Continuing education and project professional development
Tips on maintaining your PMI certification: PDU Category B covers the completion of academic courses provided by a college or university that is not one of PMI’s Registered Education Providers. Anne Booc explains how you can claim PDUs in this category.
Project practitioners invited to OGC Best Practice Users Day
Project practitioners, executive managers and PMO specialists are invited to Best Practice Users Day, an event designed to bring together those who are planning to implement the UK Office of Government Commerce (OGC) best practice methods such as P30, P3M3, MSP and PRINCE2.
Project management for beginners webinar
The Australian Businesswomen’s Network (ABN) will host a project management webinar for beginners on 28 April 2011.
Presented by Helen S Cooke and Karen Tate, authors of The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Project Management, the webinar will take participants through a basic overview of how to successfully coordinate projects from start to finish.
Building information sharing needs improvement
Organisations involved with the design, construction and operation of buildings are lagging behind when it comes to using technology to share information, according to John Mitchell, director of BuildingSMART, the International Alliance for Building Interoperability. “The Australian construction industry has a low rate of IT technology take-up to date when compared to other industries such […]
New lifecycle data available for building projects
The Building Products Innovation Council (BPIC) and the Federal Government have completed a three-year project to compile Life Cycle Inventory data for Australian building materials. According to BPIC, the Building Products Life Cycle Inventory will assist lifecycle assessment practitioners and others in the construction industry—from architects and project managers to engineers and developers—to more accurately […]