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If you are a busy professional who wants to expand your current knowledge, increase your competitive edge, and stay up-to-date on emerging trends, then the Business Seminars at UAlberta Extension are for you.
Designed to keep up with the rapid changes in the business world, our suite of seminars is regularly evaluated and updated. Numerous seminars are offered throughout the year. Some focus on soft skills such as communication, time management, and networking; others deal with specific areas like budgeting, sustainability, or project management.
Short in length and packed with content, a seminar will usually last one or two days and will focus on a single skill or topic. Seminars are taught by industry experts and provide a balanced mix of theory and practical experience, ensuring that learning is immediately applicable for participants.
Learners from all sectors (government, industry, not-for-profit, and small to large enterprise) have completed these career-enhancing seminars. Whether you’re interested in building on or revitalizing your current career or are changing careers altogether, these seminars will help you to achieve your professional goals.
Program Type Professional Development
Credential Type Non-Credential
Length 1 Year or Less
Courses vary from 7 to 20+ classroom hours
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education Only
- Distance Learning
The registration deadline is 5 working days prior to the commencement date of seminar.
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Transfer(s) available outside of Transfer Alberta: Not available
Updated September 30, 2019. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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