Association for Project Management
APM Branch Volunteers 2019/20…Thank you!
Another 12 months is coming to an end…an awesome year from APM Branch Volunteers.
Volunteers from across the UK and Hong Kong have been organising and holding excellent activities to provide benefits to project managers and the profession.
This year we have seen 136 events taking place to support APM Members and the project management profession.
Over 4800 delegates (APM Members and Non-members) have attended these activities.
It has been great to see the variety of events taking place…CPD events designed to share the latest PM knowledge, APM Branch Awards to celebrate success, site visits (including Amazon fulfilment centres) to see project management in action, also bringing together young professionals to gain key soft skills and an insight into future workplaces via the Emerging Professional Network, plus many more exciting activities.
It’s great to see new project management communities forming in Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Wight and Republic of Ireland linked to APM Branches.
Please let us know if you would like to volunteer and get things started in your local community.
All of this is not possible without the teamwork between our dedicated volunteers and supporters.
If you have missed these activities and want to come along in the future there are a number of ways to do this.
Follow your local APM Branch and ensure you get the latest news.
You can also follow APM Branches Team on Twitter via @APMEvents
Looking to volunteer?
If you would like to become a volunteer in your local Branch and help organise and hold similar activities in the coming year, we are shortly opening our call for volunteers! (open to APM Members)
For more information around Volunteering please contact Robert Allen, APM Branches Manager – email@example.com
Thank you again to all the APM Branch Committee Members and APM Volunteers for a great year!
APM Branches Team
Catherine, Ellie, Isabella and Robert
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