The Progressive Project Professional
Posted by Laura on 18th Apr 2017
The APM National Conference for Women in Project Management sponsored by BAE Systems has returned for 2017.
This year the conference aims to give delegates a new insight into the evolution of our profession as we answer industry’s growing call for our skills to deliver projects in ever more complex and challenging environment across new and emerging sectors.
The conference is a must attend event for anyone looking to be part of the next generation of project professionals or employers wanting to understand how to access a diversifying talent pool to deliver their future projects.
To be held at ETC Venues’ 155 Bishopsgate, in the heart of London on Thursday 28 September 2017. The day will seek out to what it takes to become a progressive project professional; looking at the skills you need to develop the career you want, the inspiring projects you could be working on and the techniques and approaches you will need to meet the demands of projects both today and in the future.
The person charged with igniting the day will be keynote speaker Maggie Aderin-Pocock, English space scientist and honorary research associate at the University College London's Department of Physics and Astronomy. Since February 2014, she has co-presented the long-running astronomy TV programme The Sky at Night.
If you or your team want to progress in your project career, secure your place today. Early bird tickets will be available for a limited time only.
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The Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire branch of APM were planning a series of 4 events on Brexit during 2017 however a change in circumstances has resulted in the events being postponed.