This annual course provides participants with the skills and knowledge to manage today and tomorrow. Building on feedback and evaluations, along with commitment to continuous improvement, CHERD continues to update and contextualize the content. Team members, experienced university administrators and guest presenters provide a relevant and highly interactive learning experience. The program incorporates case studies, interactive presentations, discussions and one-on-one consultations. Participants are encouraged to share experience and insights through a community of practice approach to learning. Indigenization and EDI (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) are cross-cutting themes, touching all aspects of higher education management and administration and are central within the program. Each year, key topic areas, the Flagship Facilitation Team, opening keynote and guest presenters are announced.
UMC will be delivered online using a range of synchronous and asynchronous technologies to facilitate building a community of practice to learn and network.