MFNERC Virtual Clinical Services Regional

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MFNERC Virtual Clinical Services Regional

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Registration is CLOSED

Date: 3 days. February 23-25, 2021. 9 am – 4pm.

Location: Virtual Conference 

Audience: Educational assistants and therapy assistants, classroom teachers & parents

The Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre is holding a Virtual Clinical Services Regional on February 23-25, 2021.

This gathering will provide the educational assistants, therapy assistants, classroom teachers and parents from the community with the opportunity to receive information on the services we provide within the MFNERC Special Education Clinical Services Department. Strategies will be provided and practiced within each discipline.  

Stream 1: Educational assistants and therapy assistants 

Educational assistants and therapy assistants  stream, the plan is to meet as a whole group on the first day. Presentations to include School Psychology services, URIS nurse services and hearing screening training.  

For February 24th and 25th, we will be breaking into 4 groups:  

Group 1: Speech Language Pathology/Literacy Coach sessions will focus on speech, vocabulary, grammar, and/or reading programming.  

Group 2: Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy sessions will focus on programming that encourages motor skills, classroom participation and sensory based activities.   

Group 3: Student Support Facilitator sessions will focus on mental health wellness.  

Group 4: Deaf and Hard of Hearing sessions will be providing sign language training.  

Stream 2 & 3: Classroom teachers and parents

These streams will include 3 days of presentations each from a variety of disciplines. 



Questions about attending a Virtual Regional?


  • How do I access my sessions once I’m registered?

    You’ll receive an email after the registration date closes that will give you a username and password to login. Keep your password and username handy. You ‘ll be asked to change your password after the first time you login. After you’re in, you will be able to find your sessions from within our event site.

  • How do I login?

    After you are registered, you will receive an email from with your username and password.

    Go to

    and enter your user name and password. You will be asked to change your password the first time you login.



  • How do I find the Conference?

    Go to

    Our conference is being hosted by Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate.

  • I don’t have an internet connection. Can I call in and hear the session on my phone?
  • Will the sessions be recorded, and can I view them afterwards?

    All sessions will be recorded and stored in the event site. By logging back into the event, you  have access to watch or download the session recordings for one month after the event is over. 

  • What if I can’t hear audio?
  • Will I need to participate or be on video?

    That depends on your session’s facilitator. They may encourage discussion or participation. If you have participated in a Zoom, Teams, or Google meeting before, you can expect a similar experience.  

  • Can I attend virtually with a group of people?

    Sure! We understand the internet connections and access to computers can be tricky at times. Groups of people are welcome to watch sessions together through a single attendee account. We just ask that all members of the group register, so that we know how many people are participating. Also, registering yourself means you can access recordings and downloads even after the event is over. 

  • What if my community has satellite or low bandwidth internet?

    We’re aware of the connectivity challenges that can cause issues for you. We are using a session meeting tool that’s been used in our Wapaskwa Virtual Collegiate to reliably deliver courses and meetings to low bandwidth communities.  

    Even still, if poor connection issues interrupt your session, we are providing access to  downloadable recordings of all sessions. By registering, you have access to downloads even after  the event is over. 

  • What is Brightspace?

    Brightspace is a learning management system (LMS) used to create, host and deliver online courses. It can also be used to host online virtual conferences using connected technologies to host meetings, share content and centralize the communications needed to host successful online events. 

  • Is there an app I can download for my phone?

    • Yes, download Brightspace Pulse. Once installed the app will ask you to search for your learning provider. Enter “WAPASKWA” in the search field.
    • Apple Pulse QR code: hold camera phone over QR code to download app:

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    • Android Pulse QR code: hold camera phone over QR code to download app:

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  • Can I use my mobile device to attend?

    Yes, you can use your mobile device to access the virtual sessions. You can download the Brightspace Pulse app to connect to all sessions. 

  • What kind of equipment to do I need?

    To get the best experience, you will need a laptop or desktop computer, a reliable internet connection and headphones with optional microphone. 

  • Why do I need an email address to register?

    When you register with your own email address, you’ll be able to access video recordings of the sessions you’ve attended and download extra handout materials like PowerPoints. You’ll have access to this material for up to a month after the event has ended 

  • Will I get a calendar reminder or meeting invitation?

    No, this conference is hosted on a website. All sessions are open to attend without an invitation. If you are registered and logged in, you can explore the sessions and access them through the meeting room lobby.