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Answering our clients’ big questions

Answering our clients’ big questions

We love our learning design and facilitation work for clients—and sometimes we get so busy doing the work that we forget to tell the stories of what we’re up to! It’s time to rectify that situation and share a few short examples of some of the projects we’ve been...

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Thank you for voting our podcast into the top five!

Thank you for voting our podcast into the top five!

We are thrilled to share that Beth's podcast, Facilitating on Purpose, has been voted into the Top 5 Most Listened-To Podcasts featured in SessionLab's State of Facilitation 2024 report. This report highlights "essential information and expert insights on what is...

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We are hiring! Come join our team.

We are hiring! Come join our team.

Update: This competition has now closed. Please follow us on our LinkedIn page to be notified of future postings with BCB Learning. Learning Designer Job type: Casual Part-Time Pay Range: $36.58 - $43.00 hourly + 4% pay in lieu of vacation BCB Learning Inc. is looking...

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New Name, Unchanged Quality and Commitment

New Name, Unchanged Quality and Commitment

We've been working on something behind the scenes for the past year that we're pleased to be able to share with you now. As of January 2, 2024 our company name has changed from "Beth Cougler Blom Facilitation" to "BCB Learning Inc." and our business structure has...

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Discerning and Adjusting Tone When Working with ChatGPT

Discerning and Adjusting Tone When Working with ChatGPT

Have you ever read something and gotten the distinct impression that you were being “sold” to? A “salesy” tone in writing can feel false, and if the people reading it are participants in an online course, it can annoy them and perhaps even prevent them from engaging...

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Five Essential Tips for Starting Your Own Podcast

Five Essential Tips for Starting Your Own Podcast

We recently passed the one year anniversary of my podcast, Facilitating on Purpose, so it feels like a good time to celebrate. Have you ever thought of starting a podcast of your own? Here are a few things I’ve learned along the way: 1. Find Your Unique Voice: Your...

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Designing Accessible E-Learning

Designing Accessible E-Learning

“Accessibility allows us to tap into everyone’s potential.” I (Carla) recently read this quote by Debra Ruh, an advocate for the rights of persons with disabilities. It stood out to me because our team is constantly striving to learn about and implement accessibility...

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Designing Effective Slide Decks with Pain BC

Designing Effective Slide Decks with Pain BC

From time to time, our team helps organizations design effective materials for their learning-related events. Recently, we had a wonderful opportunity to work with our client, Pain BC, to redesign the slide decks their volunteer facilitators use in a peer support...

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Using Images Effectively

Using Images Effectively

Images have the power to move us in many ways. They can evoke our emotions, feelings, memories, and more. Images can complement and enhance text that we read or hear, or they can be viewed alone and worth "a thousand words", as the old saying goes. We’ve been working...

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Holding Space

Holding Space

Meg Bolger is a social justice educator, facilitator trainer, and the founder of Facilitator Cards, a set of activity cards used to help design and facilitate group learning. Recently, I (Carla) had the opportunity to participate in a virtual workshop Meg hosted...

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