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Project Manager : Project Manager Dec Jan 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 11 10 Project Manager ContaCt rOger Birch ACT Chapter Coordinator 02 6285 2191 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events «WeLCoMe to the aCt ChaPter young anD eMergIng ProjeCt ProFessIonaLs sPeCIaL Interest grouP, WhICh oFFICIaLLy LaunCheD In oCtober» chapters ❰ New South Wales ❱ ❰ Australian Capital Territory ❱ Boyd McCarron ACT Chapter President Paul Campbell NSW Chapter President Season’s greetings and best wishes for 2012. Well done ACT Health and Point PM on your success at the PMAA awards and best of luck in the 2012 Asia Pacific Federation of Project Management awards. I'd also like to welcome ACT Chapter Young and Emerging Project Professionals (YEPP) SIG, which officially launched in October at The Deck at Regatta Point, Canberra. Our thanks to guest speaker Jan Dorrington, Deputy CEO of Customs and Border Protection, and sponsors PeopleBank, Point PM, Capgemini, Greythorn, Mindavation, Manpower, Frontier Recruitment and Talent International. Find out more about YEPP by checking out the State and national Facebook pages. AIPM ACT and the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) jointly hosted a senior executive breakfast meeting in November with guest speaker, Senator Hon Penny Wong. The event was aimed at strategic project management issues: delivery and workforce. Expect more in this space in 2012. In general project management news, look out for new national OH&S laws to be introduced in January 2012 that will harmonise occupational health and safety legislation across Australia. As project managers, it’s worth getting across these changes to see what it means for you, your organisation and your projects. Also, AIPM’s Portfolio Management Standards have been finalised and will be launched in 2012. The NSW event topics for 2012 will be coordinated with Project Manager magazine themes. We will again be holding events in The Hunter, Illawarra , Sydney CBD and Parramatta. Of particular note is the 2012 Government Projects National Forum with a theme of ‘Doing More with Less’. Join us in beautiful Darling Harbour, Sydney on 29 March and hear from our seven expert speakers. More details will be announced later this month. For those living in remote locations, there are several ways you can increase your CPD points and maintain your RegPM certification. Visit the AIPM website under Events. Then click on CPD > CPD Points table and look under the B and C points categories for some activities you can perform on your own. We are still searching for new ways to deliver simultaneous broadcasts via Skype (and/or other video conferencing products) and will be making an announcement soon. We know the is there and it is easy to ‘hook up’. The main challenge is to find venues at each end that can link to a reasonably high-speed internet connection. The main benefit of this exercise is extending knowledge sharing across the State. Wishing you a safe and happy summer break. ContaCt rOByn TuLaDhar NSW Chapter Coordinator 0431 065 212 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events «For those LIvIng In reMote LoCatIons, there are severaL Ways you Can KeeP your CPD PoInts InCreasIng anD MaIntaIn your regPM CertIFICatIon»
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