Hamilton, ON – Classes are back in session at McMaster University’s Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) in their online golf and resort management program. Online classes in Golf Club Governance and Human Resources Management for Golf Operations start September 10 through November 4, 2018
McMaster University Centre for Continuing Education offers the only university diploma in Golf & Resort Management in Canada. This unique ONLINE program is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the global golf industry. Students who complete all ten courses will receive a Diploma in Golf & Resort Management from McMaster University and an industry certification from the Golf Management Institute of Canada (GMIC).
Through its unique online delivery platform, McMaster University CCE prides itself on “bringing the business of golf to you,” for adult learners interested in a career in the golf industry. McMaster University CCE offers the only university diploma in Golf & Resort Management in Canada. Students who complete all ten courses will receive a Diploma in Golf & Resort Management from McMaster University and an industry certification from the Golf Management Institute of Canada (GMIC).
Upcoming Online Courses
Golf Club Governance – Sept 10 to Nov 4, 2018
Human Resources Management for Golf Operations – Sept 10 to Nov 4, 2018
Golf Club Governance (GLF 105) – Sept 10 to Nov 4, 2018
This course explores the dynamics of boards and committees in a golf facility and their importance in ensuring effective operation. Board structures in a private course setting will be discussed. Decision-making processes and board and committee dynamics will also be covered. Club strategy and policy matters will be explored as well as the role of golf associations in the golf industry. Concepts associated with effective club management will be examined.
Instructor: George Pinches
Human Resources Management for Golf Operations (GLF 102) – Sept 10 to Nov 4, 2018
This course focuses on the professional application of human resource management practices as they pertain to the golf industry. All aspects of people management will be covered, including hiring, compensation, training and development, health and safety, performance management, and employment law.
Instructor: Rouzbeh Vatanchi
The McMaster University Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) has inspired people to discover and achieve through lifelong learning since 1931. Students value our quality instructors with industry experience and the flexibility and convenience of courses offered at night, on weekends, and online. We offer more than 200 courses and workshops making McMaster CCE one of Canada’s largest and leading providers of academic certificate and diploma programs, professional development education, and corporate training.
Contact: 1-800-463-6223, email@example.com
The Golf Management Institute of Canada (GMIC) was established in 1999 and is a not-for-profit organization and registered Canadian charity. To date, the GMIC has taught hundreds of students from around the world the business of golf. In 2004, the GMIC was awarded the Canadian Award for
E-Training Excellence by the Society for Training and Development.