The Lakeshore Chapter (C193) of the Project Management Institute is a non-profit body of volunteers established in 1999 to promote the effective use of proven methodologies for structured project management in organizations in the Regions of Peel, Halton, Hamilton-Wentworth and Niagara.

The Chapter has over 2,419 members and over 68% of these members have achieved their Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications.

The Chapter provides its members with a number of networking and professional development opportunities each year, including dinner meetings, Saturday workshops and courses.

Special Announcements

President's Message

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Professional Development Events

Professional Courses

Registration is open.

The course is based on the 2012 [5th edition] of the PMBOK guide and is presented in a seminar and workshop form including exercises and sample questions. This course is very similar to that offered by most PMI Registered Education Providers in that it will provide an in-depth review of all the PMBOK knowledge areas. This course is being offered to PMI members only by Procept Associates Ltd. which is a premier provider of professional training programs. It is ESSENTIAL that you read the PMBOK guide in advance of attending the course.

The Fall PMP Prep Course sponsored by PMI Lakeshore will be held on all 5 Saturdays: September 19, 26 & October 3, 17 & 24, 2015.

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Registration is open.

The PMI Lakeshore Chapter will be holding an PMI Agile Certification Practitioner (ACP) Training over three days starting October 5 and concluding on October 7, 2015. This course is being offered to our members by Kevin Aguanno, who is a premier provider of professional agile training programs.

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Dinner Meeting: Monday September 14, 2015
Alan Mallory - "Project Everest"

Presenter: Alan Mallory

 

Registration is open.

 

Climbing Mount Everest is considered one of mankind’s greatest feats of human endurance. The two-month quest to reach the highest point on earth is a journey filled with unparalleled challenges and some of the roughest and most extreme conditions imaginable.

Alan’s dynamic presentation is focused on developing leadership capacity and strengthening teams by reinforcing the professional development skills that are essential for success in any endeavor. It highlights the essential steps and processes that are involved in planning and executing difficult projects by using the challenge of Everest as a metaphor and example of such a project.

This exciting program is structured around the Mallory family’s two-month Everest expedition where Alan, along with his father, brother and sister set a world record after climbing through some of the most arduous and terrifying conditions imaginable. From Alan’s terrifying experience of running out of oxygen on the summit ridge to when they thought they had lost his sister Laura forever, it seemed as though every section of the climb had some terrifying challenge to overcome.

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Saturday Workshop: 26 September 2015

Vitaliy Fursov - "Practical Tips For Resolving Project Management Conflicts"

Presenter: Vitaliy Fursov

 

Registration is open.

 

The audience will learn about common sources of project management conflicts and ways to develop the most effective resolutions. Facilitator will bring the audience on a half-day journey to discover various sources of the most dangerous conflicts in project management and to develop the tools and skills for resolving them. Members will learn about various types of conflicts, participate in negotiations, brainstorm the solutions, share experiences and lessons learned. Everybody will come out of this journey becoming wiser and more experienced in conflict recognition and conflict resolution. The knowledge obtained at this workshop will help members manage conflicts better, and ensure better success rate for their projects.

Vitaliy Fursov is a project management professional and a public speaker. His project management style is somewhat unique. Vitaliy clearly sees and deeply cares about the human aspect of any project. Regardless if it is a software, a building, a dinner, or a speech, it will be made by people and for people. Therefore, the human aspect of anything Vitaliy does in life is the number one priority for him. Quite often customers call Vitaliy a professional problem solver. He believes that despite the complexity of any situation in life, there are always several solutions available. It is only a matter of knowing how to recognize and choose a suitable one. Vitaliy is well known in the project management community. He was a keynote speaker and a workshop provider at the First International Forum on Projects Management in Moscow, Russia in December 2009; keynote speaker at the educational forum for Latino Project Management Network (LPMN) of Toronto in November 2012, keynote speaker and a workshop provider at the Toastmasters International District 86 Spring Conference in Mississauga in April 2014, just to name a few.

Vitaliy is also a recognized activist at Toastmasters International organization. In the past he has served as Club President, VP of Education, VP of Public Relations, Area Governor, Mentor and Coach. Currently Vitaliy is serving Toastmasters International organization as Club Growth Director for District 86, helping over 11,000 members in Ontario to achieve their goals in improving public speaking and leadership skills.

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