Welcome to the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) Fraser Valley Chapter.  Thank you for visiting our website.  If you are an employer or employee looking for information about IAAP, benefits of membership or an application form, select the "About IAAP" tab above.

Why the new Logo? 
At the 2013 Education Forum and Annual Meeting (EFAM) it was announced that IAAP has rebranded as we move into the future - a fresh, bold, exciting new look! This new logo better communicates the centralized nature of our organization; that we are the “go to” association for our profession. The logo, along with the new tag line, encapsulates all that we are: The center of business and the center of a well-functioning office

Check it out for yourself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFm592hZxrk&feature=youtu.be

Members will find a wealth of information in the "Members Only" section.  Members are encouraged to build their profiles in the "Network" tab above.  Log onto www.iaap-hq.org to download the User Guide.  You'll soon be blogging, adding your voice to discussions about IAAP, participating in interesting eGroups, and learning more about your association.  We hope you will take a few minutes to browse the site.  If you have any questions, please contact Caryl Carson, CAP, president.  We look forwarding to hearing from you!

The Fraser Valley Chapter Chartered in December of 2009, since then we are honoured to be designated as a Chapter of Excellence each year since.

                                                

 

    

                 

                                                                                

 

 International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) Fraser Valley Chapter celebrates Administrative Professionals' Day
Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Employers - do you value your administrative talent?  Provide them with a gift that gives back - professional development

You and your administrative staff are invited to an information and education event to learn about IAAP, an organization with over 50 years helping administrative professionals reach their potential.

Check out the Fraser Valley Chapter's website and the IAAP headquarter's site for more information.

Discover the newest in organizational learning framework “Tri-namics”, from guest speaker, Debbie Payne.

 www.dpleadership.com

www.deberna.com

 Come spend time with your colleagues in an interactive session exploring a new self- and peer-coaching tool that provides you with stimulating dialogue, thought-provoking questions, great tools, exercises and self-assessments.

This session is an introduction to Tri-namics and will give you a taste of the possibilities of what the system can do for organizations to change culture, stimulate learning in new ways, build relationships, and develop leaders. You can use the Tri-namics resource at work in a variety of different ways to remind yourself of things you already know, or to learn new approaches.

You will come away with:

  • Three tools you can continue to use and apply.
  • An appreciation for the power of stimulating dialogue
  • An experience of self and peer coaching.

Debbie Payne , MA, RODP, CDA is an experienced leadership, learning, and organizational development consultant with experience as an adult educator, author, project manager, leader and facilitator. 

Debbie is president of DP Leadership Associates, partner in Deberna International, and currently the Acting Manager Learning and Development Services at WorkSafeBC. 

 

 


Please join us in celebration of Administrative Professionals' Day with 
Food (a full buffet dinner), Fun, Fabulous Door Prizes, Networking and a Dynamic Speaker and Presentation.

 Recertification Points for CAP holders: 1.5

Please Note:  Any cancellations received after 12noon on Thursday, April 17th, 2014 will be invoiced.