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Admission is free and complementary refreshments and lunch will be provided. Parking and reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed.

RSVP:  or call: 613.237.8551 ext. 151 to attend the workshop.

Do You Have at Least Two (2) Years of Working Experience in HI/HIM and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Canada? Are you a Manager or HR professional responsible for these occupations?

ICTC invites you to translate your professional expertise to help:

  • Shape how Canada defines eHealth occupations.
  • Provide insights into the nature of tasks that you perform.
    • Ensure competency profiles meet eHealth industry needs.
  • Demonstrate your commitment to professional development and life-long learning.

Spring 2011 - Competency Profile Development Workshop

  • VICTORIA- April 5-6, 2011
  • VANCOUVER- April 7-8, 2011
  • EDMONTON- April 12-13, 2011
  • CALGARY- April 14-15, 2011
  • HALIFAX- April 19-20, 2011
  • TORONTO- April 27-28, 2011
  • REGINA- May 3-4, 2011
  • WINNIPEG- May 5-6, 2011


Day 1

Time:               8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Occupations:    C-Suite Level (chief information, technology, medical information, and knowledge officers)

Change/Transition Management

Clinical/Medical Informatician

Decision Support

Application Implementation and Support

Architecture and Development

Day 2

Time:               8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Occupations:    Health Information Management

Health Systems Integration and Deployment

Privacy Officer/Specialist/Consultant

Standards Officer/Specialist/Consultant

Business Analyst

Project Management

Workshop Info

Each workshop will begin with a presentation of the project objectives and an orientation session on ICT Competency Profiles. Under the guidance of the workshop facilitators, participants will work in small groups, reflect on and write competency profiles with the input of like minded people working in the industry. Participants can bring their own laptop.



In 2009, ICTC conducted a research studywith a collaborative effort involving COACH, CHIMA, ITAC Health and Canada Health Infoway. The findings of this study determined that Canada will experience both a labour and skills shortage of eHealth workers over the next five years (2009 to 2014), and identified the need for a national initiative that will monitor the implications of electronic health information systems on human resources. Based on the findings of the research, ICTC conceptualized – eHealth Competency Profiles, to enable the eHealth industry to find solutions for their potential challenges with human resources.


To sign up for more information, please contact:|SME Online Registration


About ICTC
The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) is a not-for-profit sector council that strives to create a diverse, prepared and highly educated Canadian ICT industry and workforce. We forge partnerships that will help develop the quantity and quality of ICT professionals needed to maintain and improve Canada’s position as a leader in the global marketplace. ICTC is a catalyst for change, pushing for innovations that will provide standards, labour market intelligence, career pathways and immigration initiatives for Canadian ICT industry, educators and governments.

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