This 36 contact-hour program provides a focused and interactive learning experience.
SAU Professional Development will offer a Certificate in Leadership Program.
SAU Professional Development has added 1-day Project Management classes to its course offerings.
St. Ambrose University has partnered with Notre Dame to provide a two-day Supervisory Certificate program.
The Bettendorf & Pleasant Valley Business & Education Partnership is hosting an Excellence in Teaching Institute for area teachers June 8-12.
St. Ambrose University Professional Development has partnered with Drake University to provide a one-day Grant Writing workshop.
Increasing know-how at your job through professional development at St. Ambrose is one of the best career moves you can make. But really – don't take our word for it. Read what our clients have to say.
Learn from the best in this two-day Supervisory Certificate class offered by Notre Dame, designed to teach you how to navigate successfully through change in your organization.
Client feedback from a recent survey indicated that 2-day courses are much more convenient and desirable than the 3-day courses.
All courses are taught by George M. Hollins, founder of On-Track: The Strategic Solutions Company, a registered education provider with the Project Management Institute® (PMI).
Prepare to take the Project Management Institute's Project Management Professional (PMP®) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) certification exams.
LTPS is an intensive, five-day learning experience that transforms managers into leaders by creating the skills necessary to meet today's business challenges and turn vision into reality.
Join the programs of Master of Organizational Leadership, Master of Business Administration, and SAU Professional Development for a series of discussions and workshops on leadership.
The session reviews conflict situation analysis and provides participants with decision making and conflict negotiation tools.
This workshop will show the participant how to harness conflict to find new, different, and better ways of working.