For the 5th year in a row, I am so pleased to be partnering with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta (CPA Alberta) to deliver high-quality cost-effective leadership training in a series of twelve “public” programs until March 2019. Each of these sessions is eligible for professional development credits in most professional associations. Five sessions took place in October already, but I now have two more dates coming up in December in Calgary and Edmonton.
On Tuesday December 3 in Calgary and on Tuesday December 17 in Edmonton, I’ll be facilitating Just for Leaders: Project management 101. In this fast-paced and content-rich day, I’ll be covering a broad, yet practical overview of project management – the nuts-and-bolts skills combined with the non-technical components, the details tied into the big picture. My focus will be on giving you what you need to successfully manage projects without having to attend days or even weeks of in-depth project management training.
If you belong to a professional association that requires you to complete a specified number of professional development credits annually, then these one-day programs will most definitely qualify (and may be one of your last chances to get your 2019 requirement met).
You don’t have to be a member of CPA Alberta to attend
Even if you aren’t a member of the CPA Alberta, these are “public” programs which means that they are open to ANYONE from ANY organization … you DO NOT have to be a member of CPA Alberta to register. These one-day sessions are very reasonably priced at a fraction of what it can cost through some commercial vendors, and if you register early, you can get even more savings. Add in a continental breakfast and a light lunch, and the fact that we get to spend the day together … how could life get any better?
For further information on these (or other) courses, go to the Search page at the CPA Alberta site and enter “Gupta” in the Instructor field. You will be able to register here as well. You will need to create a secure account on their system in order to register; it’s a quick and easy process.
Let me know if you register for either of these events. That way I know to watch for you there!
If you’re planning ahead, I have five more programs, all eligible for professional development credits, coming up in March 2020. You can learn more about them at this previous blog post.