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B.Sc., P.Eng., IPMA-B

Morley earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1973 from the University of Manitoba. He has worked in industry, with and for consultants, and has had his own consulting business and has over 25 years of experience in industrial plant project engineering. His industrial experience includes operations and maintenance, research and development, management of small to medium size plant projects, construction management of large industrial projects, mechanical installation of heavy industrial equipment, commissioning and startup of industrial plants, and plant management. He has also worked in operating pulp and paper mills, oil refineries, on North Slope oil projects, board plants, and the recycling industry in various locations across Canada and the USA.












Construction, Industrial, Natural Resources


Operations, Plant Management, Project Management, Research & Development


Procept - The Big Picture: Balancing Scope, Schedule, Cost, and Resources


Procept - Contract Management for Field Personnel (Webinar)

Basic fundamentals of project management were covered well. Very informative and useful.

D. Daniel, BC Ministry of Transportation:

A great perspective on the whole picture of project management. I will recommend this course to all of the company managers, project leads / coordinators and procurement department personnel.

B. Shortt, Spectra Energy:

I now have a very well rounded understanding of project management and the project work flow. I liked the way the course content was organized. Some benefits were; I learned about tracking and forecasting indicators, the startup and commissioning, and an understanding of the soft skills required as a project engineer. I would recommend this workshop as it was a good introductory course on the foundation of project management.

J. Brown, Husky Energy:

Mr. Selver provided an excellent overview of classical industrial project management. I found the material directly related to my duties as a project manager for aviation fuel distribution facilities at Canada's major airports. Even for projects, federal, provincial, or private in nature the seminars material applies in almost all respects. Very well thought out structure. Thanks.

A. Pollard, P.Eng, FSM Management Group Inc.:

A well presented course to help understand some of the fundamentals of project management.

J. Day, Sea Breeze Power:

All more than my expectations, really crucial for new PE's / PM's getting into project engineering / project management. I really appreciate Morley's effort he has made to give us a very comprehensive vision and extracted knowledge of project management.

A. Khan, Colt WorleyParsons Canada:

I learned about the large number of responsibilities of a project engineer. I liked the construction management and the role of a project engineer. Other benefits were; it will help me to put all concepts together in an orderly way, will help to organize my immediate responsibilities, the importance of proper documentation and legal aspects, and learn more about the behaviours I need as a project engineer. I would recommend this workshop for people new to the project management field to develop the knowledge based on good practice.

J. Alvarez, CNRL: