This is a great course if you really want to learn project management by doing. The case study that runs throughout the course translates learning into practical application which reinforces the learning. It is also a great introduction to higher level management/business courses.”
- Victoria Smith, MCPM 2015, Special Special Projects and Sustainability Manager, Strathcona Regional District
This course gave me the “why” to all the various leadership, planning, monitoring, and even operations plans that I deal with on a constant basis. MCPM weaves all these threads into a coherent fabric that leadership can use to propel their organizations to the next level.”
- Jason Cheney, MCPM 2015, Commanding Officer, DND
The overall atmosphere of the course was fun and informative. I learned more than I expected to as a project manager. I appreciated the seriousness of the information balanced with the lighthearted approach to real world training.”
- Amber McMillan, MCPM 2015, Project Manager - Amberschoisez
- Robert Stewart, MCPM 2015, Manager, Dispatch Training, Development & QI, BC Emergency Health Services
This program provides excellent value both through its content and the way it is structured. Great topics, instructors and very good opportunities to share experience and knowledge with other participants.”
Laura Stoicescu, PMP, Project Manager, Fraser Stream Software
The MCPM was great opportunity to learn from educated professionals in the fields and collaborate with team members of very different backgrounds to provide a fantastic learning experience.”
- Muhammad Azam, MCPM 2015, CEO, Project Native
What you will learn:
In project simulation, all participants apply their learning to propose, plan, execute and deliver a full-scale realistic project in teams
Many graduates tell us that this is the best part of the whole program. It serves to pull it all together – all of the knowledge, tools, techniques and relationships coming together to complete the program and the student’s tool kit.
Students have been working on the project simulation throughout the program and now they will execute the project – a unique, exciting and somewhat stressful experience. Just like real life.
While the MCPM program is a part-time, non-credit program and is not eligible for assistance through Student Aid BC student loans, there are a number of grants awards and discounts available to our participants.
We are pleased to announce the continuation of the PMI-VI® Vancouver Island Education Award.
This $1000 award is made available annually by the Vancouver Island chapter of the Project Management Institute to help offset tuition costs for the Masters Certificate in Project Management program. The award also includes a one-year local and national PMI® membership.
The award is open to any resident of Vancouver Island who is pursuing, or desiring to pursue, a career in the field of project management, and who would be unable to participate in the Masters Certificate in Project Management Program without the assistance of this $1000 award. The funds must be used within one year of the award being granted. Find out more about the award.
Applicants are required to provide a 250 - 500 word essay detailing their interest in project management and need for financial support.
The current award application deadline is March 31, 2017, and the successful applicant may apply the award to tuition in the Fall 2017 or Spring 2018 programs.
Apply now by filling out the application form and submitting by email to Executive Programs.
Members of the local chapters of PMI (PMI Vancouver Island and the PMI Canadian West Coast Chapter) will also receive a 10% ($810) discount on the tuition fee for this program.
Simply indicate that you are a member on the registration form and email us a copy of your membership information.