WO CE62 - Soft Skills in the Water and Wastewater Context 2 - Projects

This 5 day course will provide participants with an introductory working knowledge of the fundamentals involved in becoming a project manager. The phases and steps, intricacies and organizational skills needed to successfully lead a project from concept to completion will be discussed. This course will also provide tools and techniques that help students work step-by-step through workplace problems and scenarios.
This course is especially recommended for water & wastewater operators who:
- were recently promoted to a supervisory or management role, or are interested in advancing to a supervisory or management role in the future, or
- are interested in brushing up their project management skills and taking them to the next level, or
- want to earn CEU credits that can be applied to water or wastewater systems continuing education requirements.

This course is also relevant to health professionals, technicians or any other water sector workers and front line supervisors, or homeowners involved and/or interested in water and health & safety.

This course is approved for 3.0 related CEUs for SWWS, SWS, WWC, WWT, WD, and WT EOCP certifications.
Provider: BC Water and Waste Association (BCWWA)
http://www.bcwwa.org/component/content/article/90-operator-education/co…

Course Topics & Objectives and Course Agenda
http://www.trainingregistry.eocp.ca/get/showCourseDetails.php?CourseNum…

This course will typically be offered every 3-5 years at Ayamdigut and was never held yet. It will likely be offered in 2018-2019.

Credits: 0.0
no scheduled sessions