Information for SEEC Participants about In-Class Programs during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has grown and evolved, York University and the Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has kept the safety and well-being of students, staff and faculty at the heart of all its decisions. We are also conscious of our role in the national and global fight against a serious illness. In light of the developments we have seen at home and around the world this week, it is time for the University to enter a new phase in its comprehensive response.

As of Monday, March 16, 2020, we will be suspending all face-to-face instruction until further notice. We will either offer an on-line version or transfer participants to the next session of the program.

All SEEC participants will be contacted by email with details about programs scheduled to begin during the suspension of in-class instruction. For information on SEEC program changes, contact us at or by phone at 416-736-5079 or toll-free 1-800-667-9380 to leave a message. We will return your call within 2 hours during regular business hours. You can also talk with a member of our Customer Care Team using Live Chat via our website.

Read about how quickly we’ve been able to transition to online delivery and what participants think about the change.

Virtual Classroom Schedule

The following programs are being delivered online instead of in-class. Participants take part using our conferencing and online delivery platforms:

April 20-22 – Strategic Branding in the Digital Age: Building, Communicating, and Revitalizing Your Brand (3 days)
April 20-June 18 – Organization Development and Change – Masters Certificate (11 days)
April 23-24 – Extraordinary Administrative Support (2 days)
April 23-June 20 – Schulich Mini-MBA: Essentials of Management (9 days)
April 27-29 – Key Account Management and Client Development (3 Days)
April 27-May 1 – Strategic Leadership and Innovation – Certificate (5 days)
April 29-May 1 – Developing Executive Presence for Exceptional Leadership (3 days)
May 11-12 – Successfully Managing in a Unionized Work Environment (2 days)
May 11-13 – Developing a Strategic Mindset (3 days)
May 11-13 – What The Non-Financial Manager Needs To Know About Financial and Managerial Accounting (3 days)
May 25-29 – Certificate in Critical Communication Skills
May 25-29 – Management 2: The Advanced Managers Course (5 days)
May 28-29 – Employee Engagement and Strategic Leadership: The Manager’s Course (2 days)
May 4-5 – Facilitative Leadership (2 days)
May 4-5 – Successfully Coaching and Mentoring Individuals and Teams (2 days)

Ongoing Online Programs

The following programs are learn at your own pace:

Developing and Presenting a Successful Business Case
Guided Self-Coaching for New Supervisors and Managers
Winning Sales Strategies


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