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1 1 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND CONFERENCE, 2010 Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists

2 2 OACETT Six Strategic Priorities  Succession Planning  Compliance and Standards  E-Association  Government Relations  Professional Development  Corporate / Employer / College Outreach

3 3 Governance Review / By-Law 19  Modernize our Governance Model  Harmonize the Model with the Method  Empower Volunteers to Act / Perform  Succession Planning and Advancement

4 4 Partnerships  PEO – Implementation of L.E.T.  OAA / OAAAS – Licensed Technologist OAA  CEO  OGRA  MEA  CSA  Skills Canada

5 5 CCTT  Withdrawal effective October 2010  Business decision to leave  85 per cent of technicians and technologists not being served by CCTT  BC, AB, SASK, ON partnering in TPC  Great effort over the next 12 to 18 months

6 6 Good Management = Strong Performance  PASB  IETO  Finance and Administration  Council  Staff

7 7 Looking Forward 2010 – 2011  Ramping up Government Relations  Improving Professional Development Opportunities  Advancing Corporate / Employer / College Outreach…and Beyond  Re-examine Professional Liability Insurance  Examine Mandatory Professional Development  Right-to-Practice Legislation

8 8 Executive Director Chief Administrative Officer Manager of Board Affairs Administrative Coordinator Manager of Financial Services Assistant Accountant Finance Assistant Manager, Web & Information Systems Coordinator, Web & Information Systems OACETT & CTEN Website Administrator Receptionist Executive Assistant Finance and Administration

9 9 Performance,  Strong Financial Status  Retention / On-Boarding  IT Improvements  Business Continuity Planning

10 10 Going Forward, 2010 and beyond  On-Boarding / Retention  IT Management  Government Relations

11 11 As chair of the Human Resources Committee:  Conducted an independent study of our compensation package for staff  Supported management’s effort to promote professional development, family friendly practices, office environment and health and wellness initiatives and succession planning

12 12 As chair of the Nominating Committee:  Ensured our government and stakeholder committees have a cross section of members  Work towards ensuring a full slate of candidates for the upcoming bi-annual election

13 13 As the CCTT Director:  It has been challenging to work within a Federation that in recent years has created division rather than unity  Our members’ interest in Ontario are secure and we look to create a new national partnership

14 14 As a member of OACETT:  It’s been a labour of love these past years serving the membership at many levels  Thank you for the privilege of working with and serving you all

15 15 PASB 2009 – 2010 PLAN  Re-write both the PASB and Chapter Rules  Six Strategic Priorities  Women in Technology Committee  Maintain Core Activities

16 16 PASB 2010 – 2011 Moving Forward  Implementation of PASB/Chapter Rules  Women in Technology Business Plan to be completed  Continue with outreach and other core activities

17 17 IETO Accomplishments  Completed first audit with the office of the Fairness Commissioner ̶ OACETT treated the same as the 38 regulated professions ̶ Audit results were very positive  Rationalization of titles completed, reducing number of associate categories and aligning titles with college program accreditation requirements  IETO rules completed, maintenance required annually  940 members certified in 2009 – highest ever!  8 college programs accredited, bringing Ontario’s total to 50 active – the most in Canada!  Technician to Technologist pilot bridging program with RCC

18 18 IETO Next Steps  Provide online assessment tool for foreign trained applicants  Utilize NTBs for certification  Provide PPE Seminar online  Finalize PLAR process  Continue to support colleges through accreditations (13) and partnerships (Imbed PPE course and Exam)  Offer one-off seminars and exams


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