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Learn more about an Atocrates' Certificate in Project Management!

Date: Wednesday August 17th, 2016
Time: 6:00 P.M.
Location: St. Clair College Main Campus - 2000 Talbot Road West
Room 2001: Ford Centre of Excellence (2nd Floor)
RSVP: Please e-mail corporatetraining@stclaircollege.ca to pre-register

Masters Certificate in Project Management

The Atocrates’ Centre for Project Sciences is the principle architect and producer of Canada’s number one Master’s Certificate curriculum in Project Management offered through leading colleges and universities from coast-to-coast. One of Atocrates’ flagship programs is its unique Master’s Certificate in Project Management.

Atocrates - Centre for Project Sciences

This certificate program is composed of six modules representing 148 classroom hours, with a substantial team and homework commitment. Each session must be taken in sequence and contains a mandatory exam. Note: Trainees will be required to communicate with team members via e-mail and create documents in word processing and spreadsheets. Knowledge of computer operations is essential. To be awarded this prestigious Master’s Certificate, you must earn it by achieving a passing grade of 65% on all sessions as well as a minimum of 65% on the MCPM Final Exam at the end of Module #6. Please note the certificate is provided by Atocrates, the Centre for Project Management a Global PMI Training Provider.

For more information about Atocrates' Project Sciences, please visit their web site: www.atocrates.com

Please Note: This Program is Fall Intake

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: Module 1: Introduction to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (CNT 384N)
Module 2: Project Economics & Politics (Project Selection) (CNT 380N)
Module 3: Project Leadership & Team Development (CNT 381N)
Module 4: Professional Performance & Responsibility (CNT 383N)
Module 5: Effective Project Planning & Control (CNT 382N)
Module 6: Program Review & Exam (CNT 732N)
MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE
CNT 384N
Before the program begins, each participant will complete an Insights Discovery Evaluator. Generated by a powerful expert computer system, our Insights Discovery Reports chart new waters in the voyage of self-discovery. Personal Evaluator questionnaires form the basis of extensive reports containing information on personal style, communication, value to the team, management style, blind spots and development areas. In this first learning session you will develop a project plan and schedule based on an actual group project utilizing the nine knowledge areas of project management: Scope of Project, Quality Management, Risk Management, Procurement Mgmt, Human Resources, Communications, Time/Schedule Cost Management, Project Integration.
Course 32 hours, 2 units of credit. $1,100.00.
Fall
WINDSOR 150 4710 Sep 14-Oct 26, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Oct 1, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P
WINDSOR 159 5089 Sep 14-Oct 26, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Oct 1, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)
MODULE 2: PROJECT ECONOMICS AND POLITICS
CNT 380N
Pitch your next project with confidence that all your bases are covered. This session delivers the critical factors in selecting the right project. Various project selection models are discussed and compared to corporate objectives. Political implications of a project within an organization are examined and discussed. Participants will explore numeric and non-numeric project models for selection based on the political culture within their organizations and to convince groups that their projects are worthy of support. Course 32 hours, 2 units of credit. $1,100.00.
Fall
WINDSOR 150 5142 Nov 2-Dec 14, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Nov 26, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P
WINDSOR 159 5310 Nov 2-Dec 14, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Nov 26, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)
MODULE 3: PROJECT LEADERSHIP AND TEAM DEVELOPMENT
CNT 381N
Leadership is a changing dimension in the role of today's Project Manager. This session focuses on a managerial approach to project management. Leadership trends are explored that address potential problems and effective decision making. Participants will learn to embrace conflict and use successful negotiation tools to diffuse it. Leadership models are studied and applied in a hands-on group project designed to challenge and enhance project leadership abilities. 32 hours, 2 units of credit. $1,100.00.
Winter
WINDSOR 150 1617 Jan 18-Feb 22, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Jan 14, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P
WINDSOR 159 1653 Jan 18-Feb 22, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Jan 14, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)
MODULE 4: PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE AND RESPONSIBILITY
CNT 383N
As professionals, we must be ever alert to signs of conflict of interest. Individuals, companies and professional societies can easily find themselves embroiled in expensive legal battles that tarnish the reputation of the profession as a whole. This session focuses on your personal and professional integrity. Participants will develop personal responses to discuss and debate case studies covering topics such as: Conflict of Interest, Accepting Gifts and Amenities, Balancing Stakeholders' Interest and Respecting the Differences in Diverse Cultures. Course 32 hours, 2 units of credit. $1,100.00.
Winter
WINDSOR 150 2000 Mar 1-Apr 19, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Apr 1, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P Note: No class March break
WINDSOR 159 1802 Mar 1-Apr 19, Wed, 5:30P-9:30P, and Apr 1, Sat, 8:00A-5:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.) Note: No class March break
Modules 5 and 6 to be offered spring 2017

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