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  • Virtual Cannexus

    A selection of top-rated presentations from Cannexus, Canada’s National Career Development Conference.

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  • Virtual Cannexus

    A selection of top-rated presentations from Cannexus, Canada’s National Career Development Conference.

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  • Virtual Cannexus

    A selection of top-rated presentations from Cannexus, Canada’s National Career Development Conference.

    Sawayzky
    “Virtual Cannexus was a great way to ‘attend’ extra sessions from the conference and bring some great content back to share with staff who were not able to attend in person. This is a great resource!”
    Jennifer Browne
    Director of Career Development & Experiential Learning, Memorial University

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Virtual Cannexus13

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Presented by: Rachelle Gagnon, Clarence De Schiffart, Laurie Edwards, Mary Lynn Trotter, Tannis Goddard, Andrée Martineau, Dre Cynthia Bilodeau, Sandra Hennessey, Bea Clark , Karen Schaffer, Susan Forseille, Lynne Bezanson, Dr. Cindy Blackstock, Dr. Roberta Neault, Roxanne Sawatzky... more

 

Virtual Cannexus13

Regular: $69.00
Supporting Org: $56.00
Student: $29.00
Single Session

Trends in HR: Managers as Career Consultants

1 part (1hr 15mins) |
Presented by: Rachelle Gagnon



Session Description
Managers and HR professionals can play a key role in employee retention and succession management but they may not realize it and as such may not have the skills to do it. They are being asked to help not only prepare employees for the next level but must refer to services, tools and techniques to do so. Can we train them to help in career development? Are career consultants' skills the new ideal management skill?


Presenter Bio
Rachelle Gagnon, Director of Human Resources at Assumption Life which was selected as Top 50 Employer in Canada and Best Places to Work in Atlantic Canada, is Past-President of the Human Resource Association of New Brunswick and past board member of the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations. She is an instructor at the University of New Brunswick-Fredericton and New Brunswick Community College in HR Management.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Opening New Frontiers: Exploring Chaos in Life/Work

1 part (1hr 04mins) |
Presented by: Clarence De Schiffart, Laurie Edwards



Session Description
We will focus on a holistic look at the potentially positive impact of unexpected experiences and moments of chaos in life/work. We will assist you in exploring happenstance in your own life and how it may contribute to finding personal meaning and direction. Career practitioners can use this learning when working with their client’s unplanned life circumstances in order to strengthen their identity awareness.


Presenter Bio
Clarence De Schiffart, is the Coordinator of Career and Essential Skills Services at the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC). His educational background is in counselling and outdoor recreation. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Acadia University teaching career-related courses in the MEd (Counselling) program.
Laurie Edwards, Director of Career Development Services for the NSCC, is a nationally recognized leader in career development and has a reputation for pushing the career sector to realize its essential role in wealth creation, innovation, economic prosperity and citizenship.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Counselling Clients with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

1 part (44mins) |
Presented by: Mary Lynn Trotter



Session Description
Clients who face difficulties in the workplace (boredom, frequent firings, don’t do well with authority figures) may have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Learn how to flip ADHD challenges into strengths, and steer them towards careers that fits. Learn what to look for when interacting with these clients, and how to support them.


Presenter Bio
Mary Lynn Trotter, a Toronto-based clinical social worker and career counsellor, founded Vantage Point Careers, a unique career counselling service designed to help clients address their strengths and barriers. She has a specific interest and expertise working with people challenged with attention deficit disorders.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Online Career Learning Interventions: Leveraging Service Delivery Potential

1 part (1hr 12mins) |
Presented by: Tannis Goddard



Session Description
I will share insights regarding organizational readiness, practitioner competence and successfully deploying and launching online career services. My agency pioneered online career services and has been using this delivery approach for nine years and this past year, under British Columbia’s new employment programming, supported other career agencies to adopt this service delivery mode.


Presenter Bio
Tannis Goddard, President of Training Innovations, has designed innovative career services for 20 years, including a decade devoted to researching, designing and delivering interactive and facilitated online career services. Tannis is the winner of British Columbia Career Development Association’s Award of Excellence and is completing her PhD.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Chacun son histoire

1 part (1hr 21mins) |
Presented by: Andrée Martineau



Description de la session
Si vous pouviez rédiger la table des matières du livre sur le prochain chapitre de votre vie, s’agirait-il d’une lecture intéressante? Je présenterai les principes fondamentaux d’une gestion de carrière saine ainsi que les cinq étapes stratégiques de la gestion d’une carrière réussie, que vous ayez déjà un emploi ou que vous soyez à la recherche de travail. Venez découvrir les nombreux outils et les diverses techniques qui vous permettront de gérer votre carrière comme s’il s’agissait d’une entreprise.


Biographie du conférencier
Andrée Martineau, M.Sc., N.d., C.C., est psychothérapeute et offre du counseling en carrière depuis plus de 10 ans. Auteure de la Série Coaching Virtuel, Andrée accompagne, soutien et inspire les gens dans leur évolution professionnelle par ses méthodes innovatrices et son dynamisme.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

L’entrepreneuriat en contexte d’orientation

1 part (1hr 00mins) |
Presented by: Dre Cynthia Bilodeau



Description de la session
Les efforts pour identifier la relève entrepreneuriale sont de plus en plus importants dans le domaine de l’employabilité au Canada. On remarque un manque d’outil pour évaluer les qualités entrepreneuriales et un manque d’hypothèse théorique pour nous guider. Nous vous présenterons notre typologie des divers styles de personnalités entrepreneuriales qui constitue le fondement du développement d’un outil psychométrique de connaissance de soi, ainsi que différentes interventions en lien avec notre approche.


Biographie du conférencier
Cynthia Bilodeau, Ph.D., est consultante en évaluation et en recherche et formation ainsi que professeure à temps partiel à l’Université d’Ottawa. Mme Bilodeau est co-auteur de l’approche entrepreneuriale en orientation et à mener le développement de l’outil psychométrique Inventaire des Styles de Personnalité Entrepreneuriale en lien avec cette approche.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

For Some Clients Apprenticeship is the Answer

1 part (51mins) |
Presented by: Bea Clark , Sandra Hennessey



Session Description
Learn about English and French online assessment and upgrading-materials for individuals seeking a meaningful career through post-secondary or apprenticeship programming. The materials which provide test scores on the 500 and HRSDC 5-point scales are reliable, effective and available free of charge across Canada. These assessments are being used in three communities to determine the impact of early academic intervention on the retention of registered apprentices. Get an outline of the challenges of engaging apprentices, the logistical complications of working with officials and educators and the unexpected results and solutions.


Presenter Bio
Sandra Hennessey has been an Essential Skills consultant since her retirement from Fanshawe College after more than 30 years in adult training. She is active locally, provincially and nationally in adult education, apprenticeship and Essential Skills pilot and research initiatives. Sandra is currently a consultant with the College Sector Committee.
Since her 2007 retirement from Niagara College, Bea Clark has been a consultant with the College Sector in her area of expertise and apprenticeship. Bea is the lead researcher on a project evaluating the impact of improved academic readiness on apprentice retention. She will teach you if, how and when to act.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Finding Spaciousness in the Career Exploration Process

1 part (41mins) |
Presented by: Karen Schaffer



Session Description
Spaciousness is the practice of allowing room to identify and integrate the less tangible elements of career exploration – specifically emotional processing and self-awareness. Incorporating spaciousness into their work, career practitioners support clients to stay calm through the natural twists and turns of their career exploration, teaching them to make cohesive, grounded decisions for best next steps. I discuss how to identify/address the need as well as practicing techniques such as mind-mapping, breathing and mini-focusing.


Presenter Bio
Karen Schaffer has been a career counsellor for over 15 years and authored three books including The Job of Your Life, an emotional approach to career. Karen holds a MA in Counselling Psychology and works at Saint Mary’s University. Karen has been a certified Flowyoga teacher for 12 years.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

From Post-Secondary to Meaningful Career

1 part (44mins) |
Presented by: Susan Forseille



Session Description
I will provide an overview of a mixed-methods research project exploring the transition from post-secondary education to the labour market for Thompson Rivers University Bachelor of Arts alumni. Outlined will be an overview of the literature review findings, the methodology used and the research findings. The research concluded in spring 2012 and included a survey of alumni, one-on-one interviews and focus groups.


Presenter Bio
Susan Forseille is passionate about researching the transition from education to meaningful career and career development as it relates to the significant changes in our labour market. She has 12 years’ experience in career education, six of which have been as a Student Employment Coordinator at Thompson Rivers University (BC).

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Transforming the Evidence Base of Career Services

1 part (1hr 08mins) |
Presented by: Lynne Bezanson



Session Description
Traditionally, providers of career services have not measured changes in client knowledge, skill and attitude resulting from services received nor what impacts these changes have on sustainable employment or savings to benefit programs. The Canadian Research Working Group is working with three provinces to identify “common indicators” of success and develop an online tool to capture these types of data. I will include a research update and an opportunity to provide input on the developing indicators.


Presenter Bio
Lynne Bezanson is Executive Director of CCDF, a career development leader, author-researcher and adult educator; she has directed numerous Canadian career development initiatives and managed for Canada two International Symposia. She is a member of the National Steering Committee for the Canadian Standards and Guidelines for Career Development Practitioners and a founding member of the International Centre for Career Development and Public Policy and the CRWG.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $10.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Reconciliation in Action Between First Nations and Non-Aboriginal Children

1 part (58mins) |
Presented by: Dr. Cindy Blackstock

KEYNOTE:

 

Session description

For decades, First Nations children and families have received less benefit from education, child welfare and health services than all other Canadians. First Nations and non-Aboriginal children are taking action, creating the largest child-led reconciliation movement in Canada that puts culturally-based equity at the centre. Children know love and fairness in ways that many adults need to remember and they are standing together to ensure that all First Nations children can grow up safely in their families, be healthy, go to good schools – prepare for meaningful work – and be proud of who they are. Understanding the barriers faced by First Nations youth, the fastest growing segment of the Canadian population, is necessary for counsellors to provide the most appropriate guidance in career exploration and employment. This presentation showcases how thousands of children all over Canada are making a difference.

Their actions uplift First Nations and non-Aboriginal children alike and show adults that change can really happen if you care enough and work hard enough. Be inspired and then take action yourself.


Presenter Bio
Dr. Cindy Blackstock, Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, and Associate Professor at the University of Alberta, has worked in the field of child and family services for over 25 years. An author of over 50 publications, her key interests include exploring and addressing the causes of disadvantage for Aboriginal children and families by promoting equitable and culturally-based interventions. Current professional interests include holding fellowships with the Ashoka Foundation and The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation.

 

Cindy grew up in rural and remote communities in northern British Columbia. She became a social worker in a bureaucracy where she learned how little the system was addressing the real problems of child welfare and poverty. In 1999, she became the Executive Director of the Caring for First Nations Children Society in BC where she established a successful professional development and policy institute for First Nations child welfare in British Columbia. In 2003, she then assumed the role of  Executive Director of  the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada (fncaringsociety.com) to lead a social movement where First Nations and non-Aboriginal peoples stand together to address long-standing inequities experienced by First Nations children.

 

She has a Master in Management from McGill and a PhD in social work from the University of Toronto. Her blend of community development experience, policy development and intellectual rigour have propelled her into a leadership role within the reconciliation movement – an effort to build upon the strengths of First Nations and non-Aboriginal children to reform First Nations children’s services.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Ethics of Advocacy: Channeling Outrage to Champion Change

1 part (1hr 06mins) |
Presented by: Dr. Roberta Neault



Session Description
Career counsellors/practitioners and corporate consultants hear lots of stories. Clients tell of bullying/harassment at work or unfathomable delays in processing insurance claims. Students share their frustrations about policies which make no sense; corporate managers tell of brilliant plans vetoed by the executive team or union. The common theme is lost hope; learn to do something constructive with your frustration or outrage – harness those emotions to fuel advocacy efforts that result in meaningful change.


Presenter Bio
Dr. Roberta Neault is an award-winning leader in the career development sector, in Canada and internationally. Roberta’s strengths lie in her professionalism, infectious enthusiasm for empowering individuals and organizations, and “hands-on” experience working with diverse groups of people. Her vivid anecdotes and tips will engage you in rethinking ethical practice.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Leaving the Comfort Zone

1 part (58mins) |
Presented by: Roxanne Sawatzky

KEYNOTE:


Session Description
One of the most essential life skills a person can have is the ability to adapt to change. An adaptive individual is one who is able to refocus the mind in new directions and make choices based on his or her desired outcomes. However, adapting to change is difficult for most people due to the fact that humans are creatures of habit; having to change our patterns and behaviours is frustrating and annoying, and takes us out of our comfort zone. But developing the skills necessary to adapt to change can have powerful outcomes, including self-improvement, ongoing learning, and a higher level of personal and work achievement. Change has always been a necessary aspect of life and work, and our world is changing more rapidly than ever. It is likely that you and/or your client(s) will have to cope with a variety of changes in the near future. It is important then to be able to adapt to these changes or to change itself and, for counsellors in particular, to have the tools to assist our clients with their own adaptations. Success and fulfillment – emotional, mental, spiritual and physical well-being – depend on how well one adapts to change. As we deal with people, it is important for us to be aware of the pivotal place where clients can make the choice either to move on and discover the possibilities the change has presented or to choose fear and not change.


Presenter Bio
Roxanne Sawatzky has successfully managed a three-year, $1.3-million research study for the Manitoba provincial and federal government with 2,400 individuals participating. She is now the President and founder of Empowering Change, a leading organization empowering innovative service providers to enhance interactions with multi-barriered individuals. Empowering Change is changing employment and social service provider thinking and practice by increasing effective, short-term motivational service delivery methods internationally through Stages of Change and Motivational Interviewing. This innovative company has delivered training to diverse employment services providers and not-for-profit groups throughout Canada. Roxanne has done workshops and presentations nationally and internationally. She is experienced in project management, program development, implementing processes, curriculum writing and best practices development. Roxanne is completing her master’s degree and she also holds a certificate in addictions counselling and case management. While there are many good Motivational Interviewing trainers, membership in the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) is the only status accorded to training professionals. Roxanne went to Spain in June 2009 and, as a result of the training, she is now a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers. Roxanne’s passion is working with marginalized individuals. She started her career at the age of 12 when she decided her brother needed to be “fixed”. She has since learned that she can’t “fix” anyone, but she can definitely help people get “unstuck”!

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

The Unsung Potential of Weakness

1 part (1hr 15mins) |
Presented by: Gray Poehnell



Session Description
An over-emphasis on a strength-based career approach need not imply that only “strengths” matter and that “weakness” is equated with failure and cannot lead to success. Such a perspective may cause some to give up prematurely. What is a more holistic perspective of weakness? Are not strengths and weaknesses relative to different values and perspectives? If a “strength” can become a “weakness” why can’t a weakness become a strength?


Presenter Bio
Gray Poehnell, one of the principals at Ergon Communications, is an experienced author, trainer and presenter interested in holistic approaches that cultivate hope, practical spirituality, creativity, imagination and career integrity. His intent is to make the possibility of career success accessible to a wider range of people, especially to those who need alternatives to mainstream career approaches.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Un nouvel outil en orientation : la carte heuristique

1 part (1hr 18mins) |
Presented by: Dre Chantale Beaucher



Description de la session
La carte heuristique, ou carte d’organisation d’idées (le mind mapping), est un outil simple, original, efficace et convivial! Mode d’organisation de l’information et de la pensée, la carte heuristique mobilise le cerveau de l’individu et lui permet d’être plus efficace et créatif. La structure radiante, la couleur, les formes, les dimensions stimulent la créativité et favorisent la mise au clair de sa position personnelle sur un sujet (l’orientation!) et facilitent la prise de décision.


Biographie du conférencier
La Dre Cynthia Bilodeau est professeure à temps partiel à l’Université d’Ottawa et consultante en orientation, en recherche et en formation. Cynthia est co-auteure de l’approche entrepreneuriale en orientation et a dirigé le développement de l’outil psychométrique Inventaire des Styles de Personnalité Entrepreneuriale lié à cette approche.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Advancing Career Integrated Learning at Memorial University

1 part (1hr 28mins) |
Presented by: Karen Youden Walsh, Rhonda Joy, Rob Shea



Session Description
During 2012, the presenters conducted a series of
interviews and roundtable discussions with faculty, staff
and students at Memorial University (MUN) as well as
employers and community agencies. They identified
unique characteristics of work-integrated learning
programs and began the process of enhancing career
integrated learning concepts within these programs.
We will focus on the content of discussions and the
experiences of the presenters as they advanced the
concept of career integrated learning at MUN.


Presenter Bio
Rob Shea is an Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Deputy Provost (Students) and an Associate Vice-President (Academic), Undergraduate Studies pro tempore at MUN. Rhonda Joy is an Assistant Professor and registered psychologist, Faculty of Education at MUN and Karen Youden Walsh is involved in the development of a career and work-integrated learning program.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Driving Your Future: Getting Started in Strategic Planning

1 part (1hr 02mins) |
Presented by: Graham Donald



Session Description
Take control of your office's future with a clear, simple
strategic plan. A plan will provide you with clarity,
benchmarks and stakeholder buy-in while greatly
enhancing your chances of attracting resources and
operating under the right measures. I will draw on
my experiences guiding dozens of organizations
through the strategic planning process and provide
participants with the concepts and insights they need
to get started on transforming their own future today.


Presenter Bio
Graham Donald provides research, training and management consulting to major employers and career centres and has advised dozens of clients on strategic planning and marketing. He has been Executive Director of CACEE and a Director at Workopolis. He received both his BA and MBA from the University of Toronto.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Walking in Multiple Worlds: Aboriginal Youths' Work-Life Experiences

1 part (1hr 07mins) |
Presented by: Dr E. Anne Marshall, Jennifer Coverdale, Dr Suzanne L. Stewart



Session Description
We present stories of supports, challenges and obstacles experienced by urban Aboriginal young people in finding sustainable and meaningful work. Youth and young adults aged 17 to 29 were interviewed individually and in circle groups in Victoria, BC and Toronto, ON. Youth shared their stories of work experiences, cultural influences, identity, discrimination, community expectations and life-work goals. You will be introduced to story mapping and possible selves mapping career exploration techniques


Presenter Bio
Dr E. Anne Marshall is a Professor of Counselling Psychology and was Academic Advisor for the Aboriginal Communities graduate Counselling program at the University of Victoria. Her work focuses on possible selves, career development, emerging adulthood transitions, mentorship, and counselling in cultural and Indigenous contexts.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Career Education in the Age of University Student Engagement

1 part (1hr 13mins) |
Presented by: Tony Botelho



Session Description
I will highlight the areas of intersection between student engagement and career development, and focus on how current approaches to career education can play a key role in student engagement initiatives, given that issues related to future careers are the primary reasons for individuals pursuing higher education. I will conclude with recommendations for integrating career education into the university experience and by sharing examples from Simon Fraser University.


Presenter Bio
Tony Botelho is the Manager of Career Services and Volunteer Services at Simon Fraser University and has led a significant re-shifting of the Centre’s priorities. He previously worked in co-operative education where he was actively involved in national and provincial initiatives. He also won a penmanship award in grade 4.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

Hope-Centered Career Development with College Students

1 part (1hr 22mins) |
Presented by: Dr Norman Amundson, Lauri Mills, Dr Spencer Niles, Stacey deShield, Hyoyeon In, Dr Hyung Joon Yoon, Barbara Smith



Session Description
An international career hope study has been conducted between UBC and Penn State, examining the baseline of college students’ career hope and creating a career hope profile. Our study tested the effects of hope on school engagement, academic performance and vocational identity. Through a series of in-depth interviews with students with
relatively high hope and high perceived barriers, we have identified key contributors in shaping hope.


Presenter Bio
Dr. Norman Amundson is a Professor at the UBC. He has published widely in the career development field and in his work highlights the importance of active engagement, culture, storytelling and metaphors that are strength-based. He is an experienced and dynamic conference presenter. Dr. Hyung Joon Yoon is a Career Development Instructor at PSU.

 

Dr. Yoon has developed or co-developed career assessment tools including the Hope-Centered Career Inventory (HCCI). He is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Master Trainer of the Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) curriculum.

 

Dr. Spencer Niles is a Distinguished Professor at PSU. He has received the National Career Development Association’s Eminent Career Award, the American Counseling Association’s Distinguished Mentor Award and Extended Research Award, and UBCs Noted Scholar Award. He is a Past-President for the National Career Development Association, Past-Editor for The Career Development Quarterly and Editor of the Journal of Counseling & Development.

 

Barbara Smith, MA, MEd, RCC, is a UBC PhD student. She’s a current member of CCPA’s Career Counselling Chapter executive and is a past winner of the Dr. R. Vance Peavy Travel Award. She has counselled in post-secondary, community and forensic settings. Lauri Mills is a doctoral student at UBC conducting research on hope in career counselling. She has an MA in Counselling Psychology from UBC with her master’s thesis on creativity in career counselling. She has worked as a counsellor in universities and private practice.

 

Hyoyeon In is a PhD candidate in Counsellor Education at PSU. In has been involved in validating the Hope-Centered Career Inventory and reviewing empirical studies on hope in the context of career development. She has co-presented about hope-centered career development at professional conferences.

 

Stacey deShield is a dual PhD candidate at PSU in workforce education and development as well as comparative and international education. As an international student from Bermuda, her research interest focuses on preparing youth to make informed decisions regarding their post-secondary aspirations, emphasizing the importance of incorporating career development into every student's middle and high school experience.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00
Single Session

JobSeeker Success Mindset Training

1 part (52mins) |
Presented by: Jeff Garton



Session Description
Faced with rising unemployment, shrinking budgets and staff reductions, the State of Illinois launched a virtual classroom that teaches the unemployed how to help themselves find jobs faster. Unlike traditional job search training, this course develops a job hunter’s mental skills to persevere until they can find jobs, and perform well to get the offer despite the emotional turmoil created by their difficult circumstances.
Participants will learn about this improved training.


Presenter Bio
Jeff Garton is an American Society for Training & Development best-selling career author and coach whose background is specialized in leading the global staffing for Kraft Foods and Miller Brewing. He developed the concept and published the first book and training programs on the topic of career contentment and the employment mindset to achieve it.

Regular: $24.00
Supporting Org: $19.00
Student: $10.00

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