Meet the Professionals event - London
Posted by APM on 23rd Feb 2016
The London branch is holding a ‘Meet the Project Management Professionals’ evening at Westminster University on Monday 14th March 2016 from 18:00 until 20:00. The event is suitable for students and recent graduates who are interested in a career in project management.
The evening will feature young project managers presenting their top tips on key skills required in the profession and there will be a chance to ask questions about their experience and achievements. There will also be a short talk on what makes a good curriculum vitae (CV) and how you can improve your own from an experienced project manager recruiter.
In the second half of the evening leading project management firms and recruiters will be on hand to offer advice on CV writing and skills sought by employers. Current recruiters include:
- Turner & Townsend
If a career in project management isn’t something you had previously considered, this is your opportunity to meet Project Management Professionals to find out more.
Food will be available and attendees are encouraged to take the opportunity to network with young professionals and likeminded people. The event will count as 2 hours of Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
This event is free for all attendees.
Details of event:
University of Westminster
Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment
35 Marylebone Road
Networking & Refreshments: 6:45pm
Register for the event for free at: www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-project-management-professionals-tickets-22020970315
If you have any question regarding the event please contact: email@example.com
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