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1-Day Workshops - NEW!

Your employer. Your family. Your friends. Everyone, it seems, expects you to do more – which means it’s more challenging than ever to commit to the learning and development you need to outperform and advance your career.

That’s why Canadian Management Centre has designed a series of quick career development sessions that pack a powerful punch, helping you maximize your busy schedule while still reaping the benefits of an interactive, practical, invigorating and inspiring learning experience. Our new high-performance 1-Day Workshops offer a concentrated focus on the topics of your choice, helping you develop fundamental knowledge and hands-on skills to take you where you want your career to go. Now you can unleash your brilliance – in just one day.

1-Day Workshops include:



  • Kiara Sol

  • "  The way Harry lead the course gave me a lot of insight and confidence in Project Management.  "

  • "  The instructor has a breadth of global, real world experience.  "

  • "  An exceptional course. The course was very well coordinated. The social activities were well placed during the week to help facilitate networking ...  "

    Ken Budzak
    ISC - Information Services Corporation

  • "  John – you will be remembered! Excellent interactive learning, audio visuals, content knowledge, presentation!  "

    Deborah Shannon
    Shannon Communications

  • Christel McFatridge

  • "  The training was excellent; far more than I expected in terms of amount of information covered and the depth in which we were able to get into some of the topics.  "

    Sean De Vries
    Panasonic Canada

  • "  The exercises were terrific. I am going to see if our teams are forming, storming, norming or performing. I am also going to look at the DiSC exercise we did to see if there are things I can do to perform more effectively with others.  "

  • "  I enjoyed how the facilitator adapted the course to the needs of participants while still achieving the objectives.  "

  • "  The number of course participants allowed a direct interaction between the trainer and students. Also, the trainer used the structure of topics and challenging statements to wake the students up from their day-to-day work procedures.  "