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Mar
16
Wed
Project Excellence Award Assessors Training @ Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Mar 16 – Mar 18 all-day

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INFORMATION FOR POTENTIAL ASSESSORS

  • 1. Age must be above 30 years old.

    2. Experience in working as a project manager: min 5 years or experience in working as a consultant in project management: min 7 years

    3. Member of any one of the IPMA National Member Associations.

    4. Be nominated by the National Member Association for the position of PE Award assessor.

    THE NOMINATION WILL BE CHECKED WITH THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION BEFORE THE START OF TRAINING!

  • • You will take part in a training session to get to know the IPMA Project Excellence Model in order to be prepared to assess projects when you are appointed as a PE Award Assessor.

    • You will practice how to apply the Project Excellence model and how to objectively assess the project management of a project that is entered into the awards process.

    • You will get detailed insights into the working of a project team that applies for the IPMA PE Award. For example during the on-site visit when applied methods, plans, procedures, results, successful areas and lessons learnt are discussed with project team members and important stakeholders.

    • You will have the opportunity to discuss and exchange views with experienced international colleagues during the training.

    • You will practice and develop the skills required to be able to carry out an unbiased assessment of the project management of a project. You will learn how to assess the excellence of the project management; define strong points and areas for improvement. These skills will be useful for your organization and perhaps for your customers too.

  • •Participating in the PE Assessor Training for the 3 day-duration

    • Self-preparation to the training (1 day)

    If you are selected as assessor for the 2016 Project Excellence Awards, you commit yourself to:

    • An individual Assessment: about 2-3 days;

    • A Team Virtual meeting: 5 hours;

    • Site-Visit: 3-4 days plus time necessary for travelling;

    • Contributing to the Feedback Report: 2 days.

    Preparing for the training needs to be taken seriously so that you will be able to follow and participate in the class discussions and to participate actively in working group sessions.

    Successful participation in the training in principle obliges you to work as an Assessor if the Award PMO asks you to participate in an assessor team in the current year’s Project Excellence Award.

    The confirmation of acceptance for and the participation in the training does not automatically imply that the you will be nominated to act as an IPMA International PE Award Assessor.

 

IPMA PE Award Assessors Training Registration

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  • Work Information

  • IPMA Membership Information

  • Project Knowledge & Experience

  • Booking Conditions & Cancellation Policy

  • 1. Registration can only be done by filling in the on-line application form.

    2. A receivable amounting the registration fee is booked as soon as a person registers for the training.

    3. IPMA will always send an invoice to charge the payable amount for the Training.

    4. Payment of the invoice needs to be done within 14 days, but at all times before the Training takes place.

    5. If payment has not been done at the seminars date, IPMA has the right to deny access to the seminar to persons who's fees have not been paid

  • 1. No cancellation fees will be incurred if you transfer your place to another person at least 7 days prior to the seminar date AND inform IPMA about it.

    2. A refund of 50% of the total amount charged will be given if the cancellation is done more than 7 days prior to the seminar date.

    3. If cancellation is done within 7 days prior to the seminar date, no refund will be given.

    4. When cancelling and entitled to a refund according to the above policy, refunds can only be made if complete wiring instructions are provided.

    5. IPMA has the right to deviate from the above Cancellation Policy but can only do so in favor of the participant.

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  • Payment Information

  • Payment can be made via bank transfer or telegraphic transfer using the following information:

    Bank Name: RHB BANK BHD

    Account Name: PERSATUAN PENGURUSAN PROJEK MALAYSIA

    Account Number: 214-099-000-728-17

    (IBAN/BIC) Swift code: RHBBMYKLXXX

    Please email the bank in / fund transfer acknowledgement slip to [email protected].

    IMPORTANT NOTE: MAPM WILL NOT BEAR ANY TRANSFER FEE/CHARGE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFER MADE BY THE PARTICIPANT.

 

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Sep
23
Fri
SEPTEMBER 2016 – MAPM Brain Snacks Series – Introduction @ Ativo Plaza
Sep 23 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
SEPTEMBER 2016 - MAPM Brain Snacks Series - Introduction @ Ativo Plaza | Kuala Lumpur | Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia

Why we need Brain Snacks?

It is becoming increasingly clear that we need to re-think many aspects of how we manage projects or programmes. Many aspects influence the outcome of the projects or programmes and it requires competent and innovative project managers.

Take this opportunity to share proven practice, perceptions, project stories and examples with fellow project managers and others working in projects. Then set creative ideas to work for you.

Join us for a fun and discussion-filled morning on a journey through innovative ideas, PM concepts and applications linked with IPMA principles.

The topics for this month are:

Topic 1: Green Project Management

In this interactive workshop you will meet people who are active globally in incorporating Green Project Management in the project life cycle and who provide various inputs to individuals, companies, organisations and government on how to upgrade project managers’ skill, talent and competence. Following sustainability principles is the best approach when managing change. If you have already implemented green projects, learn how to get recognition globally.

Topic 2: World of Project Management

The project management discipline has a plethora of guidance: bodies of knowledge, competence baselines, national and international standards, organizational practices and procedures. How can a project manager deal with all of this information, especially when some of it is in conflict? In this presentation, we’ll demonstrate how each project management guidance document is similar to a geographical map. We’ll also show how viewing the various guidance documents as maps in an atlas will help you make better use of them.

Brain Snacks Registration Form

 

Event Details

  • A-7-1, Ativo Plaza, Bandar Seri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur
  • 1st December 2016
  • 6.30pm - 8.30pm
 

Price

  • Member / *Student - RM 40

    Non Member - RM 80

    *Please present your Student ID card at the registration Counter

  • Payment can be made through walk-in registration.
 

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Oct
21
Fri
OCTOBER 2016 – MAPM Brain Snacks Series @ Will be advised
Oct 21 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
OCTOBER 2016 - MAPM Brain Snacks Series @ Will be advised

Why we need Brain Snacks?

It is becoming increasingly clear that we need to re-think many aspects of how we manage projects or programmes. Many aspects influence the outcome of the projects or programmes and it requires competent and innovative project managers.

Take this opportunity to share proven practice, perceptions, project stories and examples with fellow project managers and others working in projects. Then set creative ideas to work for you.

Join us for a fun and discussion-filled morning on a journey through innovative ideas, PM concepts and applications linked with IPMA principles.

The topics for this month are:

Topic 1: Back to Basics

In this session, we’ll cover the Top Ten things that every project manager should know about project management. These aren’t necessarily the most important things. Rather, they are the things that many project managers seem to forget or misunderstand. Our list of the Top Ten runs the gamut from what is the purpose of project management standards to how to make earned value work.

Topic 2: Ignorance is Risk

When managing or working on a project, what you don’t know *can* hurt you. In this presentation, we’ll cover 10 common misperceptions about project management ranging from the truth about variances and change requests (both should be sought out and celebrated!) to the reality of Brook’s Law (adding resources to a late project will not always make it later!).

Dec
1
Thu
DECEMBER 2016 – MAPM Brain Snacks Series @ ThinkPlus Academy, Ativo Plaza
Dec 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

 

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Brain Snacks Registration Form

 

Event Details

  • A-7-1, Ativo Plaza, Bandar Seri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur
  • 1st December 2016
  • 6.30pm - 8.30pm
 

Price

  • Member / *Student - RM 40

    Non Member - RM 80

    *Please present your Student ID card at the registration Counter

  • Payment can be made through walk-in registration.
 

Privacy Policy

 

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