Transforming Leadership

Transforming Leadership

This is a competency-based program. It is delivered in a mentored workplace context as part of our Centre for On-Demand Education (CODE).

Our Transforming Leadership programs allow you, as a learner, to develop and display the practical, intellectual, social and technical skills necessary to lead in almost any situation. We develop the whole person emotionally, socially and spiritually and equip you with the skills, knowledge and character to lead with integrity.

You are placed in a working environment and supported by mentors who guide you through a tailored set of outcomes designed to demonstrate proficiency in all aspects of leadership.

Subscription Pricing

This program is uniquely positioned to be accessible and affordable. Tuition is charged through a subscription rate. The student pays a flat monthly fee for the duration of their studies. This allows you to move at your own pace and only pay for the time you are in the program. If, for reasons outside of your control, you require a break in your studies, you can apply for a pause on your payment plan.

Program Options

Diploma | Undergraduate-Level

  • Self-Paced; On-Demand
  • Average 24-months completion

Master Degree | Graduate-Level

  • Self-Paced; On-Demand
  • Average 24-months completion


Program Outcomes

Below is a shortlist of outcomes which indicate the scope of knowledge, skills, and abilities students should possess when they graduate. A full list of outcomes and indicators are detailed in a comprehensive assessment plan that you can download HERE.

  • Spiritual Formation
  • Critical Thinking
  • Conflict and Crisis Resolution
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Effective Communication Skills
  • Leadership and Change
  • Management and Finance


Mentorship Requirements

THE FUNDAMENTAL GOAL OF MENTORS will be to encourage, guide, and assess the student in their journey toward proficiency.

The contextual mentor will need a wealth of specific workplace experience to guide the student’s learning so that they can direct and evaluate the student. The expectation is that they will have regular opportunities to see the student in their work environment to make real-time assessments.

The academic mentor will maintain the rigour needed to keep to the academic standards required by Providence. While knowing their subject well, they will be able to be a generalist for the student’s educational purposes.

There is no hierarchy in the mentor team.  They work together, coming to a consensus on each outcome assessment. Each brings a different skill set and assessment point of view on the student. Those different perspectives work together to hold the student to the expectations of each outcome. The student’s learning needs to demonstrate both the capacity to comprehend the subject thoroughly and to live it out capably.

The proctor is assigned to the student and mentor team by Providence. They will be experts on the curriculum and will support the team on questions around that. Also, they will be a support to encourage both the student and the mentor team to keep a timely pace of learning.


Partnership Opportunities

We are inviting businesses and faith-based organizations to partner with us to develop on-site, mentored and customized training for your employees or ministry leaders. For more details, and to connect with our Director of the Centre for On-Demand Education (CODE), please send your email here.



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