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Professional Development Opportunities
The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre) has developed and is delivering a Leadership Program for early- to mid-career engineers, scientists, tradespersons and technologists. The WinSETT Leadership Program is directed at women and its key components are: workshops addressing the strengths and challenges in being a SETT Leader. There are five workshops that ideally are taken in series, but can be taken individually; shorter presentations (Special Topics) focusing on specific challenges suitable for Meetings, Conferences, Lunches and Seminars; a national online Women in SETT Leadership Network to support, network, and inform workshop alumnae and other Women in SETT.
GIACC has developed this on-line training module in order to help users: achieve a better understanding of corruption in the infrastructure sector; avoid corruption; identify corruption; and deal with corruption appropriately if confronted with it. This module can be used by individuals, and also by professional institutions and organizations as part of their formal training for their members and employees. It is aimed primarily at middle and senior management, particularly those involved in procurement, tendering, sales and marketing, design, project management, claims management, commercial management, financial management, legal, compliance, and internal audit.
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