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Management Principles for Public Health Professionals

In collaboration with the  Canadian Consortium of Environmental Public Health Educators and funded by the  Public Health Agency of Canada, the Faculty of Professional Education at Concordia University College of Alberta has developed and offers this 1.5 university credit course in September, 2008.

Students will develop an in-depth understanding of the theory and
practice of management skills applicable to Public Health
Professionals. Topics covered include the core key functions of
Management: planning, organizing, leading and controlling, social
responsibility and managing change.

Lead Instructor: Richard Ford, Ph.D.
Associate Instructor: Ed Brownfield, M.Sc., C.H.R.P.
Contributors: Robert Bradbury. MBA, CPHI (C), William Hohn, MPH, CPHI(C), Anthony Mak, M.Sc., CPHI(C)

Target Groups: a. Environmental Public Health professionals with CPHI(C) certification and b. Public Health Practitioners, minimum 2 years work experience in a public health discipline and minimum 2 years (minimum 24 credits) of educational, experience in either a diploma or baccalaureate program in a  post-secondary institution

Delivery Mode and Duration: Long distance, web-based utilizing the Concordia Course Management System (CCMS), 10 weeks, September 15-November 24, 2008.

Tuition Fee:  $375.00

For more information, including application instructions, please visit http://envirohealth.concordia.ab.ca/newcourse.htm.  All documentation must be received by August 18, 2008.