Partners

The University of Fredericton is committed to providing life-changing experiences to students around the world. As a result, we have formed many partnerships with educational institutions and organizations both nationally and internationally that help us extend our reach. We are continuously growing this portfolio by seeking collaborations that meet or exceed our academic goals and make our programs even more accessible.

CANADA

CATA Alliance

As Canada’s leading, most influential and entrepreneurial technology alliance, CATA is the largest business development association for producers and users of advanced technology. The only organization representing all sectors of the economy, CATA reaches 20,000 technology executives and an additional 22,000 technology users.

 

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Canadian Employee Relocation Council

 

The Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) was established on October 22, 1982 as a not for profit association supporting the relocation industry. The Council adopted a strong mandate to work with government to improve regulations and policies that impact workforce mobility, and in particular tax and economic immigration.

 

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Canadian Information Processing Society

The Canadian Information Processing Society, headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, is the professional association for Information Technology (IT) practitioners in Canada. CIPS is a non-profit organization that represents more than 6,000 IT professionals on important issues affecting the IT industry and profession.

 

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Canadian Society of Safety Engineering

CSSE, or the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering, has partnered with the University of Fredericton to develop the Health and Safety Leadership specialty stream of the EMBA. Their goal is to ensure that their colleagues make it home safely at the end of each and every day.

 

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Great Plains College

Great Plains College is focused on meeting the educational needs of learners, employees and communities in Saskatchewan. They offer a number of post-secondary certificates, diploma and degree programs, university courses, language training and safety training.

 

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Dr. Joti Samra

Dr. Joti Samra, R.Psych. is a national thought leader on issues relating to psychological health, wellness & resiliency. She is the CEO & Founder of MyWorkplaceHealth.com, a full-suite national workplace consulting firm and DrJotiSamra.com, an expanding in-office and virtual health clinical & counselling practice.

 

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Minerva

Minerva aims to be a global leader in health and safety management education through the influence of post-secondary curriculum. They provide initiatives and resources that assist colleges and universities in training tomorrow’s leaders in the field of incident and injury prevention.

 

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Workers' Compensation Board of Alberta

The Workers’ Compensation Board of Alberta has partnered with the University of Fredericton to allow the workers of Alberta the opportunity to learn more through the OHS programs.

 

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WorkSafeNB

Through an agreement with WorkSafe NB, NB employees have improved access to psychological health and wellness training. The University of Fredericton and WorkSafeNB hope to increase awareness and have a positive impact on the future of psychological health and safety in the workplace.

 

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Worksafe Saskatchewan

As a partnership between the Saskatchewan Worker’s Compensation Board and the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety, WorkSafe Saskatchewan was created to reduce the number of workplace injuries and fatalities. They have partnered with the UFred to allow the workers of Saskatchewan the opportunity to learn more through the OHS programs.

 

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AMERICAS

ASSP Region IX

The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) is a global association for occupational safety and health professionals. For more than 100 years, it has provided education, standards development, advocacy and a professional community to support the advancement of their members and the profession as a whole.

 

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CIESS

CIESS, the Inter-American Center for Social Security Studies, has partnered with the University of Fredericton to provide fully-online programs to the organization’s 38 member countries. Their goal is to create a solid foundation on which the social security institutions of the Americas can grow and flourish.

 

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CISCO

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect, communicate and collaborate.

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Safecon Solutions

Safecon Solutions, LLC, established and owned by Laura Casey, CSP, CHST, EMT-P, MSc., has been providing safety, health, social safeguards, human resource, labour/workforce conditions and environmental expertise in many nations for more than 20 years. Safecon Solutions has partnered with UFred to create better access for students seeking OHS education in the United States, Ghana, Sierra Leone and beyond.

 

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EUROPE

Rita Obayojie

Rita Obayojie is the founder of TRAC Consultancy Services (est. 2008) which delivers OH&S solutions and services all over the world. She has partnered with the University of Fredericton to create better access for students seeking OHS education in Nigeria and other African countries.

 

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Wittenborg University

Wittenborg University is one of the most international institutes of higher education in the Netherlands. Their goal is to provide talented and motivated students with a learning experience that will prepare them for management positions in business, government, profit, and non-profit organizations, both within an international environment and the local area.

 

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AFRICA

ASSP Region IX

The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) is a global association for occupational safety and health professionals. For more than 100 years, it has provided education, standards development, advocacy and a professional community to support the advancement of their members and the profession as a whole.

 

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Rita Obayojie

Rita Obayojie is the founder of TRAC Consultancy Services (est. 2008) which delivers OH&S solutions and services all over the world. She has partnered with the University of Fredericton to create better access for students seeking OHS education in Nigeria and other African countries.

 

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Safecon Solutions

Safecon Solutions, LLC, established and owned by Laura Casey, CSP, CHST, EMT-P, MSc., has been providing safety, health, social safeguards, human resource, labour/workforce conditions and environmental expertise in many nations for more than 20 years. Safecon Solutions has partnered with UFred to create better access for students seeking OHS education in the United States, Ghana, Sierra Leone and beyond.

 

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Smart & Savvy Women

Smart and Savvy Women have a mission to help fashion entrepreneurs to become export ready. Through overcoming technical and non-technical barriers to global trade, as well as improved access to markets and export finance, these women are better able to search for new markets.

 

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ASIA

ASSP Region IX

The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) is a global association for occupational safety and health professionals. For more than 100 years, it has provided education, standards development, advocacy and a professional community to support the advancement of their members and the profession as a whole.

 

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Singapore Accord

UFred joined more than 40 organizations from around the globe in signing the Singapore Accord, a historic first step in the shift toward a global standard in the field of health and safety, conceived by the International Network of Safety and Health Practitioner Organisations (INSHPO).

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Becoming a Partner

The University of Fredericton cooperates with Learning Partners, small and large, all over the world to make quality education even more accessible and affordable to students.

 

Unlike other partner programs, UFred’s Learning Partner Program is free to join as long as qualification criteria are met. UFred and its Learning Partners will share the revenue instead of adding extra costs to our Learning Partners’ businesses.

 

UFred’s team will vet each Learning Partner candidate by reviewing the provided information and by conducting personal meetings before approval. If other institutions have already vetted the Learning Partner, it will be a considerable benefit when making the final approval decision.

To learn more about becoming a Learning Partner with the University of Fredericton, contact us today!

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