Management and Supervision

Professional Development Certificate

Managers and supervisors play a pivotal role in any organization’s growth and success. Develop and enhance your ability to engage your team, make decisions, problem solve, handle conflict and communicate with purpose. Discover new and practical strategies you can adopt immediately to effectively supervise and manage others within an evolving workplace. Walk away with a greater capacity to contribute to your organization’s success, as well as your own.

Learning and Career Growth:

These courses will help you:
• Identify the competencies, skills and attributes you need to be successful in your role
• Create an environment that empowers and inspires employees to succeed
• Apply critical thinking strategies to problem solve, make decisions and manage priorities
• Communicate effectively and manage difficult issues and conflict in the workplace
• Improve team morale, engagement and performance

Duration and Delivery:

This certificate consists of 7 courses (6 required courses and 1 elective), 7 hours each in length, for a total of 49 instructional hours. The certificate may be completed in as little as six months. Some courses may be offered online or face to face at Allard Hall, City Centre Campus. Each individual course will have more information on course delivery.


Course fees are $399 and the total cost to complete the full certificate is $2,793 based on the current course fees. Fees are listed with individual courses and do not include supplies unless otherwise indicated. Fees are subject to change.

Getting Started

There are no admission requirements for this program. You can simply register for a course at any time.


Professional Development Certificate


If you have any questions about your enrolment, or if you would prefer not to enrol online, contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

School of Continuing Education
phone: 780-497-4400
toll-free: 1-855-797-4400

We're moving

The School of Continuing Education will move to Allard Hall at City Centre Campus Fall 2020.