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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2011
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 15 ChaPters • ContaCt maRTine peasley WA Chapter Coordinator 08 9447 5663 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events notiCeboard The WA Chapter would like to extend its congratulations to PMAA Project of the Year finalist the Water Corporation. The award acknowledges groundbreaking work in integrating the southern seawater desalination plant to meet Perth’s needs. don’t miss Per Akesson, Project Manager, Risk Management will present ‘In Large Projects, the Major Risk is the Project Organisation’ on 20 October. Per has worked on major infrastructure projects in Scandinavia, including the Citytunnel Project in Malmö. ContaCt olimpia WaTkins VIC Chapter Coordinator 03 9369 2160 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events notiCeboard The Defence Materiel Organisation, Land Systems Division, Combat Support Systems Program Office is the Victorian finalist for the PMAA Project of the Year award. The Victorian Chapter extends its congratulations. don’t miss Join like-minded professionals at to the PM Professional Development Group (PMDG) event on 16 November. This Special Interest Group is open to everyone interested in project management, including students and project team members through to senior project managers. PMAA is over for another year. Congratulations to our WA Chapter winners. It has been pleasing to see the growth in entries in WA over the past couple of years. As a part of our PMAA program, the ‘WA – No Limits’ conference was held. Case studies and process presentations from senior practitioners on WA and the Middle East projects made this event something that shouldn’t have been missed. Our monthly breakfast program continues to be well supported and the number of enquiries I receive increases – so the AIPM’s impact continues to grow. In the past few months, our state chapter has been involved in a discussion with a government agency and expect to see this discussion grow fur ther. This has also involved a number of cor porate level discussions which will see the corporate register grow in the short term as well. The relevance and importance of competency-based certification is being seen as more of a differentiator and benefit to individuals and organisations in our industry. More on that in the near future. Congratulations to the Project of the Year State winner at the Victorian Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA): Defence Materiel Organisation for the Counter – Rocket, Artiller y and Mortar Project. Well done to all other Victorian PMAA winners. It was great to see the variety of submissions received this year, from Information Technology to Constr uction and Defence. In 2012 the AIPM National Conference and PMAA Awards night will be held in what has been voted the world’s most liveable city – Melbourne. I encourage my state members to please think about your current projects and consider putting a submission forward for next year. The Victorian Project Managers Professional Development Group (PMDG) is on every eight weeks. The PMDG was created for the purpose of further developing and maturing our members’ project management skills. It has been running for more than three years now and is open to all members from any industry. The PMDG also encourages our members to learn from each other. Finally, be sure to enjoy the spring racing carnival. ❰ Western Australia ❱ ❰ Victoria ❱ trevor alex VIC Chapter President Mark Newton WA Chapter President
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