Each year, the CAUCE National Conference brings together continuing education professionals, researchers, faculty members and adult learners from across Canada, the US and UK. The conference themes are imaginative and relevant, and presenters share their inspiring and innovative work that is sure to inspire you. We celebrate and recognize innovation and excellence for both marketing materials and program development through our program and marketing awards, and we recognize our members contribution to scholarly research and celebrate and we honor our members who make a sustained contribution to continuing education in Canada.
You will undoubtedly value the good balance of professional development, concurrent sessions, social events and, of course, networking opportunities offered each year.
Please mark your calendar and we hope to see you there!
Currents of Change: Learners, Communities, Programs, Educators
|The Future of Work and Learning – Opportunities for Continuing Education||Gary Hepburn|
The 2016 annual conference will be held jointly with the CAUCE annual conference in Waterloo ON.
The Ontario Council for University Lifelong Learning (OCULL) will hold their Fall Retreat and AGM in Cambridge ON, October 22, 23, 2015.
The Atlantic Provinces Association for Continuing University Education (APACUE).
Western Deans and Directors
An informal group of CAUCE member. Hosted by University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University, the Western Deans will be meeting September 27, 28, 2015 in Vancouver BC.
The Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) is one of our US based sister associations. Their annual conference will be held October 17-19, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisana.
The University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) is also one of our US based sister associations. Their annual conference will be held April 7 – 9, 2016 in San Diego California.
The Universities Association for Lifelong Learning (UALL) is our UK sister organization and supports policy and practice across the UK higher education sector in part-time/flexible provision, employer engagement/work based learning, and community engagement. Their annual conference is March 16-18, 2016, Rewley House, University of Oxford.