Management Skills for Supervisors

About This Program

This is a non-credit program offered on a part-time basis, one day per week over 4 weeks. For more information or to register, call 403.529.3844 or visit Continuing Studies. Course can be found under the Business and Leadership section.

Combine professional knowledge with people skills to thrive in your management role with increased confidence and purpose. Great leaders are known for their ability to communicate clearly and effectively, listen to problems and provide solutions, and encourage motivation and goals. The Management Skills for Supervisors certificate program will develop your leadership skills or refine existing skills to drive your career to the next level.

Participants will receive a personalized Certificate of Completion for the series.

For upcoming dates and times and to register for courses, please click here. Prices are subject to change.

Management Skills for Supervisors
$1495 + GST

Day 1: Foundations of Management
In this course, you will examine management styles and understand the process of transitioning from colleague to supervisor. You will gain understanding of your own unique management identity and incorporate decision-making tools to improve your effectiveness as a manager. 

Day 2: Effective Communication
Explore best practices for effective communication in your workplace. Determine what you need from others and what they need from you to ensure open, honest and productive communication. Develop your own management ‘voice’ with an inter/intrapersonal action plan.

Day 3: Conflict Resolution for Supervisors
Conflict is a natural aspect of most work environments. The key is to manage conflict in a way that is productive and respectful. In this course, you will be introduced to and work with a conflict resolution process that you can implement into your daily work culture.

Day 4: Synergy of Team
One of the keys for success as a manager of people is to understand the dynamics of effective and collaborative teams. Explore the role of team members and the characteristics of successful teams while you develop an action plan for dealing with non-functioning teams.


There are no formal admission requirements for this program.

Program Contact

For more information, contact:

Medicine Hat Campus
Shannan Hurlbut

Brooks Campus
Lynsey Hanrahan


Canada-Alberta Job Grant
Click here to learn about the Canada-Alberta Job Grant and how you can receive money to train existing or new employees.