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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Transforming Training and Presentations into Engaging Events

One of the benefits of CCCE membership is that anyone from your company can attend meetings. Please invite your colleagues.

To accommodate people with allergies to perfume the CCCE asks that attendees arrive scent-free for monthly meetings.

Meeting room access details below. You must register as security requires an attendance list.

Transforming Training and Presentations into Engaging Events

In this hands-on and interactive workshop, benefits of incorporating response technology into training and presentations will be showcased.

Benefits to the Speaker:

  • Create powerful, engaging presentations
  • Conduct recall questions to ensure retention
  • Instantly gauge audience understanding
  • Gather Feedback anonymously or tracked
  • Gather feedback anonymously or tracked
  • Keep crowd energized with competitions

Benefits to the Audience:

  • Create an interactive experience
  • Provide all attendees a voice and ability to respond
  • Display results in real-time
  • Allow attendees to voice opinions freely

Benefits to the Organization:

  • Collect data and demographics
  • Generate detailed, exportable reports
  • Go “green” with paperless surveys
  • Gauge real-time understanding of material
  • Collect critical data for reporting and analysis

Speaker Biography

Jeff Monger has been an integral part of Turning Technologies Canada Inc.’s growth and success over the last 5 years. During his tenure, he has held several key roles within the organization, including technical support and training. Jeff is solution-oriented and most recently, was successful in setting up many learning and development departments for well-known national corporations, Canadian government agencies and non-profit organizations.

Jeff is passionate about how interactive software is changing the way we engage students in and out of the classroom. He’s very excited about how he can help give time back to Canada’s valued educators by setting up secure, digital, high stakes quizzes, mid-terms and final exams. This new age way of measuring enables you to spend more time on what matters most… lesson planning for student success!

Turning Technologies Canada Inc., the exclusive distributor of the full Turning Technologies suite of products and services in Canada, offers leading instructional and assessment delivery and data collection solutions for learning environments.


The Merchandise Building
155 Dalhousie Street, Toronto, M5B 2P7 (or 108 Mutual Street – the building takes up the whole block thus the two entrances)
Rooftop Party Room
Concierge contact (416) 216-0801

Building Access: Two entrances into this historic building – 155 Dalhousie or 108 Mutual Street

CCCE guests gain access into the building via the intercom.  Once the concierge gives access, please proceed along the hall to a pair of elevators. Press “L” for lobby. Proceed to the security desk for check-in then to the service elevator to gain access to the rooftop by pressing “R”, when in the elevator.

Once on rooftop follow sign to party room.


On the street (Dalhousie or Mutual) or in the Metro parking garage or in the parking lot across from 108 Mutual.

By Subway:

Closest subway station is Dundas on Yonge line. From Dundas subway station, walk East on Dundas Street to Dalhousie, one block East of Church. Head North on Dalhousie Street. Main doors approx halfway up the block on the East side.

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Date(s) - 16/09/2015
8:45 am - 11:00 am

Merchandise Building

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