PMI Sydney Chapter Full Day Event: 21 October 2019 - Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS)
What is PMDoS?
Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS) is an event whereby PMI members are partnered with charities and not-for-profit organizations (NfPO) to offer a unique service that has been pioneered by PMI. PMI members will partner with their designated charities or NfPO to provide a solution or strategy to drive their client initiatives forward.
The PMDoS has been conducted in several locations in the U.S. e.g. Houston, Washington DC and New York.
In Australia, PMDoS has become a national event and is usually held simultaneously on the same day by other PMI chapters. PMI Queensland has been successfully holding their event for the past 3 years whilst PMI Sydney held its very successful inaugural event in 2018. Other chapters are starting small. PMDoS is promising to be an outstanding opportunity to learn and turn ideas into reality.
More information for PMI members as consultants: https://pmisydney.org/pmdos/pmdos-professionals-info
Register here to participate: https://pmisydney.org/component/rsform/form/27-pmdos-2019-professionals-registration-form
|Event Date||21-10-2019 8:00 am|
|Event End Date||21-10-2019 4:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||03-09-2019|
|Cut Off Date||30-09-2019 5:00 pm|
PMO VISION 2030: The Future of PMOs
…. A collaboration between Australian organisations to define and realise the value of PMOs across industry…..
Calling PMO Directors, Executives, Managers, Leads, Senior PPPs, PPP PhD or PHD Candidates
Today, with the increasing focus on PMOs’ role in driving business strategy, sustainability and PPP execution, PMO managers face heightened scrutiny and expectations around what they can deliver. AIPMO has launched a global initiative to develop a vision of PMOs through a series of industry roundtables to support the definition of each country’s unique perspective. This international roundtable series is called PMO Vision 2030.
The PMO Vision 2030 roundtable workshop aims to develop a model that maximises the value of PMOs into the future. This model will offer PMO Managers and executives a standard to align with, to best support the implementation of their organisational corporate strategy. This innovative workshop, based on game theory and leveraging the principles of Strategy Under Uncertainty, will lead participants through a structured process to define the future of PMOs and PMO Management in Australia
RSVP: Expression of Interest to AIPMO via https://aipmo.org/vision-2030-sydney-25-10-2019-registration-form/
Enquiries Welcome: Contact Geoffrey Dawson
Mobile: +61 422 003 185
|Event Date||25-10-2019 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||25-10-2019 4:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||09-10-2019|
|Cut Off Date||24-10-2019 4:00 pm|
Microsoft Project Advanced Scheduling Workshop with Angela Chellas
This course is designed to provide participants, who have some experience in Microsoft Project, with all the necessary tools and techniques required to run projects and programs of work.
This is a practical, online and hands-on workshop focused on improving your basic scheduling skills while demonstrating the more advanced features of the software.
This course will provide users of Microsoft Project with the essential tools to effectively manage any schedule, no matter how simple or complex. The street-wise techniques taught will help you become a guru scheduler!
Upon successful completion of the Microsoft Project Advanced Workshop participants will know how to:
Everyone involved in scheduling project tasks with access to Microsoft Project including project and program managers, schedulers, sponsors and key stakeholders – indeed anyone with an interest in keeping the schedule on track!
You will need some basic Microsoft Project skills before you attend.
• Online training manual including hands-on exercises
What you will need for access to the course:
Please bring a laptop with Microsoft Project (any version) installed.
What others are saying:
“The material is well organised and the presenter was very knowledgeable.” - Participant feedback in Sydney
“Angie was engaging and motivational. She provided examples from her own work experiences which helped enhance the material. Brilliant course!” - Participant feedback in Newcastle.
Area of Focus:
Technical Skills - Microsoft Project
Angela Chellas is a qualified project management consultant and facilitator with over 20 years of practical project-based experience across a number of industries. Angela has facilitated the embedding of project management principles into various organisations throughout the world, with a specific focus on Asia Pacific.
Angela is a very passionate, energetic and inspirational facilitator. Her extensive project experience ensures that participants of her workshops receive a mixture of theory and real life experiences.
She is the owner of Lotus Project Consulting and her work encompasses:
In line with Angela’s project-specific work, she is also a specialist in:
Angela has a Bachelor of Arts from the Australian National University and a Post Graduate Certificate of Marketing from Charles Sturt University. In 2001 she became a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and member of the Project Management Institute. She joined the PMI Sydney Chapter Board in 2010. She is a PRINCE2 Practitioner and holds Project+ certification with CompTIA. Angela is also a Myers Briggs accredited facilitator.
Cost: PMI Sydney Chapter Members $220 (50% discount). Non Members $440. (all prices are inclusive of GST)
Registrations are open until Wednesday, 14 October 2020 or when participant capacity of 18 is reached.
PDU Hours: 8
Course logistics, registration and other enquiries email@example.com
The PMI Sydney Chapter recognises the important role PMI Registered Education Providers play in the advancement of the Project Management profession and will support these organisations in preference to organisations that are not registered with PMI. However, should Registered Education Providers be unavailable, the Sydney Chapter may engage other individuals or organisations to present relevant courses for the benefit of the Chapter members.
|Event End Date||17-10-2020|
|Registration Start Date||17-08-2020|
|Cut Off Date||14-10-2020|
At the PMDoS, PMI Sydney Chapter members will partner with charities and not-for-profit organisations to offer a benefit never before presented in this fashion.
8 PDU’s will automatically be assigned to your PMI membership after the event.
|Event Date||29-10-2018 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||29-10-2018 4:00 am|
|Registration Start Date||21-08-2018 9:00 am|
|Cut Off Date||05-10-2018 9:00 am|
|Location||Westpac, L23 (The Forum) 275 Kent Street|