Project Management (2 Days)

Date & Time

Wednesday, 17 March 2021
09:00 to 17:00



Offered by

Graduate Pathways to Success, Postdoctoral Fellows Office, and Mitacs Training

Registration Closed / Past Event


Developed by a team of masterful project managers and adult instructors, Project Management 2020 delivers a balance of “core” project management knowledge and skills. These are blended with practical learning on key interpersonal skills essential to successfully achieving project goals.

PM 2020 is aligned with the most recent proposed Project Management Institute (PMI) body of knowledge (PMBOK), the most recognized approach to project management. As well, the program delves into the challenges every project manager faces such as managing stakeholders, defining the value of a project, dealing with conflict, and managing quality.

Over an intense, two-day course you experience a practical opportunity to bring your project into a workshop and learn how to increase your success, using professional templates while collaborating in a supportive environment.

Participants must commit to attending both days in entirety (March 17th and 18th).

*Due to the high demand for this workshop, we will be assigning spots via lottery.  Please register by 9 AM PST, Wednesday, March 10th, to be entered into the registration lottery.  If you are chosen to participate, you will be contacted directly by email after Wednesday, March 10th. 

**This session is being offered in collaboration with the Mitacs Training. Mitacs Training provides professional development training to advanced degree graduates, supplementing their education and research experience with the tools necessary to succeed in today’s workforce.

Learning Objectives


  •     How to create a project plan
  •     How to conduct resource forecasts
  •     Creating and managing project budgets
  •     How to monitor if a project is running smoothly.
  •     How to conduct lessons learned analysis
  •     Defining and mitigating risks
  •     Designing Quality into the project


  •     Managing people that are not reporting to you through influence
  •     Motivate and work collaboratively within teams
  •     Learn how to assess and engage stakeholders
  •     Engagement – how to do this effectively
  •     Managing good meetings and how to deliver these virtually
  •     Agility and user-centeredness of products/services developed
  •     Communicate throughout the project with sponsor and stakeholders


Rose Hastreiter is a professional project manager, program manager, pm advisor, entrepreneur, creative professional and international facilitator who helps organizations develop their plans through the development of their people, processes, and the relationships in-between. Dynamic + engaging, her live workshops are inspiring, insightful, practical, and committed to bridging practical information with real-world application and human understanding. Her facilitation style is entertaining yet intelligent & pragmatic, with great testimonials from many of over 10,000 participants to date, in various sectors and fields of expertise.


Registration Information

Registration opens on Monday, March 8th at 9:00am.

Graduate students from all BC post-secondary institutions are eligible to participate. Priority will be given to UBC graduate students registered in the current academic session. Students who have been chosen, by lottery, to participate will receive a seat offer email after Wednesday, March 10th.  If you experience any difficulty using the online registration tool, please e-mail

NOTE: Postdoctoral Fellows who would like to attend this session need to register through the Postdoctoral Fellows Office

NO-SHOW PENALTY: If you register and do not attend or cancel less than 24 hours prior, it may affect your eligibility to join future events. To avoid this no-show penalty, please cancel at least two business days in advance by e-mailing


If you have a disability or medical condition that may affect your full participation in the event, please email, 604-827-4578, well in advance of the event.