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QA to host free project management seminar
QA is to host a free breakfast seminar that aims to advise project management leaders on methods for increasing the knowledge and skills of their teams, while improving the maturity of the project management process.
The seminar takes place at the Institute of Electrical Engineers in London on 28th September 2005.
Director of Learning at QA, Brian Sutton, said: "Ensuring the successful completion of complex projects is one of the key challenges for today's businesses. Yet, without a clear understanding of the criteria for success, and the skills available within the organisation to drive that achievement, many projects are destined to fail.
"This event will help guide project and programme managers and directors on the techniques and tactics to employ to avoid project failure. Providing practical guidance on how best to optimise project teams, and managing your team's development, the seminar will draw upon examples of industry best practice to boost successful project delivery."
The event, which runs from 9 am to 12.30 pm, features three speakers:
According to QA, attendees looking to maintain their certification will be entitled to claim two Personal Development Units from the Project Management Institute (PMI) for attending the event. Certificates of attendance will be available on the day to enable delegates to claim the units.
For more information about the event call QA on 020 7656 8459
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