Armagh graduate achieves APM's student accolade
Posted by APM on 28th Feb 2014
A 23 year old trainee project manager from Armagh has been awarded the Association for Project Management's Best Overall Student Performance Award by the APM Northern Ireland Branch.
David McKinney who is employed with Henry Brothers, Magherafelt, was awarded the prize for his performance in the MSc course in Construction Business and Project Management at the University of Ulster.
Presenting the award to David at a special business lunch for corporate members at the Merchant Hotel recently is Treasurer of APMs Northern Ireland branch Gerry Coghlan.
The APM Northern Ireland branch was established in 1990. Over the last 18 years it has led the way in developing project and programme management in Northern Ireland. It is supported by an elected committee of members who are passionate about success.
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