PMI-KPC offers a wide range of services aimed at spreading Project management’s Best Practices to Industry, Government and Academia.. Our Certificate Courses in Project Management for organizations and the General Public use an effective customized approach to help improve PM skills and at the same time satisfy their professional development, education and trainings needs.

PMI-KPC has a number of programs carefully designed to help participants confidently get ahead in their professional career and businesses: Knowledge Sharing Sessions, Conferences, Workshops, Panel Discussions and other events that help them gain and share knowledge and expertise among themselves. These programs also help them effectively network with experts and gurus of various industries and academia.

Currently PMI-KPC is:

  • Conducting workshops for the PMP certification exam.
  • Monthly seminars for its members with guest speakers from a wide range of industries.

  • Symposiums for projecting Project Management knowledge in concert with the local industry.

  • Volunteer services to spread Project Management knowledge to NGO’s.

When your organization engages itself with PMI-KPC they get the support of not only the local chapter but the combined expertise of the PMI organization. PMI-KPC proposes the following:

  • Promote Project Management practices at your organization by providing its employees with flyers and reference material through their HR.

  • We can conduct free lectures for your HR identified employees detailing PM best practices by PMI-KPC industry experts.

  • PMI-KPC can place information booth at your premises in concert with HR.

  • PMI-KPC can conduct its 2 day and 4 day workshops specifically for your organization employees at special rates at your premises.

  • PMO assistance can be provided by PMI-KPC experts.

  • Your organization can be highlighted at the monthly seminars through sponsorship of the events.

  • We can help to highlight organizations that are practicing PM methodologies, in the wider PMI community.

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