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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2013
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 9 AIPM NEWS CHAPTERS • On behalf of the SA Chapter Council, I would like to thank SA Water and Waterlink SA, Families SA, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) and iess MacDow Joint Ventu re, Health Workforce Australia, Mott Macdonald, Telstra Corporation Limited, and Santos for submitting entries for the 2013 SA PMA A presented by Electranet. I would also like to congratulate our category winners and the SA Project of the Year. is year we received a great variety of submissions and I would encourage our members to start thinking about which of their projects will be eligible for the 2014 PMAA. I would like to welcome our two recently joined SA corporate members ASC Shipbuilding Pty Ltd and Cobham Aviation Ser vices, and the numerous individual members who joined in June and July. We encourage all members to try out a new special interest group and attend as many CPD events as possible. Sami Abou-Hamdan SA Chapter President e WA Chapter held its PMA A Awards Ceremony at a very well attended cocktail party. Over 20 submissions were received and awards were presented in eight categories. Congratulations go to Parsons Brinckerhoff, CBH Group, Airser vices and Water Corporation for securing category awards. Special congratulations to the Department of Transport for a 'clean sweep' on its Esperance Clean-up and Recovery Project, which secured the Regional Development Award, as well as WA Project of the Year and WA Project Manager of the Year, Matt Devenish. anks to National President David Hudson for making the effort to travel to Perth to attend the event and present awards. e Chapter recently hosted a Corporate Luncheon at which CEOs and Senior Executives from government and private sector organisations were given a presentation on the benefits of AIPM Corporate Membership by David Hudson. e luncheon proved to be very successful and will be the forerunner of similar events in the future. NOTICEBOARD » 27 NOV BREAKFAST FORUM Chris Carman WA Chapter President Michael King TAS Chapter President e recent Victorian PMAA gala dinner was a great evening that saw a wide range of category winners, many of which then proceeded to compete in the National Awards. Congratulations to all winners and especially those that went on to receive national recognition. It was good to see so many municipal and regional projects among this year's submissions; some that were quite large and complex including the redevelopment of the War rnambool Healthcare campus by SKM, which won Victorian Project of the Year. After focusing attention on the National Conference and PMAA, it's now back to our regular schedule of events, which will be no less stimulating and will include our first regional event in Shepparton. We are keen to increase the opportunities for learning and networking for our regional members and are testing interest levels with two new regional for ums this year. At the Tasmanian State PMAA presentation dinner, it was with pride that our presenters acknowledged the achievements of individuals and team members by recognising the high standard and number of submissions. Entries were submitted for almost all categories and, for the first time, for the individual awards of Program / Project Director and Project Manager of the Year. As well as recognising the number and quality of submissions, I take this opportunity to recognise the many hours that our Councillors and National Office put into making these events such a success. is hard work goes hand in hand with the promotion of project management and meeting our members e xpectations. We have also been able to take advantage of the AIPM Advanced Professional Practice Workshop on Project Procurement through a facilitated one day session in Hobart. e workshop was a success and we will work to identify other opportunities. Michael Ratcliffe VIC Chapter President NOTICEBOARD » 24 OCT PMO SIG MEETING » 31 OCT PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE SERIES FORUM » 14 NOV SHEPPARTON EVENT »19NOVPPM » 9 DEC PMO SIG MEETING NOTICEBOARD » 15 NOV WIPM EVENT » 5 DEC NETWORKING EVENT NOTICEBOARD » REFER TO AIPM WEBSITE WWW.AIPM.COM.AU » For more information about events in all states, visit the Events section of the AIPM website: www.aipm.com.au
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