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Management Development Centre spring programs and workshops unveiled

MDC Professional Management Certificate class of 2010.
MDC Professional Management Certificate class of 2010.
The Management Development Centre(MDC) at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) has introduced a number of exciting new programs for the spring as it drives to meet the growing demand for professional development opportunities in the areas of information technology security and business management.

"Offered through UOIT's Faculty of Business and Information Technology (FBIT), the MDC has established a strong reputation for the delivery of innovative, market-driven programs for working professionals," said Steve Rose, MDC director and associate dean, FBIT. "We offer courses using the most up-to-date business and information technology strategies to assist managers, supervisors and technical professionals who must meet the competitive challenges of today's dynamic business environment."

The following corporate training opportunities are available at the north Oshawa campus:

  • Cybercrime - A Business Perspective;
  • E-Marketing - Online tools to promote your business;
  • GMAT test preparation weekend;
  • The IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL v3 Foundation Certification);
  • IT Security Fundamentals;
  • Not-for-Profit Accounting; and
  • Professional Management Certificate program.

Additional information and registration information can be found on the MDC website.

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Ontario Tech University advances the discovery and application of knowledge through a technology-enriched learning environment and the delivery of innovative market-driven programs responsive to the needs of students and industry. With more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in more than 90 programs, the university promotes social engagement, fosters critical thinking and integrates outcomes-based learning experiences inside and outside the classroom. The university's commitment to accelerating economic growth and social innovation is realized through faculty research collaborations with leading organizations such as Ontario Power Generation, IBM, The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and the Durham Regional Police Service. To find out more, visit