Duration:43 Weeks

Class Schedule:Mon - Fri

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Project Management is a function of business that is growing in relevance, recognition and scope. Our Project Administration program is positioned as an entry-level opportunity to this profession and will allow our students a competitive advantage in this untapped market segment. Our program provides the basic foundation towards industry certification through the Project Management Institute (PMI), specifically the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) designation. This certification will give students opportunities for career growth and advancement.


Project Administrators perform a wide range of project management support and administrative duties. Specific job duties vary with education and experience. Their duties may include:

  • Assisting and supporting all activities related to managing projects, including preparation for meetings, project documentation, and monitoring project timelines and deliverables on behalf of the Project Manager, as well as assisting in creating work plans, schedules and meeting agendas
  • Coordinating and monitoring project scheduling while updating the project management system
  • Maintain documentation including any upgrades to plans, schedules, funding and status reports
  • Prepare status reports in order to provide project status updates to management and ensure all procedures are followed for all aspects of projects
  • Use project management and other software and applicable templates to prepare documentation, track and monitor information, and maintain databases
  • Develop customized project tools e.g., create templates for collecting/reporting information, etc.
  • Assist in forecasting, tracking and managing project budgets, purchase orders and invoices


To be successful as a Project Administrator, individuals must possess the ability to:

  • Learn new skills and knowledge
  • Multi-task
  • Use effective problem solving and decision-making skills
  • Efficiently manage time and stress
  • Work collaboratively and effectively as part of a team
  • Recognize dynamics and politics of an organization
  • Be self-motivated, energetic, confident, and creative
  • Enjoy working with people
  • Use good listening skills and be tactful
  • Communicate verbally and in writing with people from all walks of life


Graduates of this program are employed in Healthcare and social assistance, public administration, whole sale trade, finance and insurance, retail trade, and other services. Careers that correspond with the skills learned in this program are:

  • Administrative Officer
  • Administrative Services Coordinator
  • Business Services Officer
  • Implementation Officer
  • Office Coordinator
  • Planning Officer
  • Public Trustee