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Consultant Bios

CCSA Consultants  are trusted health and safety advisors and have worked in the continuing care sector, giving them the advantage of being able to address industry-specific needs.

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Lindsey Lester

Lindsey received her Bachelors in Education from the University of Alberta in 2006. Since then she has been teaching a variety of students all across Alberta. Lindsey loves working with people from many different backgrounds and cultures.

Lindsey is passionate about being a CCSA Consultant because she knows she is making a real difference in the lives of those she trains. She feels the training she provides makes a significant and positive impact in the day-to-day lives of people working in the continuing care industry.

 

Kristi-Lee Newton

Kristi-Lee Newton received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta, concentrating in special education with a focus on behavioural and learning disabilities.

Kristi-Lee has been teaching a variety of subjects to age groups from two years to university ages for the past 11 years.  Her passion for teaching and helping others led Kristi-Lee to become an Consultant at CCSA.  She believes in lifelong learning, and hopes to encourage that love of learning in others.

Nathan Skrzypek

Nathan received a degree in Psychology and a Masters in Education at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario.  During his university years, Nathan worked in millwork industrial safety.  He also taught at all grade levels, from primary to adult education.

CCSA training offers Nathan the opportunity to combine his love of education with his knowledge of workplace safety importance.  He understands and communicates that education is crucial, not only to workplace health, but also for staff quality of life.  By empowering workers to have influence in how their workplace safety procedures are run, staff is more emotionally invested and therefore, more aware of the safety standards established to protect them.