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Associate of the Ontario Principals’ Council

  Who can become an Associate of OPC?

 

  • Principals/vice-principals who are former Members of OPC
  • Aspiring principals/vice-principals who are members of OTF
  • Individuals with an interest in education
  • Ontario district school board senior staff employed as Supervisory Officers and Directors
  • Former OPC Members on leave, secondment or reassignment who do not meet the definition of Member
  • Approved For-Profit Corporations with an interest in education
  • Approved Not-for-Profit Corporations with an interest in education.

 

What are the benefits of becoming an Associate of OPC?

 

Associates are entitled to different benefits, depending on their class.

 

Class 1    Retired principals/vice-principals who are former Members of OPC* have:

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive The Register and other mailings
  • The right to participate in professional development programs at the Member rate
  • The right to maintain optional term life/accidental death and dismemberment insurance.

*Associate status is not necessary for retired Members to maintain entitlement to historical coverage.

     

 

Class 2    Aspiring principals/vice-principals who are members of OTF have:

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive The Register and other mailings
  • The right to participate in professional development programs at the Member rate.

   

Class 3    Individuals with an interest in education have:

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive The Register and other mailings
  • The right to participate in professional development programs at the Member rate.

   

Class 4   Ontario district school board senior staff employed as supervisory officers and directors have:

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive The Register and other mailings
  • The right to participate in professional development programs at the Member rate
  • The right to apply for or maintain LTD benefit coverage and/or optional term life/accidental death and dismemberment insurance benefit coverage.

   

Class 5    Former OPC Members on leave or secondment who do not meet the definition of Member

               have:

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive The Register and other mailings
  • The right to participate in professional development programs at the Member rate
  • The right to apply for or maintain LTD benefit coverage and/or optional term life/accidental death and dismemberment insurance benefit coverage
  • The right to preserve their entitlement to historical legal coverage should they revert to full Membership.

   

Class 6     Approved For-Profit Corporations with an interest in education have:

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive three copies of The Register and other relevant mailings
  • The right to have their corporate name and/or logo displayed on the OPC website (size, placement and location are at the discretion of the OPC), with a link to the corporation's own website

   

Class 7    Approved Not-for-Profit Corporations or organizations with an interest in  education have:

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive three copies of The Register and other relevant mailings
  • The right to have their corporate name and/or logo displayed on the OPC website (size, placement and location are at the discretion of the OPC), with a link to the corporation's own website
  • The right to be included in a list of corporate sponsors published in The Register (size and placement are at the discretion of the OPC)
  • The right to access advertising discounts for advertising in The Register as may be available to Corporate Associates from time to time, at the discretion of the OPC
  • The right to have up to three people, identified to the OPC on an annual basis, participate in professional development programs, including the annual conference, at the Member rate.
  • The right to be included in a list of corporate sponsors published in The Register (placement is at the discretion of the OPC)
  • The right to access advertising discounts for advertising in The Register as may be available to Corporate Associates from time to time, at the discretion of the OPC
  • The right to have up to three people, identified to the OPC on an annual basis, participate in professional development programs at the Member rate.

 

Class 8    Honorary Life Members

 

  • The right to have access to the Constitution
  • The right to receive The Register and other mailings
  • The right to participate in professional development programs at the Member rate.

 

What does it cost?                               1 year membership

                          (includes HST)

 

  • Classes 1 - 5                                       $125.00
  • Class     6                                        $ 1,130.00
  • Class     7                                           $ 282.50

 

How do I pay?

 

To provide payment please send a cheque to

                     

                      Ontario Principals’ Council 
                      180 Dundas Street West,
                      25th Floor,
                      Toronto, Ontario,

                      Canada  M5G 1Z8

 

 

Or call Membership Services with your Visa, MasterCard or Amex information at 416-322-6600 or toll free at 1-800-701-2362.


Click here to renew your Associate membership, you will need your OPC number and password.