WFYC Webcasts

WFYC Virtual Sessions

World Federation of Youth Clubs hosts an ongoing series of informative and interactive online sessions designed to inform, engage, and inspire action. These interactive experiences provide opportunities for WFYC Affiliate Members to expand their knowledge and improve their organizational operations through direct access to subject-matter experts and experienced youth-development professionals from around the world. WFYC Webcasts leverage our network and collective knowledge to bring forward solutions to some of our member’s most pressing challenges.

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UPCOMING WEBCASTS

WFYC Webcast: Making Health & Safety a Top Priority

Thursday, January 27 | 11:00 AM EST (UTC-5) | Convert to your time zone

The health and safety of youth and staff members is the most important aspect of youth development programs. If we have learned anything from COVID-19, it is that everyone must work together to provide healthy, safe, and clean environments for people to thrive. Join WFYC for an informative session with Sylvia Tremblay, a consultant for CARF International, and President of the Board of Directors of Club de Niños Y Niñas, Baja California Sur. Ms. Tremblay will discuss important health and safety aspects every youth development organization should consider including policies and procedures, best practices, training and education, and much more. Session attendees will leave with ideas and recommendations to use within their own organizations. Click to register for this informative session!

About Our Speaker

Sylvia Tremblay was born in De Hague, Holland and moved to Montreal, Canada with her family where French and English became her second and third languages. She has a bachelor’s degree in Education and a master’s degree in Leadership Training, from Royal Roads University, in Victoria, BC Canada. She has spent the last 30 years in senior management in the social service sector. Her last position, before retiring from full-time work, was in a senior leadership position with the Boys and Girls Club of South Coast, BC, a Club with 12 locations, over 300 staff, and an annual budget of approximately $13M Cdn. She currently works part-time as a consultant for CARF International, preparing and surveying U.S. and Canadian social service organizations, including Boys and Girls Clubs, who are looking to be accredited. Sylvia and her husband are now permanent residents of Mexico and live in Cabo San Lucas, BCS.

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