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What is a CCV?

A CCV is a one-day or half-day professional development session, in-person or virtual, centred on a theme designed by CASLT or based on the expertise of a selected presenter. A CCV is designed to meet the following goals:

CCV Topics

CCV sessions can address a wide range of subjects of interest to second language teachers. Below are just a few examples of eligible CCV topics:

CCV Presenters

Workshop presenters are selected based on the topic(s) requested by the hosting body and the presenter’s availability. The hosting body may also request a specific presenter, subject to that presenter’s availability and expertise on the workshop topic.

Who Can Request a CCV?

A CCV is offered in partnership with a local organization. Hosting bodies can be a university, a provincial second language association, a school board, or the provincial or territorial department of education, for example.

CASLT works with the hosting body to ensure that the specific program reflects the needs and interests of the participants. The program of the day will be developed with the hosting body.

Registration Fees

In-Person

Full-Day CCV (5–8 hours)

Half-day CCV (3–4 hours) 

Online

Full-Day CCV (5–8 hours)

Half-day CCV (3–4 hours)

* Registration fee includes a 1-year CASLT membership

How do I request a CCV?

Please complete the CASLT Chez-Vous Request Form and return it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at least 6 weeks (30 business days) prior to the intended date of the CCV. CASLT will endeavour to facilitate requests received at shorter notice, but cannot make any guarantees.

 

CASLT staff will endeavour to adhere to the procedures and timelines listed below:

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