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APM launches new event on Project Fundamentals in UK

 

FUTURE EVENT NEWS

19 August 2014 – London, UK – The Association for Project Management (APM) in the United Kingdom has announced the launch of a new one-day conference called “APM Presents…Project Management in Practice.” Taking place on 16th October, this event is intended to provide a unique opportunity to project professionals who are at the beginning or middle of their career to get expert insight into the fundamentals of project management, the “how to”.

140819-pmwj26-new-IMAGEField experts from each of the APM Specific Interest Groups will be giving a valuable introduction to key areas of project management from governance and risk management to assurance and benefits management.

Nick Johns, chair of the SIG Steering Group said: “APM recognised the need for an event which focuses on project fundamentals, and APM Presents will be a fantastic opportunity to learn from the knowledge and expertise of the project specialists that we have within the APM Specific Interest Groups. I strongly urge everyone to take advantage of this new and unique event”.

Delegates will be able to attend six sessions during the course of the day with lots of opportunity to ask questions and learn from our specialist practitioners.

Click here to book a place at this event. APM are giving the opportunity to those who book by Friday 12th September the chance to choose from a number of APM publications for free – making a saving of up to £30.

For full event details visit APM Presents…Project Management in Practice.

Founded in 1972, the APM is a registered charity in the UK with more than 21,000 individual and 540 corporate members. APM’s mission is: “To develop and promote the professional disciplines of project and programme management for the public benefit.”   The APM is dedicated to the development of professional project, programme and portfolio management across all sectors of industry and beyond. APM, with branches throughout the UK and in Hong Kong, is the UK national representative in the International Project Management Association (IPMA). More information at http://www.apm.org.uk/

Source: Association for Project Management