Call for Webinar Proposals
SLCan is pleased to launch the annual Call for Proposals for their Webinar Series. Webinars are held monthly and are free to attend for members. The deadline to submit your proposal is December 6, 2019.
Call for Proposals
Sustainable Labs Canada’s monthly Webinar Series provides a forum for the sustainable laboratory community to learn about technical, scientific and organizational innovations, and best practices for the design, management and supply of laboratory facilities.
The webinars are held on second Wednesday of the month.
35-45 minute presentation with around 15 minutes for questions.
Presenters will be introduced by a SLCan host and then the talk will be turned over to the presenter. Presentations will be recorded at the time of presentation for use by SLCan.
Presentations must be submitted one month prior to the webinar for review. All presentations will be reviewed to ensure content quality, length and compliance with the SLCan Commercialism Policy. Download the presentation template here.
SLCan ‘s membership comprises of S&T design professionals including architects, structural engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical Engineers, lab equipment vendors, lab contractors, lab owner / operators, institutional client representatives, S&T enthusiasts.
Please download and complete the webinar form and recording waiver and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 6, 2019. All paperwork must be completed for the submission to be considered. Please also download and review the SLCan Commercialism Policy to ensure compliance.
All submitted proposals will be forwarded to the SLCan Professional Development Committee (PDC) for review. If selected, presenters will receive confirmation with presentation date via email.
Proposal Submission Deadline: December 6, 2019.
Renew/join to ensure that you receive notices about upcoming sessions.
SLCan Webinar Series
To inform, influence or illuminate a topic with direct relation to laboratory facilities and sustainability. To help better understand the choices that are available, increase energy performance and sustainability and to produce better critical spaces.
30-45 min presentation, 15 min questions
Topics Types Target Audience
Lab Learnings Owners
Technical Engineer, Arch, Knowledgeable Owners
Case Study Owners, Arch & Engineers
Structured/Core Learning Credit Recognition
Attending SLCan's webinars qualify you for 1 hour of Structured/Core Learning Credits with all Canadian provincial architectural associations.