Municipal Project Management Fundamentals

This is exciting and unique offering was designed and tailored specifically for application in the municipal sector. In this session, participants will learn how to plan and undertake small and large loads of activity, by parsing the work into measured and cost effective projects within municipalities. Furthermore, this session will establish a foundation in project management methodology and share learned lessons and best practices for effective project execution. The discussion will combine the theoretical knowledge of project management with hands-on examples of municipal case studies. At the end of this course, participants will have gained practical know-how on how to successfully complete projects in order to meet their staff’s, management’s, stakeholders’ and clients’ needs and expectations.

A certificate will be presented to attendees upon completion of this workshop from:

Mr. Richard Steer, Director of Professional Development, PMI Lakeshore Chapter
Mr. Moez Mehdi, Professor at the Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, and, a Supervisor, Project Management & Business Systems, City of Guelph
AMCTO – The Municipal Experts

What You Will Learn:

  • Understand the five process groups and nine knowledge areas of effective project management
  • Apply cogent processes of project management within a municipal environment
  • Learn the tools and techniques that will allow project teams to focus on the delivery of the project’s objectives while at the same time ensuring that the stakeholder(s) are well informed of the project’s progress  

Who Should Attend:

  • All municipal staff interested in finding efficiencies in workflow and synergies in workload planning and execution.

Attendee Participation:

Adult learning principles suggest that adults learn most effectively through application rather than by lecture. The program will attain maximum participant engagement using interactive events to reinforce the concepts being taught.  

About the Trainer:

Mr. Richard Steer and Mr. Moez Mehdi come to us with years of experience as a Project Managers. Richard is the Director of Professional Development at the PMI Lakeshore Chapter and Moez is a Professor at the Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, as well as Supervisor, Project Management & Business Systems, City of Guelph.






Upcoming Sessions:

Oro-Medonte- March 16th- Deadline to register by:Mar 6
Township of Oro-Medonte Administration Centre
148 Line 7 South
Oro, ON L0L 2X0

Oakville– March 20th -Deadline to register by: Mar 8
Holiday Inn
590 Argus Rd.
Oakville,ON L6J 3J3

Cochrane- April 5th -Deadline to register by: Mar 26
Tim Horton Events Centre
7 Tim Horton Drive,
Cochrane, ON, P0L 1C0

Peterborough- April 26th -Deadline to register by:Apr 16
Township of Otonabee-South Monaghan
21 Third St.
Keene,ON K0L 2G0

Brockville- April 27th -Deadline to register by: Apr 17
Brockville Country Club
1548 King St.W.
Brockville, ON K6V 5T7

Sundridge- May 2nd -Deadline to register by: Apr 20
Northridge Inn & Resort
712 South Bernard Lake Rd
Sundridge, ON P0A 1Z0

Essex- May 15th -Deadline to register by: May 3
Essex Centre Sports Complex
60 Fairview Ave. W.
Essex, ON

Dryden – May 22nd -Deadline to register by: May 9
Dryden Fire Training Room
189 Colonization Avenue
Dryden, ON

Workshop Time:

9:30am—4:30pm with registration—9:00am


$322.05 ($285 + $37.05HST)

$372.90 ($330+ $42.90 HST)

Prices include Materials, Refreshments & Lunch;
HST # R106732936

*In order to take advantage of the member price, the person attending the workshop must be an AMCTO member.

***To verify if your municipality is entitled to vouchers, go to our ‘online registration’ page @

Personal Information Protection Policy: This information is collected in accordance with the provisions of the AMCTO’s Personal Information Protection policy for the purposes of processing your registration and material delivery. This information is not shared, sold or distributed and is maintained in a confidential and secure manner. Further information about this policy is available on the AMCTO website at

Refund Policy: All  cancellations must be confirmed to AMCTO in writing. A refund levy of $56.50 (includes HST) will be applied to all cancellations received up to seven(7) business days prior to the event. Refunds are not granted for cancellations made within 6 days or less of the event date. Cancelled registrations will also forfeit the special rebate.

Disclaimer: AMCTO reserves the right to decline registration based on proprietary information/material being presented at this session, and for other reasons such as copyright issues. We will endeavour to make sure all scheduled events take place, but AMCTO reserves the right to alter, change or cancel dates, venues and workshops, for any reason.