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Continuing Education offering certificates, courses, and workshops

Continuing Education is offering a variety of upcoming learning opportunities. University of Windsor staff, students, alumni, and Hire UWindsor partners are eligible for discounts on most offerings.

Explore upcoming opportunities:

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Become a Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and an indispensable champion for continuous improvement. This interactive course starts April 3 online. Registration closes April 1.

Human Resources Management Essentials
This six-hour class will highlight the guidelines for effective recruitment, selection, performance management, and training. Participants will have the opportunity to examine the impact of employment legislation and organizational strategy on human resources management practices. This course is divided into two sessions of three hours each taking place online April 6 and 13. This course is part of the miniMBA certificate but can be taken as a standalone course.

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging in the Workplace
This course offers a roadmap and tools for organizations to co-create equitable and inclusive workplace practices emphasizing the value of diversity and inclusion. This course is divided into two sessions of three hours each taking place online April 8 and 10. An in-person session is offered on June 12.

Applied Leadership Program
Make professional connections and gain practical leadership experience through expert coaching and leadership challenges presented by industry project partner Stellantis. Starts April 18 in-person.


Stats Prep: Intro to Basic Quantitative Methods
This prep class covers core concepts of basic quantitative methods, and helps students understand key mathematical concepts, complete practice questions, and build their confidence. This course should be taken one or two semesters before enrolling in SOSC 2500 Basic Quantitative Methods credit class. Starts April 23 online.

Indigenous People of Southwestern Ontario
An introductory course on the social, cultural, and historical resurgence of Indigenous knowledge and practices with a particular focus on the Anishinabe of southwestern Ontario. The one-day class will give learners a better sense of Indigenous traditions to prepare the workplace to design and deliver culturally appropriate program of these clients. Two sessions are available: April 25 or June 5, in-person.

Project Management Courses

Accelerated Project Management Certificate
Project Management Essentials starts Apr. 24 online.

PMP® Exam Prep
The course is an intense review of the PMP exam material. Starts May 3 online.

Certificate in Cybersecurity
Mapped to CompTIA Security+ curriculum, this course explores the fundamental topics of threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities, the architecture and design of a system, effective implementation of security solutions, incident response and governance, and risk and compliance. Starts April 29 online.

Arrhythmia and 12 Lead Interpretation Workshop
This workshop is designed for those who have experience in basic Lead II ECG interpretation and wish to learn how to analyze and interpret 12 lead ECGs. This workshop is divided into two sessions of four hours each taking place May 7 and 9 online.

The Fundamentals of Race and Anti-Black Racism
Through case studies and the sharing of experiences, participants explore their own relationships to power, privilege, and oppression to enhance their awareness within their personal and professional interactions. Limited spots are available for active full-time and part-time employees to receive $100 off towards the course. Starts Oct. 2 online.

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