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Project Manager : April May 2011
Project Manager 12 • CHaPters steve Milner SA Chapter President Maria skillern TAS Chapter President ContaCt keRRy hilliaRd TAS Chapter Coordinator 0402 705 608 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events notiCeboard 21 apR TAS lUNChTIMe SeMINAr 19 May TAS lUNChTIMe SeMINAr 26 aug PrOjeCT MANAgeMeNT AChIeVeMeNT AWArdS (STATe FINAl) don’t miss The Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) recognise outstanding achievements in program and project management. A winning project will demonstrate, by documentary evidence, innovation and/or excellence. be there when the TAS project and category winners are announced. ContaCt angela gaRdneR SA Chapter Coordinator 08 8332 9411 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events notiCeboard 20 apR eNgAgINg The COMMUNITy IN INFrASTrUCTUre PrOjeCTS 21 apR SA ChAPTer FOrUM 29 apR Q&A WITh The AIPM bOArd PANel 26 May eMergINg PrOjeCT PrOFeSSIONAlS SIg don’t miss engaging the Community in Infrastructure Projects lunch event will provide an overview of the key challenges infrastructure projects face in engaging with the community and how to make community feedback meaningful, timely and strategically advantageous. The Tasmanian Chapter Council met in early February to plan its activities for the next two years. We looked at a number of strategic issues such as increasing membership (including student numbers), improving the take up of AIPM Certification (RegPM) and meeting the needs of our members in the north and north-west of the state. The outcomes of the planning will be a Tasmania Chapter Council Business Plan 2011-12. There are a number of key activities that will be in the Business Plan including monthly seminars. Our newly appointed TAS Events Coordinator Bridget Nichols is working hard to secure speakers for our seminars who can discuss topics relevant to project management. The year started off well with an enthusiastic presentation by Rob Harman from Sinclair Knight Merz on the TAS Polar Network and his experiences during his trips to Antarctica. Our March event was held to coincide with our International Women’s Day event featuring Dr Jessica Andrewartha from the University of Tasmania. The SA Chapter has commenced its program of activities by launching networking events for its members, including a visit to one of the state’s biggest projects, the Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) information session and a conversation with Women in Project Management (WIPM). Each of these high quality events was ver y well attended. In addition to the regular seminars and updates on local projects, the local chapter is working hard to align member interests and is about to launch the Project Management Office (PMO) special interest group and an ‘emerging project professionals’ special interest group. The SA Chapter has planned an exciting program for 2011, culminating in the Project Management Showcase and PMAA gala dinner. The Chapter Council, elected in October last year is in the process of delivering on strategic objectives for its members, and looks forward to member input and support throughout the year. ❰ Tasmania ❱ ❰ South Australia ❱
June July 2011