Navid Janpak, Project Manager, has extensive experience working in diverse environments. As a Facilitator at the Centre for Immigrant and Community Services, he has designed, planned, and delivered course content, resulting in increased client achievement. He also has a great deal of experience evaluating for learning and composing progress reports. In addition, Navid worked as a Graduate Assistant at York University. In this position, he conducted qualitative and quantitative research and evaluations for the Faculty of Education. Moreover, Navid has several years of experience working in a multitude of roles in both individual and team-oriented environments within the financial services sector. Further to his professional work experience, Navid volunteered as an In-School Mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto for over three years.
Navid has obtained a Master of Education from York University, a Bachelor of Education from University of Ottawa, and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from York University. He graduated magna cum laude in the Bachelor of Education program and was a member of the Dean’s Honour Roll in the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program. In addition, Navid has demonstrated a commitment to ongoing professional development by enrolling in the Instructing Adults Certificate program at George Brown College, which has taught him the essential skills and knowledge required to work effectively with colleagues and clients. Navid has demonstrated an exceptional understanding of adult learning theories, designing training, and needs assessment.