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First Nations Health Managers Association offer Intensive Course 200 – Leadership and Strategy – Edmonton, AB – November 27 – December 1, 2017
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First Nations Health Managers Association offer Intensive Course 200 – Leadership and Strategy –
Edmonton, AB – November 27 – December 1, 2017
Summary: FNHMA Course 200 – Leadership and Strategy
Five day onsite training session in Edmonton, AB: November 27, December 1, 2017
Registration deadline: October 30, 2017
Location: Edmonton, AB.
The First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) is offering Course 200 Leadership and Strategy in an intensive format. This is the second of five courses required in the First Nations Health Managers program leading to the Certified First Nations Health Managers (CFNHM) professional designation.
About the course
Key topics for the course are:
Problem-solving and Decision-making
Working with People
Working with Change
This intensive course is delivered over a nine week period. Starting in November, students should receive their course material and begin the required readings, the course will conclude in December with a final assignment. The tuition cost for this course is $2,300 plus applicable taxes for members, and $2,475 for non-members.
The intensive format involves a five day onsite session in Edmonton, AB, starting on Monday, November 27, and finishing on Friday, December 1. This course is taught by one of our friendly, experienced CFNHM instructors who is there to help guide participants through the course material and ensure all participants leave with a valuable learning experience.
“As someone who is relatively new to developing strategic plans and organizational performance management, this course was exceedingly enlightening and helped fit all the pieces of the puzzle together.”
“Thank you, FNHMA for making my job easier. I would recommend this training to all First Nation managers and leaders.”
Please Note: Participants are responsible for their own travel, accommodations and meals.