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Featured Events

02
Jun
2018

06-02-2018 8:00 am
BCIT Downtown Vancouver
BCIT Downtown Vancouver
555 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 3H6, Canada
Early Bird

Date: Jun 2 – Jun 30, 2018 (5 Saturdays)
Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: BCIT Downtown, 555 Seymour St.

Cost:

  • Early Bird:(Ends on May15 - 11:59 PM)
    • Chapter Members (must login to receive discount)
      • $1,000 CAD
    • Non-Members
      • $1,250 CAD
  • After Early Bird:
    • Chapter Members (must login to receive discount)
      • $1,250 CAD
    • Non-Members
      • $1,500 CAD

Meals: Light snacks and beverages provided

$1,500.00
20
Jun
2018

06-20-2018 5:00 pm -8:00 pm
Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver
Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver
791 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2T4, Canada
$65.00

Date: Wed  June 20, 2017
Time: 5:00 - 6:00 PM - Dinner
           6:00 - 8:00 PM - Keynote
 

Venue: Four Seasons Hotel, Vancouver, 791 West Georgia St. (Pavillon I & II)

Cost: $45 Members (must login to receive member discount)
  $65 Non-Members
  $70 Late Registration (Late Registration fee starts on June 18)

2 PDUs available - 1 Leadership, 1 Strategic and Business Management

About this session

The key distinctions between successful and failed projects have not changed over time, and likely will not change in the future. Advances in tools and technology have largely been a distraction, and only recently are thought leaders in the business world coming around to talk about what’s really important. With all that, though, there remain many projects that fail to deliver as expected.

In this talk, Jim will show how we are slowly making progress (in some circles), and expose some of the shiny objects that have kept us from focusing on what is important over the years.

From this foundation, he will describe the core elements that project leaders and team members alike can focus on, today, to dramatically improve their environment, culture of interaction, and approach to delivering value on projects.

Presenter

Jim Brosseau

$65.00 98
26
Jun
2018

06-26-2018 6:00 pm -9:00 pm
Mahoney & Sons Public House
Mahoney & Sons Public House
1055 Canada Place, Unit #36 (Burrard Landing), Vancouver, BC V6C OC3, Canada
Free

It's that time of year again - time to enjoy the sun and grab a drink with your fellow project managers! Join us for a casual networking event and learn more about the PMI Canadian West Coast Chapter and the upcoming conference.

Enjoy a relaxed evening while renewing old connections and discovering new ones with the most picturesque views in the city.

This is a free event, but pre-registration is required. Seating is limited, and it's first to come first serve. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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Become A Chapter Member

PMI CWCC focuses on helping our members develop professional advancement through education, training, community involvement, mentorship, and leadership, while maintaining the core values of PMI.

Monthly Dinner Events

Our monthly dinner events are a great opportunity to learn about the latest topics in project management. Catch up with colleagues over a 3 course meal, or meet new acquaintances. Our dinner events are a popular gathering and sell out quickly. 

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Annual Conference

Once a year, the Chapter holds the PMI CWCC Conference & Industry Showcase. This is our largest Chapter event of the year. This two-day event offers access to exclusive keynote speakers, high quality sessions, panel discussions, networking opportunities, and a chance to earn at least 11 PDUs.

Featured Volunteer

Natalia Boyd

Natalia is PMP certified Project Coordinator with 10 years of experience in Projec Support roles. Her work experience extends across industries such as IT, Transmission & Distribution, Oil & Gas and Construction. Natalia came to Canada in 2010 from Sakhalin Island, located in the Far East of Russia. She has a Bachelor Degree in Asian Studies and Diploma in Business Management from two Sakhalin State Universities. Upon arrival to Canada she completed a Business Operations management program at BCIT.  

Natalia joined PMI Canadian West Coast Chapter in 2012. During 6 years of volunteering she was the Director of Speakers in the Programs Portfolio, researching and contracting notable speakers for Chapters dinner events. In 2016, she became the PMIEF liaison to CWCC, and in charge of PMAP Apprenticeship program. Her strong qualities include exceptional problem solving and communication skills, positive attitude and self-discipline as well as leadership & drive in achieving set objectives.

PMI-CWCC is very proud on these achievements and thanks Natalia and her team for the notable contributions.

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Why Volunteer?

The success of our Chapter is dependant on great volunteers. Consider joining the team and make a difference to the project management community. 

Earn volunteer PDUs

Work with a talented team

Meet like-minded people

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