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Project Manager : Project Manager Dec Jan 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 13 12 Project Manager ChAPters • ContaCt marTine PeasLey WA Chapter Coordinator 08 9447 5663 email@example.com Visit the AIPM website for more information on events ContaCt OLimPia waTkins VIC Chapter Coordinator 03 9369 2160 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the AIPM website for more information on events The Christmas/New Year holiday period usually attracts some reflection on the year that has just been and aspirations for the year ahead. This is particularly true for me since assuming the Chapter presidency in October. The Vic Chapter has had a successful year of events and activities. The challenge now is to deliver an even better program and services to members in 2012. In 2012, Melbourne will host the AIPM National Conference titled ‘People, Places, Projects’. After a very successful conference in Brisbane this year, with AIPM hosting the 25th IPMA World Congress, the bar has been set high. But Victoria will rise to the challenge and work with the national team to provide a standout professional and social event. Other priorities for the year will be expanding the regional events program for members not based in Melbourne. There will also be new opportunities for those interested in program management and PMO. My hope is that all our events can be more topical and rewarding to the wide range of industries in which we work. I thank the outgoing Victorian President, Trevor Alex, Chapter Councillors and Coordinator, Olimpia Watkins, for their hard work over the year. We all look forward to a great 2012. ❰ Western Australia ❱ ❰ Victoria ❱ Michael ratcliffe VIC Chapter President Mark newton WA Chapter President «taKe soMe tIMe to reFresh anD get reaDy beCause I FeeL the neW year Is goIng to KeeP roLLIng on as the WorK In the north West IntensIFIes» It’s been a great finish to the year for the WA Chapter thanks to the team from the Water Corporation bringing home four National Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAA) including Project of the Year. This caps off a great year in the West. We’ve continued to grow steadily all year and now have more than 800 WA members. Thanks to Linda and Nancy for their support in getting a Bunbury forum up and running. We are now working on the Pilbara region with support from Jenella in Port Hedland. We would also like to establish similar forums in Karratha and Broome in the New Year. Let the WA Chapter know if you are interested in getting involved. After a successful ‘The Art of Getting Things Done’ event in 2011, we are again hosting a conference at the Mining Australia Exhibition on 28 March 2012. And as the year winds down, enjoy the Christmas break with family and friends. Take some time to refresh and get ready because I feel the New Year is going to keep rolling on as work in the north west intensifies with continued expansion projects, new mines and oil and gas projects at the big end of town, which does have a ‘flow on’ effect elsewhere. Thanks to the WA Chapter Councillors for their support and a special thanks to Martine for her efforts this year. «My hoPe Is that aLL our events Can be More toPICaL anD reWarDIng to the WIDe range oF InDustrIes In WhICh We WorK»
Project Manager Oct Nov 2011
Project Manager Feb March 2012