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Leadership and Change Certificate
Are you planning and preparing to take on a more senior or advanced leadership role in your career? Management occupations are one of the top three major occupational groups facing a skills shortage with 68 per cent of job openings in British Columbia coming from replacement demand due to retirements by 2024 (British Columbia 2024 Labour Market Outlook).
This applied leadership certificate is designed to enhance the character and competencies of learners and future leaders in five critical areas.
Learners participate in a blend of three online courses and one five-day residency.
Stan Amaladas (PhD)
Stan is currently a Research Associate with the Mauro Centre for Peace & Justice, St. Paul’s College, at the University of Manitoba.
As a scholar-practitioner in the discipline of leadership and leadership development, Stan brings 25 years of public sector and higher learning experience. With the Federal Public Service, Stan spent most of his time as a Senior Organizational Change Consultant, and Sr. Consultant in Learning & Development. He had the privilege of serving in departments like Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canadian Heritage, Public Works & Government Services, Canada, and Revenue Canada.
Within institutions of higher learning, Stan served as an Associate Professor/Acting Director, School of Leadership Studies,Royal Roads University, Faculty Chair, Student Engagement & Success, School of Public Policy & Administration, Walden University, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Leadership & Management, Walden University, Senior Learning and Change Consultant, Learning & Development, University of Manitoba.
The Canada-B.C. Job Grant (CJG) is now accepting applications from eligible employers, and organizations acting on behalf of employers, under the Priority Sectors stream. Employers must contribute one-third of the cost of training, with the Grant covering two-thirds of the cost. For further information regarding the B.C.Job Grant, please refer to the workbc website.