Welcome to Manitoba`s only website dedicated to educational assistants in Manitoba.
We have been a little absent over the last couple of years, but we are still representing EAs in a number of ways.
We still continue to participate in the Red River College EA Certificate Program. We watch for appropriate PD opportunities and answer questions EAs and other interested individuals and groups.
Pat Lloyd- President
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For Your Information: There are still many spots available for diverse training opportunities at the Independent Living Resource Centre (ILRC) this winter. Mental Health First Aid, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, Emergency Fist Aid CPR/AED and Disability Awareness Resource Training provide vital skills and theory consistent with modern workplace health and safety standards.
Upcoming dates include:
Mental Health First Aid (2 day): Feb 18-19, Mar 3-4 and Mar 10-11
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention: Jan 19/29, Feb 4/8/25/29, Mar 14/29
Emergency First Aid: Jan 27, Feb 5/22 and Mar 7/24/31
*Classes fill up quickly so register asap!
IL Consultant – D.A.R.T.
Independent Living Resource Centre
311A - 393 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3H6
(204) 947-0194 ext. 315
I am a member of the Tourette Canada Winnipeg Chapter and we are hosting an information session on “Tourette Syndrome” March 5, 2016 at Canad Inns Polo Park.
If possible, can you share this information with your members please? Here are the details:
Date: March 5, 2016
Location: Canad Inns Destination Centre - Polo Park
Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Cost: $20 Registration due February 26, 2016
Includes Mid-Afternoon Refreshment Break
Please find attached the poster.
Thank you for your time and your consideration. I look forward to your reply.
Tourette Canada – Winnipeg Chapter
We are currently not taking any members. We are looking for EAs to help run the organization. If you are interesting in helping out, please let us know.
Look for Inclusion Education, Educational Assistant Training and
or the week of February 20- 24, 2012, CBC presented a series on Inclusion with a variety of guests.
At long last, the Provincial document has been released.
The document provides a clear description of the roles and duties of educational assistants. It's been a long time in the making. EAMB is proud to be a part of the process.
Our new Code of Professional Conduct. This document is intended to promote respect in our workplaces. Respectful behaviour is to be practiced in order to receive it. We offer Building Respect In Schools, which discusses respect for our colleagues, including teachers and other EAs, students and for ourselves. Harassment is not acceptable but what does it look like and how can we stop it? It's not just for kids! Email is today for more information.