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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Become a member


A company interested in membership may attend 2 meetings as a guest and complete an application when ready to join.

Types of Membership:

Corporate Member $450

Criteria: A corporation or government institution has an active learning and development program to educate/train internal staff.

Vendor Member $450

Criteria: A vendor provides professional development in the form of training and/or services, e.g. business communication, leadership, educational materials, resources and products to organizations.

Independent Vendor Member - $225

Criteria: Same as for a vendor member above; however the company has 3 or fewer employees.

Student $125

Criteria: A student must be enrolled full time in an accredited higher educational institution, such as a university or community college and must not be working full time.

Members are invoiced annually for the period Jan-Dec. The initial membership fee is prorated based on the month in which the membership application is approved and it covers the remainder of the current calendar year. Fees are in Canadian Funds.

CCCE Membership Agreement

  • It is understood that upon payment of the annual fee and upon acceptance by the CCCE Board of Directors, a potential member is entitled to all privileges of membership in the Canadian Community of Corporate Educators (CCCE). The potential member agrees to the responsibilities of membership as stated in the CCCE Bylaws.
  • Membership dues are to be paid annually to the CCCE upon receipt of an invoice.
  • The potential member organization understands that one of the membership responsibilities is regular attendance at monthly business meetings. One or more employees from a member organization may attend monthly meetings. The Member Organization will be contacted if they miss three or more consecutive meetings.
  • An organization’s membership will be reviewed and may be terminated if its representative or alternate has breached what are considered normal professional business ethics.
  • Each member organization is entitled to invite guests to any regular meeting. Please register on the CCCE website www.ccce.on.ca.
  • Members are strongly discouraged from any heavy marketing or recruiting during a meeting.

Meeting Format

  • Meetings are normally held on the third Wednesday of every month with some exceptions..
  • Contact Us to attend a meeting.
  • Meetings typically begin at 8.45 a.m. and end at 11.00 a.m.
  • Meeting agendas include networking, member presentations and industry related presentations.
  • Members are invited to host/sponsor a meeting on their premises. Contact Us to arrange a meeting.
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