Vancouver Community College’s Management Skills for Supervisors Certificate provides practical, up-to-date supervisory/management training in three core areas: Interpersonal Communication Skills, Team Skills, and Essential Management Skills.
Exploring topics vital to personal and organizational success, students learn to lead and motivate teams to achieve maximum productivity through the use of supervisory management skills in the areas of performance management, motivation, team development, coaching, delegating, communication, and interpersonal dynamics.
|Start||Length||Credentials||Campus||Part- or Full-time|
|September, January, April||1 to 3 years||Certificate||Downtown||Part-time|
This program does not have any additional admission requirements.
International students must first contact International Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-443-8600 to determine eligibility for this program.
|If you're ready and know the program you want, register now.||Download and complete the (PDF) application/registration form and mail it to VCC Registrar's Office||Visit the Registration Desk at our Downtown campus, 2nd floor, 250 West Pender Street, Vancouver [map & business hours]|
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
On completion of the Management Skills for Supervisors Certificate, students will be able to:
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES, DESIGN AND DELIVERY MODE
Courses involve lectures, presentations, discussions, practical examples, and individual and group work. Learning will be enhanced by a variety of interactive classroom activities, collaborative team activities, and case studies.
The interactive and practical exercises give students the opportunity to take an active role and “learn by doing”.
Three semesters: one 24-hour course is offered each semester.
EVALUATION OF STUDENT LEARNING
Students are evaluated through:
Upon successful completion of this program, and once an application for graduation has been submitted to the registrar’s office, the student will receive a Vancouver Community College Management Skills for Supervisors Certificate.
Graduates may ladder into BCIT's part-time Certificate Programs in Leadership, Human Resource Management, or Business Management.
VCC welcomes applications from Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
|Please note that not all Continuing Studies programs are available to international students. To determine your eligibility, please contact VCC’s International Education Office at: email@example.com or 604.443.8600.
As Vancouver Community College is a post-secondary institution committed to educating adult learners, applicants should be 18 years of age or older or a graduate of a secondary school.
Missing prerequisites? VCC offers courses in Adult Upgrading and English as an Additional Language to help you meet your goals.
These courses do not have additional admission requirements and are open to individuals who wish to take one or more courses.
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Examine the roles and responsibilities of managers: developing and implementing effective communication strategies, analyzing leadership styles and perspectives, and researching motivational strategies. Topics include performance management strategies, time management, conflict resolution, recruiting, interviewing, and time and stress management.
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|Essential Management Skills
|Interpersonal Communication Skills
Fees for Continuing Studies programs and courses are approximate and subject to change without notice. Fees include GST (if applicable) as well as College Initiative and Resource Fees, which vary depending on the individual course. Student Union Fees and UPass Fees will be assessed at time of registration where applicable, and are not included in the fees displayed online. Students are responsible for any increase in fees if advanced payments are made.