Annual Professional Development Day

2018 Professional Development Day

October 30, 2018 
$125 Registration

8:00 am – 4:00 pm 
EVRAZ – Queensbury Convention Centre
1700 Elphinstone Street
Regina, SK S4P 2Z6
Free parking
Meeting Rooms 1, 2 & 3 
Breakfast & lunch provided 
Seating is first come first serve
SALPN Members please register at the registration table – CEP certificates will be emailed the following day


Glenda Tarnowski, MA LPN, Director of Professional Practice, CLPNA

Glenda Tarnowski, Director of Professional Practice at CLPNA achieved a Master of Arts in Leadership with Health specialization in 2017 from Royal Roads University, Victoria B.C. and received the Royal Roads University Founders’ Award of distinction for exemplary leadership. She also achieved the Certified Health Executive designation from the Canadian College of Health Leaders in 2018.

Since completion of the PN program in 1984, Glenda has practiced in a variety of acute care, long term care, clinic settings and specialized perioperative practice at the University of Alberta Hospital and Mazankowski Heart Institute, as an Adult/Pediatric Cardiac Scrub Nurse. Expanding her skills in healthcare administration she moved to the Workers’ Compensation Board in 2008 as a Surgical Coordinator and then to CLPNA in 2014 as Practice Consultant, taking on the portfolio of Director of Professional Practice in early 2018.

"Lead-Self as an Empowered Professional"

Glenda is a strong believer in life-long learning and competence development as key to self-actualization as an empowered professional. Currently Glenda is completing a graduate certificate in Corporate Social Innovation and considers it a privilege to represent a profession that has afforded her tremendous opportunity for professional and personal growth throughout her years of practice.

Patricia Katz, MCE CHRP HoF, Optimus Consulting

In her three decades as a speaker and consultant, Patricia Katz of Optimus Consulting has inspired tens of thousands of people to accomplish what matters most in ways that bring more peace of mind. Pat helps organizations and their leaders generate stronger results while creating a more satisfying work and life experience for all. Clients call on her to help them boost energy, fuel enthusiasm, inspire insight, and rekindle spirit.

She is the bestselling author of six books, who also writes Pause, a popular online newsletter. Pat is a Chartered Professional In Human Resources, who holds a Masters in Continuing Education, & is an inductee of the Canadian Speaking Hall of Fame.

"Tapping into Passion - Where Am I Now & Where To Next?"

What you do (your action) matters. Who you are (your character) matters, too. And, how you show up in the world (inspired or indifferent) matters every bit as much!
This session will help you tap into the value that lives in what you do and who you are now. You’ll also explore what might come next with strategies to rekindle your passion as you move through new chapters of life - at work and beyond.

Agenda Subject to change 

Register Online Starting Aug. 22, 2018                    

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Residence Inn Regina
1506 Pasqua Street, Regina, SK S4T 1Y6
Block: SALPN 
$149 - $159
Booking Link (Ends Oct. 8, 2018): Book Online Now

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