Do you know someone how is considering post-secondary training in the mechanical contracting industry? If so, encourage them to apply for one of the many scholarships we have available under the Richard McKeagan Scholarship Series.
Thanks to the generous support of our partners, we have created 13 scholarships with a combined total of more than $26,000. Every scholarship is slightly different, which means there’s funding available for a wide range of students and needs.
Don’t delay. Our submission deadline is July 31, and announcements will be made by the end of August.
MCABC and the Construction Education Council (CEC) proudly present the exclusive Gold Seal Accredited Project Management Program.
This course is designed to help you:
- improve the planning and controlling of your projects, thereby improving your company’s bottom line.
- take a business view of projects and take ownership of a project from bid to final payment.
- increase your own project “lessons learned” by learning from experiences of other participants.
- be able and willing to contribute improvements to your company’s project management process.
- be better prepared to take the gold seal examination, if you choose.
- enjoy your projects!
Dates in British Columbia and Ontario
For our Western audiences, the course will be hosted at the Executive Plaza Hotel, in Coquitlam, B.C. The first week of training runs from October 24–28, and the second week runs from November 14–18.
For Ontario personnel, the course will be hosted at the University of Waterloo. The first week of training runs from November 14–18, and the second week from December 12–16.
Don't delay. Space in either program is limited to just 24 attendees.
CEC’s Advanced Project Management course will prepare seasoned project managers for future advancement and increased responsibilities. The new program was created to build off the highly successful 10-day program. The course will provide 28 hours of Gold Seal accredited industry-specific, advanced level project management training.
Graduates of the program will bring back to their companies’ strategies for making their projects even more successful. Senior project skills that will be covered include:
- The Art of Facilitative Leadership
- Organizational Planning – Portfolio Management
- Financial and Basic Accounting Principles for Project Managers
- Principles of Lean for Construction
This program is designed specifically for the mechanical contracting industry.
Our first week of training runs from November 29 to December 2 at the University of Waterloo.
Registration is limited to just 24 participants. Don't delay!