Adam Griffiths | BEng (Hons), MSc, MBA, CEng, CMgr, ChPP, MIET, FCMI, MAPM
- Electronics & Systems Engineer - 2004
- Senior Engineering Consultant - 2007
- APM Project Management Qualification– 2007
- Principal Engineering & Management Consultant - 2009
- Chief Engineer (£1bn programme) - 2010
- Chartered Engineer - 2011
- Programme Manager - 2012
- Head of Programmes - 2013
- APM Full Member - 2015
- Programmes & Engineering Director - 2018
- Chartered Manager and Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute - 2018
- Chartered Project Professional - 2018
What inspired you to become a Chartered Project Professional?
I was inspired to become a Chartered Project Professional so that I would finally be seen as a Project Professional with an Engineering background rather than a Professional Engineer (CEng) who did Project Management on the side.
What has the impact been on your career since becoming a Chartered Project Professional?
I was head hunted to become Programmes & Engineering Director for another large Aerospace & Defence Organisation, where I am establishing two world class functions including the necessary people, processes, tools and facilities.
Would you recommend becoming a Chartered Project Professional? Please explain why
I would recommend becoming a Chartered Project Professional for two reasons, the first is personal intrinsic confirmation of your skills and experience, the second is extrinsic professional confirmation for your peers, employer and potential employer of your position within the profession