Application Process

“The best thing about this experience has been the ability to take the skills and learning from this session and apply them right away in my workplace to make our communications stronger and our change management stronger.”

– Brent Gibson, Engineers Canada

Before applying it may be necessary to convince your organisation of the benefits of participating in the ISCC program. This link provides helpful tips for the business case for attending the ISCC programs. The Business Case for the Institute for Strategic Communications & Change.

How to Apply

Applications for the fall 2018 cohort, beginning in November 2018 are being accepted. Download the application form and submit by mail or email (continue@uOttawa.ca) to the Centre for Continuing Education.

Mailing address: 
Centre for Continuing Education
University of Ottawa
55 Laurier Avenue East, 12th floor
Ottawa ON K1N 6N5

Application Deadline

October 12, 2018

Payment

Successful applicants will receive an invoice to confirm their registration to the program. The comprehensive program (intensive and interactive short courses, action learning, individual coaching, networking, practical work assignments, keynote speakers.) is $5,500 (Plus HST).

Need help making a business case to attend the Institute for Strategic Communications & Change? Here are a few key benefits of the program to start the conversation with your employer The Business Case for the Institute for Strategic Communications & Change.


Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any questions regarding the application process, please visit our frequently asked questions.

Customized Training Available

The Institute for Strategic Communications & Change program can be customized for your organization and delivered on site. 

Contact continue@uOttawa.ca for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

For questions on the program, contact continue@uOttawa.ca or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Curriculum

The program is designed around a combination of practical instruction, hands-on exercises, case studies, peer learning, and coaching.

See the full curriculum

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