The Procurement Training Office provides comprehensive training for procurement professionals through Osgoode Hall Law School and in association with a broad range of industry organizations. We’ve provided training to thousands of procurement professionals internationally.
What Our Clients Say
“Paul is incredibly knowledgeable on group purchasing in Canada, but also in the United States. His webinars and seminars are consistently well thought out, relevant, focused, and timely. Our organization, and myself professionally, have benefited from his unique and effective teaching approach and always look forward to the opportunity when we get to collaborate and host a joint webinar on topics that we’re both so passionate about.”
“As a thought leader in international public procurement, Paul and his Team always deliver timely, insightful, yet practical learning opportunities.”
“I wanted to let you know how much we enjoy your webinar series. You always bring such current information that is relevant to what we regularly face in our daily duties. We really enjoy having the opportunity to attend the webinars and we also have interesting discussions about the issues you bring forward in the webinars. It has been and continues to be a great learning opportunity.”
“Great stuff as always from Paul and his team. I am never disappointed.”
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Join us in-person at training at courses, conferences and certificate programs held across Canada and internationally in association with organizations like Osgoode Hall, the Supply Chain Management Association of Canada, and the University of the West Indies.