Upcoming Education Workshops

  1 November 2022

Our education team has lined up an exciting menu of online and in-person workshops this winter.

From a practical session on protecting your members’ right to privacy to a thought-provoking session on supporting your more senior members, you’ll find our education sessions interactive and informative.


February 2: What Makes a Good Director?

Good directors make a good board. With a focus on the duty of care and the duty of loyalty this basic primer focuses on how each individual director ensures the board’s success.

February 9: Board Woes: Spotting and Fixing Dysfunction

Explore some of the symptoms of an under-performing board and provide practical actions to help improve your board’s performance.

February 16: PIPA: A Privacy Primer for Housing Co-ops

Find out how to protect your members’ right to privacy without compromising necessary co-op business practices.

February 23: Boards and Committees Working Together

Look at what practices have served us well in the past, what hasn’t worked, and what we want for the future.


March 2: Leadership that Inspires Member Involvement

Learn what it takes to be a leader and how you can create a community that encourages member involvement.

March 9: Aging in our Co-op Communities

Co-op members are getting older. Aging in place is a process that enables older members to remain in their homes for as long as possible. Learn how to support your fellow senior members.

March 16: Legal Duties of Directors

Unsure of the legal responsibilities of a Co-op Director? Join us for this riveting workshop with our CEO, Thom Armstrong and Co-op expert, Sue Moorhead.

March 23: 10 Things to Look for in Your Co-op’s Financial Statements

Help for the non-expert to understand their co-op’s financial statements.

Be sure to check back regularly for new workshops being added to the list.


  • Workshops take place weekday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. PDT.

Online Registration

  • Member rates are $40/person or $200 for six registrations from one co-op.
  • Non-member rates are $80/person or $400 for six registrations from one co-op.