I will be returning to the Red River classroom in January 2018 to teach Project management Fundamentals. The course dates are January 11- March 22 at the downtown Roblin campus (Princess Street). For more information about the Project Management Program and to enroll in specific courses please visit the Red River College web site.
I was honoured to receive the Red River College (RRC) Continuing Education 2017 Teaching Excellence Award. Amanda Simpson (RRC) was kind enough to make the following remarks:
” Steve Thompson has been a Project Management instructor (in IT and Professional Studies) for the last 12 years, and has been instrumental in the development of the Project Management Fundamentals course content.
He’s also developed a reputation for always putting his students first — finding ways to adapt his teaching methods to best reach them, and regularly updating content to ensure it’s relevant and easy to follow.
Steve further enriches the learning for students by drawing on his vast experience leading and working in project teams, according to his nominators.
Mr. Thompson holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) designation from the Project Management Institute, and has served on the board for PMI’s Manitoba chapter of which he is still a member. He graduated from ConEd’s Digital A/V Production program in 2010.
And this year, … [he is] a very worthy recipient of ConEd’s Teaching Excellence Award, presented annually to those who demonstrate innovative and effective teaching practices, a willingness to assist and mentor students, and an appreciation for (and response to) diversity among students.
(Here is a link to the full blog post that described the presentation event).
I received a strange package in the mail today. Opening it with curiosity I discovered a certificate of appreciation from RRC acknowledging 10 years of service! It was a nice gesture and I appreciate the thought.
I actually started in January 2005 by developing a version of the Distance Education PMF course which went live in May 2005 . My first in class course was fall of that same year. Since then I have been happy to have had at least 1600 students go through the course in one form or another! Many of them remain my friends, students, mentorees, co-workers, customers and/or suppliers.
Not sure how many more times I will be able to do the course but hopefully for a while yet!
The in-class course for PMF finished up today. The class was successful and as always it was a great group of interesting students from a variety of backgrounds. I learned a lot and the journey was fun! The presentations were all excellent and creative. Congratulations to everyone for doing so well!
The Case Analysis course delivered April-June 2016 was a great success. Everyone participated fully and shared their experiences openly so we were able to learn a lot and have an interesting time at the same time. My sincere thanks to all the students. It was fun and I wish you all the best upon your completion of the RRC Project Management Certificate program.
For the first time I will be teaching the in-class Project Management Case Analysis course. The course begins in April 2016 and runs through until June. If you are a prospective student please make sure you register at RRC in time for the class. I expect it to be informative and interesting. It will be nice to work with students exiting the program.
I will be teaching the in-class Project Management Fundamentals (PMF) course April through June 2016. If you are a prospective student please make sure you register at RRC in time for the class. I expect it to be informative and interesting once again.
I have been asked to teach the in-class Project Management Fundamentals (PMF) course starting in January 2016. If you are a prospective student please make sure you register at RRC in time for the class. I expect it to be informative and interesting once again.
The next in-class session of Project Management Fundamentals (PMF) at Red River College starts in April 2015. If you are a prospective student be sure to get your registration completed as soon as possible through RRC Continuing Education. Classes fill up fast.