Diploma in Project Management

Diploma in Project Management (840 hours)

Program Location :Vancouver, Surrey and Abbotsford
Program Type :Full-Time

This program will prepare the students to manage and schedule projects till its maturity. The students will learn the skills needed to move a project through conceptualization, initiation, planning, execution, control, and closing. The curriculum is designed in collaboration with industry and closely following the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) guidelines. The curriculum is also enhanced by the hands-on integration of technology tools like Microsoft Project software and industry case studies focusing on Operation Management and Effective Communication. This program will prepare future project administrators/managers who oversee a company’s projects from start to finish, ensuring each facet is executed with skill and efficiency.



Business Communication: Polishing Your Professional Presencehelps students achieve the highest level of professionalism when conducting business. With a clear communication model that helps students professionally analyze and react to any sort of business situation, this text stresses the importance of etiquette in successful entrepreneurial practices. 

The 4th Edition my Lab  relates business communication to modern technologies and social media outlets, bringing the text into the context of our digital world. With a focus on learning and exercising skills in writing, speaking, critical thinking, and collaborating with peers, the text prepares students for the social and communicative challenges they will face as successful businesspeople. 

This course covers introductory Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.  


The Exploring Microsoft® Office 365®series moves students beyond rote tasks to a deeper comprehension of how, when, and why to apply Office skills. A market leader for over 20 years, the collection helps students achieve high-level learning outcomes by engaging them in the way they learn best — through hands-on practice. A dozen exercises in each chapter range from multiple-choice questions to open-ended projects. Revised to reflect Microsoft Office 365, the 2019 edition adds new critical thinking assignments to help students build fundamental 21st-century skills. 

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Business Communication Essentials’ integrated learning system helps you develop your communication skills so you will be prepared for the workplace. The following features of the text will help you learn and apply the communication skills needed for a successful career: 

The related Tips for Success give you advice from Canadian business leaders and communication experts on the chapter’s topic. The Three-Step Writing Process, which includes planning, writing, and completing, offers you a practical strategy for writing business messages. This process is applied throughout the text to all business communication tasks. 

Model Documents provide a wide selection of documents that you can examine, critique, and revise. In addition, pairs of poor and improved drafts help you recognize the best writing practices. 

Pointers appear near many sample documents, giving you a concise list of writing tips. You will also find these pointers handy when you are on the job and need to refresh your memory about effective writing techniques. 


This course introduces students to the role of Operations Managers in any business – service provider or manufacturer – and begins to explore the wide range of contributions that these people make to the organization. Operations managers are involved in helping manage resources effectively so that the organization can, in an efficient and competitive way, supply products and/or services that meet the needs of its customers. By the end of the course, students will have developed an awareness of some of the activities and decisions that Operations Managers are involved with as they strive to continuously improve all aspects of the way the organization designs, produces, and delivers the products or services that its customers demand.  

 Careers in Operations Management are challenging, rewarding, and diverse, and an important goal of the course is to help students build an awareness of the variety of career paths open to someone with an operations Management background. Students will be able to identify common Operations Management-related positions in an organization and begin to identify the skills and abilities that are commonly required to be successful in this field. Students will begin to assess whether Operations Management is a good “fit” for their own interests and career goals. .

The module is designed to provide students with the baseline knowledge of the tools and techniques required to manage projects. The course follows the methodology of managing projects as recommended by the Project Management Institute, (PMI). The topics cover all of the project management knowledge areas, in addition to the tools and techniques that are used for managing projects successfully.  

Horngren’s Accounting presents the core content of the accounting course in a fresh format designed to help today’s learner succeed. The often difficult and intimidating topics in introductory accounting courses are reinforced with a wide variety of exercises and problems allowing students to practice similar questions many times until the concepts are clear. 

The course will be delivered with ease using any delivery method–traditional, self-paced, or online–and students will learn and practice accounting in a variety of ways that meet their learning needs and study preferences. In addition, my accounting lab provided a pathway to online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to engage students and improve results. Within its structured environment, the course permits will allow to practice what they learn, test their understanding, and pursue a personalized study plan that helps them better absorb course material and understand difficult concepts. 

 The course allows engaged learning and help achieve greater conceptual understanding of course material. The worked examples bring learning to life, and algorithmic practice allows students to apply the very concepts they are reading about.  


The module is designed to provide students with the understanding of the project management processes as they relate to the scope and quality management. These processes are reviewed in detail, including the development of the scope statement and the quality assurance plan. Techniques for controlling scope changes and overall project quality are discussed. Tools such as the Project Charter, Work Breakdown Structure, Quality Checklist, and Audits are discussed and used in detail. 

Contemporary Business Mathematics with Canadian Applications is intended for use in introductory mathematics of finance courses in post-secondary business management, marketing, accounting, and finance programs. It also provides a review of basic mathematics. 

The primary objective of the text is to increase the student’s knowledge and skill in the solution of practical financial and operational problems encountered in operating a business. 

Each topic in each chapter is followed by practice exercises containing numerous drill questions and application problems. At the end of each chapter, Review Exercises, Self-Test, integrate the material presented. 

This module is designed to provide students with a detailed understanding of the tools and techniques required to procure goods and services for projects. It will introduce students to the methodology of purchasing goods and services from both the buyer and seller’s perspective. The module also focuses on managing these activities in order to complete the procurement of goods and services for the project successfully. This module will also focus on Project Cost Management which involves the formulating, estimating, evaluating and documenting of project economic outcomes in order to provide learners with the required theoretical underpinning and application of the principles of project costing and financing.

This module is designed to provide students with learning the processes for project scheduling and responding to risks. Students explore the impact of scope, time, cost and quality goals on schedules, budgets, and risk management. Students create schedules, project budgets, risk responses and contingency plans for projects from different sectors of the economy. 

This module is designed to provide students with learning the processes and activities used to identify, define, combine, unify, and coordinate the various processes and project management activities across the life cycle of a project. Project management integration includes unification, consolidation, communication, and integrative actions that draw upon the project management knowledge groups and practices, which make up the framework of structured project management methodology. 

This module is designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of the principles and practices of managing different stakeholders. Students will develop an understanding of how to identify and address stakeholder interests and how to manage their engagement effectively. Students will also learn how to manage efficient communication among the stakeholders.

The module is designed to provide students with essential software skills to aid in project planning, documentation, and communication. Students will use a variety of computer applications to support business decisions made within a project. Students will become proficient in using project management software to plan, create, organize, analyze, and format projects. Students learn the skills to create professional presentations, well-formatted business documents, and professional workbooks as well as detailed and precise project files.

This course introduces students to effective techniques to manage conflicts that arise during the project management process. This module will explore how to develop conflict resolution and negotiation skills, using a personalized approach. Students will learn the psychological and sociological factors inherent in the negotiation process. The course will further explore the complexities of negotiations, by looking at how conflict is related and how temperaments and personality traits impact the process. 

Academically rigorous yet engaging and practical, Academic Transformations successfully balances cognitive theory and research with realistic and proven skills that readers can deftly apply to their college careers. Utilizing a narrative tone, eye-catching design, and plentiful real-life examples, this text bestows students with life lessons covering the subjects of motivation, procrastination, time management, stress management, and behavior redirection — all while giving readers a solid understanding of why certain strategies lead to goal achievement.  

The course content has been restructured and revised based on intensive feedback from college and university faculty members across the country that used the first edition text in their classrooms. 

The course Incorporates some of the latest research in brain-based learning and cognitive psychology and the corresponding learning strategies that are supported by these findings. 

In addition, the course has been updated to be particularly responsive to the distinctive issues and pressures of today’s post-modern students. 

Following admission requirements will apply based on the status of candidates: − 18 years of age or older; Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field − International Students – For Language proficiency

  • IELTS 5.5 overall band with no band less than 5.0 in each module.
  • TOEFL Academic (Score 46-59),
  • Pearson (PTE) Academic (Score 43-50)
  • CELPIP (Score of 6 in each Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking)
  • Cambridge English Assessments (Score 162),
  • In-house English Language Test (Score 35 – 50).

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