NIGP-Courses Offered in Edmonton

 

NIGP – Canada West Chapter is currently offering the following courses in Edmonton:

Ethics a Survival Kit for Public Procurement, April 27, 2017

Being ethical isn’t always easy.  Procurement professionals have to make many decisions under economic, professional, social and political pressure.  From the basic day-to-day to the complex decisions, this course is a comprehensive study that will equip the public procurement professional to deal with those decisions ethically.

8 Contact Hours – Qualifies for Non-Accredited Recertification

Instructor: Donna Zeeh Chorley

Cost:      $285.00 (Institute Member)

$385.00 (Non-Member)

Preparing for the Age of Licensing – May 18, 2017

With the influence of ever-changing trends, many businesses are moving from selling goods to instead licensing the use of these goods in order to create streams of revenue. This trend will increase, particularly with the advent of new technologies such as 3-D printing and cloud storage. This course will discuss how these trends affect both the economy and public procurement, and participants will learn how to develop the necessary strategies and techniques for dealing with these changes.

8 Contact Hours – Qualifies for Non-Accredited Recertification

Instructor: Michael Kolodisner

Cost:      $285.00 (Institute Member)

$385.00 (Non-Member)

Developing and Managing Request for Proposals – October 25, 26 and 27, 2017

This course is uniquely designed to prepare procurement professionals to use the Request for Proposals (RFP) process to its maximum potential. The class agenda will identify the process, offer a key understanding of the elements of the proposal, and ascertain ways in which the document can be used to its full capability.

24 Contact Hours – Qualifies for Accredited Recertification

(this course will be posted early in the new calendar year 2017 and another email will be sent once posted on the NIGP National Site)

To get more information regarding these courses and to register, please visit the NIGP National Site at http://www.nigp.org/grow-professionally/education/take-a-course