Skills shortage to be tackled at Project Challenge

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Posted by APM on 23rd Feb 2012

Increasing project professionalism is a top priority for APM and the profession as a whole. That is why APM will be addressing the skills shortage in project and programme management during a speaker slot at Project Challenge, which takes place at Olympia, London on 21st and 22nd March 2012.

Gill Hancock, Product Development Manager at APM, will run an interactive session investigating how organisations can support and grow their own internal project management capability as well as looking at ways of meeting current and future project management skills shortages across a number of industry sectors. The session will include discussions on initiatives such as the Higher Apprenticeship in project management, increasing competence and professionalism, and how these can contribute to increased project success rates.

There is an opportunity to speak directly with an APM representative on stand 78/76 about all products and services offered by the largest project management professional body in Europe, including membership, qualifications, events or publications.

For more information and to register to free visit the Project Challenge website.

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