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Introduction to Project Management

Project management is the process of organizing the way that changes are implemented efficiently within an organization. 90% of global senior executives and project management experts say good project management is key to delivering successful results and gaining a competitive edge.  
At the end of the workshop, you would have enhanced your project management skills and mastered the five key elements in project management: initiation, planning, monitoring, controlling, and completion.  
Completing this full-day training will improve your ability to create and execute project work plans, define project scope and deliverables, determine project resources and staffing requirements, set project milestones, develop budget proposals and close a variety of projects. 
Who Should Attend? 
This workshop is highly recommended for any employer, manager, leader, president, or anyone who is striving to be in a supervisory role. 

REGISTER TODAY - Two 1/2 Day Sessions
Date: June 8 and June 15, 2022
Time: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm 

Members:  $225

Non-Members:  $300


Ken Molloy is the Academic Program Manager and an instructor with the University of Winnipeg's Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE) office.  He took on that role after a 28 year career as a municipal police officer, working in training, administration, patrol, fraud and child pornography investigations.  Even though Ken's work was for the city police, his work took him across Canada and to Switzerland as an investigator and a trainer. Ken has an MBA from the University of Manitoba and holds the Professional Project Management (PMP) designation.  He has been appointed a Member of the Order of Merit of the Police Forces in recognition of his work as investigator and trainer. 

For more information 
Contact Maryam Decter BAM’s Manager, Training & Development at 204-272-4590 or 


  • $300.00 (Members pay $225.00)