Discover the profession’s ‘game-changer’ at Project Challenge

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The Project Challenge Expo is back on 9-10 October, and once again APM will be supporting the event.

Representatives from across APM will be on hand in the exhibition area to answer any questions delegates may have, plus Gill Hancock, head of professional standards, will be presenting.

Gill’s talk titled, Chartered Project Professional – a game changer for you and for the profession, will give an overview about the development of the chartered standard, the benefits for the profession, for employers and for individuals. Gill will also provide an overview of the routes to achieving chartered status and how to apply.

APM Wessex Branch committee member and ambassador of the APM Education Group, Dave Corbin, will also present a session about The Benefits of Modern Apprenticeships. Leaning on his own apprenticeship journey, Dave, who is director and head of project management for WYG, will talk about the difference in today’s apprenticeship offering and the benefit from an employer’s perspective.

The two-day event held at London Olympia has a jammed-packed programme with over 40 speakers and presentations focussing around four zones.

  • Case studies and Expertise.
  • Masterclass/Solutions.
  • Learning & Professional Development.
  • Solutions, Planning & Controls.

Event visitors will gain real practical value from leading industry experts, while staying up to date with the latest tools, solutions and services.

Come and visit us at stand 140 where delegates can take advantage of 20 per cent off of APM titles.

Book your free place today or find out more information about Project Challenge.

Posted on 2nd Oct 2018
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