January 7, 2022

Offline courses

School of Continuing Studies
The objective of the capstone course is to have the professional learner produce and present a piece of work that demonstrates an understanding of the core concepts in Managerial Finance program of study. Throughout the capstone project process students will be challenged to think creatively,...
Jan 7—15, 2022
9 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States
1,055 USD
Alberta School of Business
As a health and safe­ty prac­ti­tion­er your prac­tice is gov­erned by an array of Fed­er­al and Provin­cial leg­is­la­tion and pol­i­cy. This course, which is based on cur­rent leg­is­la­tion, will guide stu­dents through the key ele­ments of the reg­u­la­to­ry envi­ron­ment gov­ern­ing...
Jan 7—Feb 6, 2022
1 day in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Online courses

ASPE | Techtown
Data Analysis is an ever-evolving discipline with lots of focus on new predictive modeling techniques coupled with rich analytical tools that keep increasing our capacity to handle big data. However, in order to chart a coherent path forward, it is necessary to understand where the discipline has...
Jan 7—8, 2022
Online course
1,295 USD
4 more dates
Teachers College Columbia University
The purpose of this online, two-week non-credit Workshop is to provide educators with insight and practice with teaching applications that stem from most recent research for teaching struggling readers, including English Learners. The Workshop’s teaching applications for both assessment and...
Jan 7—Feb 20, 2022
Online course
495 USD
Management Concepts
Spending decisions under Federal grants is challenging, especially with strict guidelines around what’s allowed and what isn’t. Understanding how to charge costs to grant awards and properly document decisions to defend against disallowances will enable you to manage your award more effectively....
Jan 7, 2022
Online course