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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2013
Step up in your career with RegPM CPPE CPPD CPPM CPPP MEMBERS (ASSOCIATE/MEMBER/FELLOW) monitor evaluate direct assess manage implement contribute partcipate Apply or Upgrade Now • CPPE: The Certﬁed Practcing Portolio Executve will monitor a series of projects and evaluate what projects are most beneﬁcial towards the whole organisatons strategy. • CPPD: The Certﬁed Practcing Project Director will regularly direct projects, assess that the progress is in line with the organisatonal goals and analyse their eﬀectveness. • CPPM: The Certﬁed Practcing Project Manager will plan projects, manage teams and implement projects in consultaton with higher authorites. • CPPP: The Certﬁed Practcing Project Practtoner level is suitable for team members who are applying their PM knowledge to projects, contributng to projects plans and partcipatng in team meetngs. • Members: You must ﬁrst be a fully paid AIPM member at Associate, Member or Fellow level to be involved in the RegPM Program. NEW For more informaton on the RegPM Program, contact Ivana Lozancic on (02) 8288 8700 or firstname.lastname@example.org You can count on us. 10,962* We know the figure above represents the average distribution of this publication. No more, no less. It's the absolute truth. How do we know? Well, we have our publication audited by the CAB. Why? Because we are committed to protecting our advertisers. The CAB audits our newspapers, magazines, websites and exhibitions to make sure advertisers are getting all of what they are paying so much for. There is a lot of money at stake, but a surprisingly large number of advertisers blindly trust the numbers they are given by unaudited media. We just don't understand why. Why would an advertiser risk paying too much for too little? Ask yourself this, what kind of media outlet wouldn't want to be audited? As an advertiser, put your mind at rest, insist that you only use media that's been CAB audited. Like this one. *Average Net Distribution October 2011 - March 2012 You can count on us
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