution focused/oriented, cognitive, behavioral, narrative, and emotion-focused therapies. Training sessions are given in specialized areas of interest, e.g. alcohol and drugs, anger and aggression, trauma, anxiety, depression, mindfulness and many other topics. Workshops are given in one, two, three and four day formats. Since 1998, Jack Hirose and Associates has provided training to more than 55,000 mental health professionals in Canada and the United States. Jack Hirose and Associates is an approved continuing education provider with the Canadian Psychological Association.


PAA members save $10 – use “PAA10”


Please visit for the complete listing of our upcoming workshops and conferences.


Please call 1-800-456-5424 or email: for more information about our events.

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