Outcomes & Objectives

Outcomes & Objectives

"As one of the Project Managment Program students, I am delighted to have the opportunity to participate in your classes. I find the program to be very well designed, organized, and soundly managed. Students discuss concepts in each segment and build up their knowledge as the program progresses logically. I would like to express my gratitude to you and your colleagues for making this program available, and for assisting me in learning, progressing, and growing."

- Mohammad F., student

With a specific focus on developing practical project management skills, the  Applied Project Management Certificate prepares students to apply proven methodologies to projects within their individual fields.

The program provides training in both advanced and applied project management, providing a balance of practice and theory, and developing the skills that professionals need to become effective project managers. Students will gain a solid understanding of current project management methodologies and techniques that are being applied worldwide. They also will learn relevant management skills to ensure success in working with teams and entire organizations. In addition to the core training in project management, students are instructed in the appropriate business models, theories and issues that are relevant to complex projects.

The Applied Project Management Certificate is a good fit for professionals who may not have previously received formal training, and who would like to obtain a certification that recognizes their expertise and experience. Professionals and managers who are exploring options for a career change into project management also will find the certificate to be an ideal academic and practical starting point.

Applied Project Management Certificate is designed to enable both beginning and experienced project managers to improve their practical skills and prepare for the CAPM® certification exam. 

Project management is one of the fastest growing disciplines in all sectors of business. Managers and team members from a variety of professional backgrounds are finding that they need to develop their project management skills quickly to respond to critical project requirements and achieve cost-effective results.

The need for qualified project managers is growing among a broad range of organizations and many industry fields. Expertise in project management is constantly in high demand in the areas of:

  1. Information Technology, Telecommunications and Software development
  2. Construction, Manufacturing and Engineering
  3. Health Sciences, the Education sector, many other fields.

How Does this Program Prepare Me for my PMP®?

The PMP® credential requires education in the form of a high school diploma or degree, 35 hours of project management training, at least 4,500 hours of project management
experience, and an exam. Completing this course helps you meet these requirements. For example, the program provides more than three times the required amount of project
management training, and the course content is regularly updated to match the currentversion of the PMBOK® Guide. We also provide guidance on studying for the exam.

For more information contact Rob Clark at 604.862.3953.

“PMBOK”,“Project Management Professional”, “PMP”, "CAPM" are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc