University Management Course #UM_UMC
June 16 -21, 2019
Canadian Museum For Human Rights
Accommodation at the Hotel Fort Garry
Last year nearly 80 senior academic leaders, administrators and managers from across Canada gathered in Winnipeg from June 10 to 15, 2018 for CHERD’s Senior University Administrators Course (SUAC) and University Management Course (UMC). Offering programs in Winnipeg, provided a unique opportunity for joint sessions with expert guest speakers. Building on this model, the 2019 Flagship Programs will again be offered at the same time and same place. Join us for a week of exceptional Higher Education Professional Development in Winnipeg.
University Management Course (UMC)
UMC is a five-day residential program for administrators and managers in both academic and administrative areas of the higher education system including department heads, directors, managers, and senior executive assistants.
Offered by the Centre for Higher Education Research and Development (CHERD) at the University of Manitoba, UMC has served the professional development needs of over 1000 managers and administrators. The course provides participants with the skills and knowledge to build and enhance leadership and management skills and manage more effectively and efficiently in a continually changing higher education environment.
UMC 2019 is a five-day on-site program June 16-21, 2019.
All course materials are provided online
Pre-reading materials and select activities will be available online one week prior to the face to session and participants are expected to join the online pre-week.
Flagship Facilitation Team
UMC 2019 and SUAC 2019 will be led by our exceptional Flagship Facilitation Team. The team will also be joined by expert presenters (information coming soon).
Dr. Sheila Brown President Emerita, MSVU and current higher education consultant
Ms. Janice Gaudet Former Director HR, MSVU and current HR higher education consultant
Ms. Trudy Pound-Curtis, Former AVP Finance and CFO, York University
Dr. Tom Chase, Provost and VP Academic, University of Regina
Dr. Alan Davis, President and Vice-Chancellor, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
$4,100 include all course materials, tuition, breaks, and some meals.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Fort Garry Hotel for UMC 2019. The hotel is about an eight minute walk from the Canadian Museum of Human Rights where the program will be held. We advise you to make your reservations as soon as possible. The Fort Garry Hotel can be reached at 204-942-8251 and please quote group code 11390K.
Participants are nominated to UMC by their home institutions. Universities and colleges are encouraged to nominate individuals both in academic and administrative positions who would benefit from attending a higher education management development program. Nominees should apply directly to UMC 2019 via the online application form.
Applications are now open.