Leadership in Consulting Engineering Certificate Program
Continue your Career Development with ACEC-BC
The Leadership in Consulting Engineering Certificate Program is a comprehensive, 8 course series designed to meet the needs of consulting engineering firms. The curriculum is directed towards emerging principals and design professionals who are looking to take the next step in their career as a business leader.
2018 Schedule of Activities:
All activities will be held in downtown Vancouver. Venues to be confirmed.
April 18 Pre-Class Reception
April 26 Business Development for Engineers
May 17 Effective Business Communications
May 24 Networking Happy Hour Meet Up #1
Guest Leader: Allan Russell, McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd.
June 14 Navigating Difficult Conversations - Counter-Intuitive Strategies for Dealing with Challenging Situations
July 18 Contract Language: Existing and Evolving Trends
Sept. 20 Financial Statement Analysis for the Non-Accountant
Oct. 2 Networking Happy Hour Meet Up #2
Guest Leader: TBC
Oct. 31 Building the Best Team: Recruitment
Nov. 22 Building the Best Team: Retention
Dec. 11 Leadership: Core Skills Development
Dec. 17 Post-Series Celebrations & Graduation
For more details on each session, download the Program Brochure or click on each session above to be directed to the seminar page.
$1,800 + GST. Participation fee includes: Pre-Class Reception, 8, four-hour sessions, resource materials, hot breakfasts, 2 Networking Happy Hour Meet Ups, Post-Series Celebrations & Graduation.
Complete the Registration Form and return to ACEC-BC by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consulting engineering firms can access up to $15,000 per employee per fiscal year to invest in employee training through the Canada-BC Job Grant. For assistance with completing the grant application, contact Shirley Hui email@example.com or Shelley Shumas firstname.lastname@example.org at Small Business BC.
Criteria for Participation
Deadline for registration: April 3, 2018
Q: I am unable to make it to one of the classes. May I send a substitute or will I be able to make up the class?
A: Substitutes are not accepted, but you may make up the session during the following year's class calendar.
Q: I would like to attend a couple of the sessions, but I'm unable to commit to the entire program - can I do this?
A: Yes, there will be limited spots open to the public for each seminar. The fee per course for ACEC-BC members is $245 + GST, and $295 + GST for non-members.
Q: I would like to attend the Networking Happy Hour Meet Ups, but I did not sign up for the program, am I allowed to?
A: Unfortunately, the Networking Happy Hour Meet Ups are only open to students registered for the series.
Further questions on the program can be directed to Lia Spidlen, email@example.com or by phone 604-687-2811 ext. 4.
Meet the Faculty: