PMI-CTT Guest Pass Program
A chance to discover benefits and value in local chapter membership
PMI Guest Pass Program is a global PMI initiative at getting PMI members involved in their local chapters. With a large number of members missing out on chapter benefits and the value in participation, this is an opportunity to join and try out chapter membership for free.
Be part of a great team! PMI Canada's Technology Triangle (CTT) Chapter could not exist without our volunteers. As an organization we strive to provide learning and networking opportunities for our members.
Project Manager job opportunities in the area
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In an endeavor to give back to the community, we are excited to announce the launch of the career portal for the benefit of both job seekers and employers...
Regardless of job title, project professionals are being asked to not only manage a project, but to also elicit, specify, and manage requirements. Prove to employers that you have the business analysis skills by earning the PMI-PBA certification.
This is a virtual, self paced course created and taught by 1 of 4 core authors of The PMI Guide to Business Analysis, Cheryl Lee.
CAPM® Certification from the Project Management Institute is the industry standard for demonstrating competence and a solid foundation of project management skills. This workshop prepares participants to write the PMI Certified Associate in Project
Management (CAPM) certification exam and provides the 23 hour educational credits required for new applications.
Risk is an important reality in business because we live in a world of uncertainty. This course provides a comprehensive overview of risk and strategies on how to manage it. It acknowledges that not all risk is bad, that in fact with risks we also encounter opportunities. The course is structured around the risk management process defined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), published by the Project Management Institute. The course provides a systematic approach of identifying risks, analyzing the risks for potential impact to the organization or project, creating strategies to mitigate risks, applying risk response measures when risk events occur, and establishing procedures for monitoring, controlling, and reporting on risks. Both concepts and practical tools are provided for students to manage risk in their own organizations and projects.
PMI-CTT could not exist without our volunteers. As an organization we strive to provide learning and networking opportunities for our members and volunteering is one opportunity for members to develop professionally. The time commitment required varies depending on the volunteer position from an hour or two per month for some administrative positions to 20 hours per month for leadership roles.
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