Project Management Trained – Now what?
Project Management Trained – Now what?
The easiest way to acquire Professional Development Units (PDUs) is at one of the PMI Global Congress events. Phoenix is blessed to host the 2014 North American Global Congress from October 26-28. Registration just opened! Check out the site, and consider your options. If you actively participate in the Congress you can easily earn up to 30 PDU’s. Early attendance and late departure options always provide additional PDU opportunity.
Or you could arrive early for a week of Project Management training at Interface Technical Training – or attend one of the ITIL and Business tracks being offered to accommodate congress attendee travel schedules.
I am excited. EXCITED. The email opening registration for prior attendees arrived Thursday. Many of the top project management professionals, presenters, leading topics, and learning opportunities. Having attended the last two North America congresses in Vancouver, BC and New Orleans, I look forward to taking advantage of the many pre and post event opportunities. Chances abound to socialize with other project managers, key note speakers, authors, and thought leaders in project management business and social change.
Leading edge change is contributed through the thirty-three PMI Communities of Practice (CoP), including updates to the PMBOK® and PMI Credential Program. Many of the COPs hold formal meetings at the Global Congress, and social exchanges abound. Check out your options and get involved before the Congress for optimal input and benefit. Request an invitation to the specific center of practice meetings that typically occur before, during or after a PMI Global congress.
- Aerospace and Defense
- Change Management
- Construction Industry
- Earned Value Management
- Energy, Oil, Gas and Petrochemical
- Ethics in Project Management
- Financial Services Industry
- Global Diversity
- Global Sustainability
- Human Resource Project Management
- Information Systems
- Innovation and New Product Development
- International Development
- IT and Telecom
- Leadership in Project Management
- Learning, Education and Development
- Legal Project Management
- Marketing and Sales
- New Practitioners
- Organizational Project Management
- Program Management Office
- Project Management Quality
- Project Risk Management
- Requirements Management
- Service and Outsourcing
- Utility Industry
If you are an Interface Technology Training student, you already know how awesome the weather can be in October. And how Arizona weather and outdoor venues will attract participants from all over the world. Top sponsors and vendor exhibits are already lining up.
If you truly want to commit yourself to the event, the call for presenters opens on April 11th and closes on May 13th. Check the site in June and July as the presenter list is finalized.
Or check out the social media sites and follow the Congress as the details evolve.
The congress is already broadcasting content on Twitter and Storify (#pmicongress).
And since you are coming to Phoenix, you might want to start watching the PMI Phoenix chapter site for pre-event information, PDU, and volunteer opportunities.
Interface has packaged our Project Management Professional certification course as a complete video set, and we will expand our delivery to incorporate live remote classrooms starting in June.
This is a great year for project management in Arizona!
I look forward to sharing with you in the classroom or online.
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