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Project Manager : April May 2011
LEARN from the industry’s leading experts in the region ACQUIRE real skills directly applicable to infrastructure project development, procurement, delivery and performance Are your collaboration skills up to scratch? Get smart about relationship contracting Collaboration in the business world Access in-depth, affordable, interactive, best-practice training from the centre of collaborative practice excellence for infrastructure managers and professionals. Topics are suitable for new and seasoned practitioners. LIFE CYCLE Series courses (March-July) provide in-depth coverage of the essential phases of an Alliance or Collaborative contract from procurement through to delivery. ADVANCED Series (May-September) courses provide in-depth coverage of the skills. Register now visit www.alliancingassociation.org for course content and calendar or call 02 9431 8622 / email firstname.lastname@example.org Relationship contracting skill is now mandatory for your success in business and increased job performance for infrastructure projects. Boost your collaborative capabilities, Alliancing Association of Australasia Training series • 7 June 2011 (Melbourne, VIC) • 7 September 2011 (Perth, WA) W: www.alliancingassociation.org P: (02) 9431 8622 Ann Dodd, Manager programs E: email@example.com Understanding the distinction between governance and leadership is critical for project and job performance. however, according to a recent industry survey, there is room for improvement. project managers were surveyed in 2010 through a joint initiative by the region’s centre for collaborative practice excellence, the Alliancing Association of Australasia (AAA) and RMIt University. project governance roles were identified as requiring clarification and enhancement. In response, the AAA developed a course for infrastructure procurement, design and delivery project managers. the course is part of a non-commercial best practice training program and provides heightened appreciation of how to create clarity and direction for project team members, drive accountability and develop controls and reporting structures to demonstrate value. Course content defines project/program governance and client requirements; examines how to deliver and sustain effective governance; and includes factual, knowledge-based coverage of the latest achievements and challenges experienced by recognised leading practitioners. the one-day course will be presented twice on 7 June and 7 September 2011. PRODUCTS in thE MarkEt one-day course: Governance and organisational leadership for Relationship Contracts thINKStoCK
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