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Art of Hosting Trainings & NCDD Discounts

We’ve previously highlighted the newest round of skill-building retreats from the Art of Hosting Beyond the Basics team, and we wanted to make sure that NCDD members know it’s not too late to sign up for this year’s retreats. The next retreat will be taking place May 15th – 17th in Nova Scotia, followed by another in British Columbia this September 21st – 24th.

We are excited to announce that NCDD has been able to secure a discount for our members at the retreats! Teams of 3 or more NCDD members are eligible for a 15% discount on registration if you sign up as an “NCDD group”.  So if you plan on attending the AoH retreat, we encourage you to let the network know via our Discussion Listserv (find out more and sign up for the listserv here) so that you can connect with others interested in attending.  

We have been hearing very good things about the AoH retreats, and want to hear about the experiences our members have with them, so we also encourage you to consider sharing your reflections on the experience via our Submit-to-Blog form if you do attend an retreat.

For more information, or if you’re ready to register, visit www.aohbtb.com/nova-scotia.html for the Nova Scotia event or www.aohbtb.com/british-columbia.html for the British Columbia event. You can also learn more by checking out the new round of videos that the Art of Hosting team has shared on YouTube to help people get a better sense of the AoH gatherings.

We encourage you to watch the video below as a teaser on the retreats and sign up today!

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Roshan Bliss
An inclusiveness trainer and group process facilitator, Roshan Bliss serves as NCDD's Youth Engagement Coordinator and Blog Curator. Combining his belief that decisions are better when everyone is involved with his passion for empowering young people, his work focuses on increasing the involvement of youth and students in public conversations.

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