Feminist Management Certificate Program - FMCP100
School of Community & Social Justice
The Feminist Management Certificate Program registration fee is refundable, subject to a $50. administration fee and at least 10 calendar days notification before the certificate start date. Refunds are not available after the ten days.
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This program is the result of a multi-year collaborative partnership between the Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA), the BC Society of Transition Houses (BCSTH), and the Centre for Counselling and Community Safety at the JIBC. The 20-day (10 credit) program has been designed for women who have been in a management role in their organization for at least four years.
Who should attend
This program will benefit leaders and senior managers working in women-serving agencies or who wish to introduce or enhance a feminist model of management in their organization or agency.
What participants learn
The Feminist Management Certificate focuses on the values, knowledge, and skills that are both necessary and relevant to the needs of women-serving agencies. Using a feminist, inclusive approach to service delivery as a foundation, emphasis is placed on theoretical principles and practices of feminist management. Course content and case scenarios come from the women?s sector and have been developed and updated with this context in mind.
How the certificate is offered
The certificate is composed of 11 modules, to be completed over four one-week trainings, and a final assignment for the last week of the program.
SUGGESTED LEARNING PATH
Module 1: Feminist Analysis and Practice in Management
Module 2: Human Resource Development and Management
Module 3: Managing Conflict in Organizations
Module 4: Feminist Decision-Making
Module 5: Supervision in a Feminist Context
Module 6: Creating Healthy Workplaces
Module 7: Values-Based Strategic Planning and Policy Development
Module 8: Financial Management
Module 9: Promoting Healthy Board/Staff (Collective) Relationships
Module 10: Program Evaluation for Women-Serving Agencies
Module 11: Creative Fundraising and Proposal Writing
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Note that additional fees and taxes may apply in addition to listed tuition price. Tuition listed below is for Canadian students and permanent residents. International students should contact the Registration Office to obtain international tuition prices.
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