We are pleased to be part of the team launching the Project Time Management Certificate (PTMC) in Australasia. Mosaic’s Project Time Management Workshops are designed to:
– Offer a practical one-day scheduling and planning course.
– Underpin studies for the CIOB PTMC examination.
– Start a Blended training course for the PMI-SP credential.
In cooperation with the Chartered Institute of Building, Mosaic will be running a series of practical 1 Day Project Time Management Workshops that will be followed by a PTMC examination conducted by CIOB in the same city a few weeks later. Our first workshop will be held in Canberra as part of the Project Governance and Controls Symposium on the 9th & 10th April:
– Project Time Management Workshop – 9th April
– Free Controls Professional networking evening – 9th April (follows workshop)
– Project Governance and Controls Symposium – 10th April
– PTMC Examination – 4th May
These events are designed to re-frame project controls in Australia and provide an on-going forum for cross-industry, cross-association, cross-discipline discussions to advance the status and understanding of project controls. 2013 is the foundation year for what is planned to be a regular annual event.
Unlike the PMI-SP credential which requires formal training and a minimum of 3 years of experience for a candidate to be eligible for the examination, the PTMC is designed as a rigorous knowledge test that is open to anyone. Potential candidates can choose to self-study or take a course or any combination that works for them:
The PTMC is designed to provide experienced schedulers with proof they understand their discipline and offer graduates and others wishing to become a scheduler an opportunity to learn the art and skills associated with being a professional planner and scheduler – there is far more to the profession than simply using software!
– The PTMC Credential.
– PTM workshops (full schedule of dates).
– Book into the Canberra PTM workshop.
– Book into the free networking evening (scroll down page – cash bar)
– Join us at the Project Governance and Controls Symposium.
The Symposium and networking events are underwritten by the not-for-profit PM Global Foundation and apart from physical costs, all of the income from the PTM workshop will be used to help develop this important initiative. We look forward to your support.