Skip to main content


GPLD653 - Project Management Fundamentals For Immediate Application

As employers’ demand for students proficient in project management continues to grow, Project Management Fundamentals For Immediate Application is designed for graduate students from any faculty interested in project management career. This virtual seminar blends theory and practice allowing students to 1) become familiar with industry-wide project management concepts and tools and 2) apply their knowledge by participating in problem-solving conversations in the context of their academic experience as a graduate student.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this virtual seminar students will:

• Learn about project management core skill set, competencies and professional designations.
• Understand basic project management terminology and techniques allowing them to position their school and professional projects in line with the current business environment.
• Learn about organizational agility and how it is applied in the context of research.
• Develop solution-orientated strategies for self-guided professional development as a project manager.

During this seminar students will have access to project management practice accounts to facilitate their project planning activities.

Leaders Information

Yuliya Kondratenko, PMP, PMI-ACP is a seasoned professional with eleven years of experience in the field of post-secondary education. She currently works as Manager, Operations Support at Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario. Prior to that role, Yuliya Kondratenko has worked at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec on a number of critical projects that have laid a framework for enhancing services for Concordia students. For the last two years, she has been responsible for implementing the inter-institutional research program SpokenWeb with the goal of remediating (analogue-to-digital), aggregating, and making discoverable a digital library of literary audio collections.

Yuliya obtained her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification in March 2017 and became PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) in May 2020. She is an MBTI® (The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) certified practitioner.


Section 1
October 24-31, 2020, 14:00 - 16:00, Sat

Disclaimer: Available spots is an estimation.
Back to top Back to top

© Concordia University