APM Planning, Monitoring and Control SIG chair to speak at Project Controls Expo
Posted by APM on 17th Sep 2015
APM Planning, Monitoring and Control specific interest group (SIG) chairman Steve Jones will be speaking at next month’s Project Controls Expo in London.
He will be joining high profile speakers from companies such as High Speed 2 Ltd (HS2), Turner & Townsend and CH2M on Tuesday 13 October at Arsenal Football Club’s Emirates Stadium.
Steve will be running a workshop in the ‘Back to basics zone’ at 9:40am, which will provide delegates with an introduction to planning, scheduling and earned value.
Those that attend also have the opportunity to speak to APM on exhibition stand 33 to find out more about the FIVE Dimensions of Professionalism which is supported by an APM resource including membership, qualifications, events and publications.
Delegates can also take advantage of a great promotional offer on the newly published project controls guide.
Those that come to the APM stand can save 20% when purchasing Planning, Scheduling, Monitoring and Control: The Practical Project Management of Time, Cost and Risk at the show. That is a saving of nearly £10.
All APM members, corporate member employees and website visitors can attend the event for free, simply use the code APM2015 during the registration process.
Project Controls Expo 2015 will bring all project controls professionals together. There will be a chance to network with like-minded individuals, learn about the latest advancements, meet technology leaders and explore current and future project control opportunities.
The expo will be split into four zones: technology, workshops, back to basics and master classes. Throughout the day there will be networking coffee, showcase and job fair, subject matter expert panels, buffet lunch and an evening social.
There will be a range of topics covered including an introduction to cost engineering and project risk management, realistic risk quantification for project cost and schedule, and BIM.
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