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Deadline for CSPM course in Toronto is Sept. 15

If you're a security project manager looking to advance your career, sign up by Sept. 15, to take the Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM) course in Toronto.

September 8, 2010  By Staff

The CSPM program is the only project manager program specially designed for the security industry. It focuses on the hands-on aspects of designing and managing security projects and will help you achieve the hallmarks of effective project management — bringing projects in on time and on budget.

Course attendees gain career enhancement and improved job satisfaction, recognition of professional achievement, excellent training return on investment and improved professional image. Their employers, meanwhile, get workers who are more productive and more efficient.
One recent student said, “As an end user, the course allows me to better appreciate a vendor’s/integrator’s needs for a project and it helps me to ensure prospective vendors are operating fairly and reasonably,” while another said, "As a result of attending the course, I will pay closer attention to the financials of projects and work towards perfecting my completion schedules more accurately.”
The CSPM course is scheduled for Oct. 16-19 in Toronto at the Doubletree Hotel. Candidates applying for the CSPM program will be required to successfully complete 40 hours of classroom instruction and 20 hours of self-study prerequisite courses.
More information about the CSPM program is available by visiting the CANASA website or contacting Lynne Hewitson, CANASA’s Membership Services Manager, at (905) 513-0622 ext. 223 or education@canasa.org.

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