Editors Canada is pleased to announce a new season of webinars for editors, writers, communication professionals and small business owners!
Here's what's in store.
Upcoming Editors Canada webinars
- March 30: 5 Steps for Coping with Burnout (Sagan Morrow) (Free webinar!)
- April 7: Le communiqué de presse : savoir le rédiger pour savoir le réviser (Luc Panneton)
- April 13: Praise & Criticism: Editing Book Reviews (Emily Stewart)
- April 21: How to Set a Realistic Production Schedule (Virginia St-Denis)
- April 28: Taming the Inner Perfectionist: Turning a Potential Enemy into an Ally (Suzy Bills)
- May 4: Be More Visible Online: Intermediate SEO for Editors and their Clients (Julie Kay-Wallace)
- May 12: Using Autocorrects and Text Expanders for Efficient Editing (Karin Horler)
- May 19: Get Into a Long-Term Relationship With Your Clients! (Michelle Waitzman)
- May 29: Anti-Hustle: Marketing Against Greed (Letitia Henville)
- June 23: Editing in Another World (Ellen Michelle)
- June 29: Introduction à la révision linguistique à l'aide de Google Documents (Nancy Semegen)
- July 6, 13, 20 and 27: Accessibility for Editors (Suzanne Schaan)
- August 11: To Be More Efficient and Consistent, Build a Better Checklist (Kelly Schrank)
- August 23, 24, 25 and 26: What Skills and Knowledge Should a Professional Editor Working in Canada Have in 2021? (Berna Ozunal)
Learn more about each webinar and meet our incredible instructors.
Visit training.editors.ca to sign up now. And don't forget, Editors Canada members and student affiliates register at discounted rates.
Catch up on demand: Webinar recordings are available
Did you miss an Editors Canada webinar? Many of our webinars have been recorded and are now available for purchase (and some are even free). When you buy a webinar recording, you'll receive a video file to watch at your leisure on your computer or mobile device. The file is yours to keep, so you can watch it again and again.
Visit our webinar recordings page to see what's available now. We're adding new recordings regularly so be sure to check often.
Dates and webinar topics are subject to change.
This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.