12.02.2024 Author: IPMA Awards

IPMA Project Excellence Assessment Training, 14-16th March 2024, Munich, Germany

Join us at the European IPMA Project Excellence Assessment Training, and unlock your potential as a Project Excellence assessor!

This three-day training is organised for anyone interested in understanding and who would like to be able to apply the IPMA Project Excellence Model in their projects, programmes and/or organisations. This training is for IPMA Project Excellence Award applicant organisations, (potential) Awards Assessors and Judges who would like to participate in the 2024 Global Awards competition. Active Project Excellence Award Assessors are required to participate in this training at least every five years.

Upon completion of the training, you will:

  • Understand the intricacies of the Project Excellence model, encompassing assessment criteria, feedback processes, and the application of the IPMA PEB in organizational settings.
  • Confidently apply the acquired skills to enhance project excellence within your organization.
  • Be able to participate in IPMA Global Project Excellence Awards as an applicant or assessor.

Don’t miss this chance to transform your project management career, and register for the training via this Application Form.

Participation in the training costs €1050,-.

This amount includes the training venue, three lunches and two dinners, as well as all training materials and a copy of the IPMA Project Excellence Baseline.

The training will take place in Munich, Germany.

After registering, you will receive more information about the training and the proposed hotel to stay in.

If you have any questions, please contact award@ipma.world.

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