Are you an expert in your field?
Do you lead a session that incorporates current HR knowledge, case studies, examples and best practices?
Do you apply adult learning principles to encourage active conversations within your presentation?
If you answered yes to these questions we encourage you to
submit a Speaker Proposal today!
CPHR Saskatchewan accepts proposals on an ongoing basis from qualified speakers interested in presenting at the Annual CPHR Saskatchewan Conference or at a core development event during the regular membership year.
We invite HR professionals, industry experts, authors, researchers, and learning and development practitioners to share innovative, relevant and practical knowledge with the HR community in Saskatchewan.
- Engage in a collaborative learning experience in which both speakers and
- Network with others in the Saskatchewan HR Community and develop new contacts and business relationships.
- Access a platform for exposure to a wide group of HR practitioners.
- Receive CPHR Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.
- Submit articles for consideration to CPHR Saskatchewan's HR Magazine
*CPHR Saskatchewan requests that speakers donate their time and expertise. While CPHR Saskatchewan does not pay honoraria, the association does pay eligible speaker expenses for confirmed speaking engagements.
*CPHR Saskatchewan has a strict policy that speakers not actively sell their products or services during learning events. Knowledgeable speakers who provide the audience with useable and relevant information will easily pique interest and be asked for further resources.
CONTENT THAT WORKS
Professional development focuses on skill and knowledge building that helps grow the capabilities and impact of HR practitioners in Saskatchewan. Content must be related to the nine functional areas of human resources as outlined in the CPHR Competency Framework referenced in the Speaker Proposal Guideline document below.
SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL
✔ Please review the Speaker Proposal Guideline document in its entirety PRIOR to completing your application - Click Here
A proposal must be completed in its entirety and submitted online. Partially completed submissions will not be considered in the review process.
Speaker Proposals are reviewed regularly by the Professional Development Committee. NOTE: proposals for the Annual Conference will be reviewed before the end of May each year.
Speaker Proposals are considered active for two years from the date of submission.
Speaker Proposals received from Accredited Partners will be given preference. To become an Accredited Partner - Click Here
Only selected Speaker Proposals will be contacted for scheduling.
Click the link below to be directed to the online submission form. Please note there is only one online submission form for both the Annual CPHR Saskatchewan Conference and events for the yearly Learning Calendar. In the submission form you must identify the type(s) of event you are interested in presenting at.
Charmaine Wintermute, B.Comm, MA, CPHR
Learning and Member Relations Manager