Events for July 7 – May 25 › Programs › – Digital Nova Scotia – Leading Digital Industry

techNL Annual General Meeting

Online

Join us as we celebrate a year of incredible energy, growth and momentum in the tech sector. techNL is hosting it’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday, May 26th from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM at the Emera Innovation Exchange. We will be showcasing highlights from the fiscal year January 01 2021 – December 31, 2021. Voting is being done entirely online and ahead of time. 3:00 – 3:30 – Open to Members ONLY 3:30 – 4:00 – Highlights from 2021, Stakeholders welcome to join 4:00 – 5:00 – Meet our new CEO Florian Villaumé + Networking Social with light hors d’oeuvres to close out the afternoon. Be sure to register using Eventbrite. Registrants will receive an email with their ticket and instructions in the days leading up to the AGM.

Open Dialogue Live: The Space Race of the 21st Century

Dalhousie SUB 6136 University Avenue, Halifax, Nova Scotia

We’re entering a new wave of the space race. Join us for a conversation with our special guests: Canadian Space Agency’s Tony Pellerin, Manager, Mechanical Engineering and Technical lead for the Canadian Cubesat Project and Dalhousie alum, Arad Gharagozli (MASc‘22), who launched GALAXIA, a space hardware and software company. The conversation will discuss satellites and nano satellites, the science and research behind them, and the societal impacts of the space race of the 21st century. This event will be presented in person in the McInnes Room, as well as livestreamed via Dalhousie Alumni and Friends Facebook Live and Dalhousie YouTube. All attendees will have an opportunity to engage during the Q&A portion following the discussion. To attend this informative evening, register HERE

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Online Computer Training: Google Docs (June 1-8)

Online

Level: Beginner Number of Sessions: 4 Session Length: 2 hours In this class, you will use Google Docs to learn how to: Create, print, and edit documents such as resumes, cover letters, and reports Use fonts, alignments, and line spacing Share and collaborate documents Change the page layout including margins, orientation, paper size, and columns Create page breaks Add images, page numbers, bullets, and tables Add special characters Create forms Add page headers and footers   For more information, and to register, please contact: Hosam Al-Sheikh Ali | 902-406-4317 | halsheikhali@isans.ca

Online Business Development Training: Start a Successful Small Business in Canada

Online

ISANS and RBC are pleased to facilitate this important training session for current or aspiring business owners. In this two-part training session, you’ll hear from George Gerges, financial Advisor at RBC, who will teach you everything you need to know to start and grow your business in Canada. Our goal is to help you and help our community to prosper! In Part 1, “Starting and Planning your Business,” you will learn about: Making sure your business idea will fly Finding the money to start and control of your cash All the legal stuff you need to know Help & Advice In Part 2, “Financing and Growing your Business,” you will learn about: How Financing can help your business Short term and long term financing Reasons to grow and focusing on customers Diversifying, funding, resources and help To attend this session, you must: Be an ISANS business client Have a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level of 5+ Attend both training dates – Part 1 on May 25 and Part 2 on June 1 For more information, and to register, please contact: Suhel Shaikh | 902-406-7793 | business@isans.ca

Accelerating Accessibility for Businesses

Online

The workforce underrepresentation of people with disabilities is well documented. At the same time, labour and skills shortages continue to be a challenge for employers in Nova Scotia, particularly as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. For employers, adopting a mindset that forefronts equity, inclusion, and belonging in recruitment, retention, engagement, communication, training, and everyday workplace practices is key to building a bridge between a skilled and valuable labour pool and proven gaps in the labour market. This means moving beyond the built environment to include different ways of recruiting, communicating with, training, and engaging employees. Join Sea Change CoLab for a free virtual workshop to: Define disability, accessibility, inclusion, and belonging, and identify how these concepts apply in your workplace. Explore Nova Scotia’s Accessibility Act and its impact on workplaces. Identify barriers to accessibility through first voice case studies and scenarios. Integrate the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as one framework for accessibility that removes barriers. Develop strategies for creating an accessible and inclusive workplace and culture. Come to this session and leave with a toolkit of resources to accelerate accessibility in your workplace!

Tribe Network Huddle with MindFrame Connect: Principles of Mentorship

Online

Want to improve your mentor skills? Join Tribe Network and MindFrame Connect on June 2, 2022, at 11:00 am AST for a virtual workshop focused on the core skills required to effectively manage a mentorship relationship. About the Workshop The MindFrame Connect team and Tribe’s Sally Ng will take participants through the key principles of being a mentor with practical frameworks and real-life examples on how to make the relationship more effective. Please note: The Zoom link will be emailed to you before the event. About MindFrame Connect MindFrame Connect is a not-for-profit created in partnership by Dalhousie University, Toronto Metropolitan University, I-INC, Globalive, and Davis Pier. Funded through FSC, MindFrame Connect shares lessons from leading experts, entrepreneurs, and mentors in workshops, how-to videos, masterclasses, literature pieces, podcasts, and learning aids. All content is designed to provide practical learnings on two streams of programming – improving the craft of mentorship and creating more resilient, high-performing entrepreneurs. MindFrame Connect works with accelerators, hubs, and academic institutions to provide training complementary to their current program offerings and catered to the needs of their entrepreneurs and mentors. All offerings are vetted by a team of entrepreneurs, mentors, and academics and offered at no […]

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Online Computer Training: Google Docs (June 1-8)

Online

Level: Beginner Number of Sessions: 4 Session Length: 2 hours In this class, you will use Google Docs to learn how to: Create, print, and edit documents such as resumes, cover letters, and reports Use fonts, alignments, and line spacing Share and collaborate documents Change the page layout including margins, orientation, paper size, and columns Create page breaks Add images, page numbers, bullets, and tables Add special characters Create forms Add page headers and footers   For more information, and to register, please contact: Hosam Al-Sheikh Ali | 902-406-4317 | halsheikhali@isans.ca

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FITTskills International Market Entry Strategies

Online

Nova Scotia Business Inc., in partnership with the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, is pleased to offer FITTskills International Market Entry Strategies.   This course will run 4 days: Monday, June 6, 2022 - 9 am – 12:30 pm Friday, June 10, 2022 - 9 am – 12:30 pm Monday, June 13, 2022 - 9 am – 12:30 pm Friday, June 17, 2022 – 9 am – 12:30 pm   Ensure your success in new markets by conducting proper research, selecting the most effective entry strategy and implementing it efficiently. The International Market Entry Strategies course examines what individuals in organizations need to know and do to ensure the success of new international ventures. You will learn how to research market entry options, analyze them, and then select the most effective strategy for your needs. With this knowledge in hand, you will also discover how to implement and manage your new market entry strategy and build a successful future in your new market. For more information, please contact: Yuliya Demish ydemish@nsbi.ca 902.221.5138 DOWNLOAD FULL COURSE OUTLINE

Recurring

Online Computer Training: Google Docs (June 1-8)

Online

Level: Beginner Number of Sessions: 4 Session Length: 2 hours In this class, you will use Google Docs to learn how to: Create, print, and edit documents such as resumes, cover letters, and reports Use fonts, alignments, and line spacing Share and collaborate documents Change the page layout including margins, orientation, paper size, and columns Create page breaks Add images, page numbers, bullets, and tables Add special characters Create forms Add page headers and footers   For more information, and to register, please contact: Hosam Al-Sheikh Ali | 902-406-4317 | halsheikhali@isans.ca

Technologies For Inclusive Employment, EducatIon, and Life

Online

The workforce underrepresentation of people with disabilities is well documented.At the same time, labour and skills shortages continue to be a challenge for employers in Nova Scotia, particularly as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. Distinctability provides sustainable solutions for organizations in employment, education, health and social care that create environments to leverage the skills and capabilities of people with disabilities and mental health support needs. In this session you will learn how you can start addressing labour shortages through supportive technology. Join us on June 8th to explore strategies for inclusive employment and workforce development through people-focused assistive technology solutions and resources.

Workshop: How Do Your Security Decisions Impact Your Enterprise Sales Deal?

Online

Join Volta + Software Secured on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at 12:00pm ADT for How Do Your Security Decisions Impact Your Enterprise Sales Deal About this event When: Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 2022 from 12:00pm - 1:00pm AST Where: Virtual via Zoom ( log in details will be included in your Eventbrite confirmation email) Description: Enterprise customers are demanding more security requirements from their vendors than ever before. When digital demand skyrocketed with the onset of the pandemic, the risk of serious cyberattacks soared as hackers infiltrated more large-sized company networks through targeting clients or partners. As you can imagine, your security decisions now have huge implications on the likelihood of closing enterprise deals. Join us for a discussion on what enterprises look for when vetting possible tech vendors and the best practices to start implementing so that you stand out against your competition. We’ll also introduce you to vendor security questionnaires: the tool that most enterprises use to weed out their most secure tech vendors from the most risky.