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OAPSO ATTENDS OBOA TRADE SHOW IN OTTAWA PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kimberly Bimm   
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 11:20

Hosted by the OBOA's Golden Triangle Chapter and the City of Ottawa, the Ontario Building Officials Association (OBOA) held its 60th Annual Meeting and Training Session (AMTS) October 2 - 5. This event was held at the Shaw Centre, Ottawa, Ontario.

About the OBOA

The OBOA was established in 1956 and for 60 years has played a leading role in the education, training and professional development of Ontario’s municipal building officials.  On behalf of municipalities our 2000 members administer provincial laws and municipal by-laws relating to the construction of all types of buildings and structures. The Ontario Building Code Act states that the Code exists "to establish standards for public health and safety, fire protection, structural sufficiency [i.e., safety], conservation, including, without limitation, energy and water conservation, and environmental integrity, [i.e., sustainability] and to establish barrier-free requirements, [i.e., accessibility] with respect to buildings."

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Three of our OAPSO executive members registered as exhibitors and attended the event to further promote the Association. Thank you to Grace, Derek and Shelly who attended the three day event.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 November 2016 11:23 )
 
 
FALL 2016 EDITION: "THE PROPERTY STANDARD" PDF Print E-mail

Your Newsletter for all things Property Standards

This Edition Includes:

 

  • President's Message
  • Ministry News
  • Legislation News
  • New Animal Services Officers Pgm
  • 2016 ATS Re-cap
  • Regional Conference Info & Registration Form
  • 2017 ATS Application Form
  • Q & A

 

 

To view previous copies please click on the newsletter tab in the side bar.

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NEW EDUCATION PROGRAM! BEGINS MAY 2017 PDF Print E-mail

The Animal Services Officer Program

May 28 to June 3, 2017

(Seperate but alongside OAPSO's Training Conference)
Location:  Algonquin College, Ottawa Ont.

Trevor De Cristofaro, Jason Litoborski and Pando Stepanis have developed the first of its kind Animal Services Officer Program in Ontario.

With over 50 years combined experience, we have developed a first and second level program that will assist agencies currently running their own unit as well as those municipalities that want to establish their own service.

Our first level program will be launched in Ottawa of 2017, hosted by; The Ontario Association of Property Standards Officers (OAPSO) and By-The-Law. This collaborative week long training will run alongside OAPSO’s Annual Training Seminar that hosts 175-200 students, allowing you the complete OAPSO experience!

This three course program will consist of Animal Behavior, Animal Law and Animal Sheltering. There is a group project, shelter visit and an exam. A certificate of completion will be awarded to participants who achieve over 75%.



(NOTE: This Program requires a minimum number of attendees)


Full week program $1195.00 payable to: OAPSO

All accomodations, meals and training materials included


For information on the course please go to www.bythelaw.ca.

Limited space available, Application below

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2017 ANNUAL TRAINING SEMINAR AND AGM PDF Print E-mail

Next Years 2017 Conference to be held in our Nation's Capital
May 28th, to June 3rd, 2017
at Algonquin College

Stay tuned for further updates and information!

 
Membership PDF Print E-mail

Note: You must have your membership in good standing in order to vote at AGM!

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF MEMBERSHIP?

With representation from over 225 Ontario municipalities and Government agencies our membership is provided with a diversity of experiences to draw upon. Some additional membership advantages are:

  • Comprehensive training and continuing Education programs
  • Provincially recognized certification
  • First hand access to new legislation
  • Resource networking with other members
  • Quarterly news letter

WHO CAN BECOME MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION?

Membership is available to any individual who is 18 years of age and who makes an application in accordance with the By-Laws of the Association.

Please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with any changes

Application Below

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