2017 PMAA Expressions of Interest now open
PMAA, Awards, CPD
The Australian Institute of Project Management is pleased to announce that Expressions of Interest are now open for the 2017 Project Management Achievement Awards (PMAAs).
The PMAAs are the pinnacle of project management achievement in Australia, and winning one can set you and your organisation apart from the competition.
Expressions of Interest
To submit an entry to the 2017 Project Management Achievement Awards, it is mandatory that you first submit an Expression of Interest (EOI). To submit an EOI, you will need to complete the form available on the AIPM website. The deadline to submit an EOI is 4pm AEST on Wednesday 10 May 2017. Upon submitting your EOI you will be given further instructions on how to lodge your full submission.
All entries for PMAA must be submitted by 4pm AEST on Wednesday 17 May 2017 using the PMAA Portal on the AIPM website, and will be accompanied by a submission fee. For assistance and more information about the PMAAs, please contact Eliza Judd, AIPM's National Events Coordinator or phone (02) 8288 8700.
Click here to find out more about how to submit your EoI for the 2016 PMAAs today.
Why enter this year’s PMAA?
The benefits of winning an AIPM Project Management Achievement Award can be transformational. Not only are our winners announced at the National PMAA Gala Dinner at the 2017 National Conference in Melbourne this October, but entrants, nominees and winners are also exposed to the following benefits when submitting to the PMAAs:
- Regional and International recognition (PMAA winners can represent Australia at regional and international awards)
- Helps you gauge performance against peers
- Boosts employee engagement and morale
- Attracts publicity for your organisation
- Helps develop best practice within your organisational programs
- Earn CPD points for certified members
- Improve your project management capabilities
Click here to view a short clip of PMAA judges and winners discussing the benefits of submitting for the PMAAs.
Creating a winning submission
This year the AIPM is running a submission webinar for organisations, companies and individuals that wish to enter their project into the awards. Join Mark Dodt, the former NT President and longtime PMAA judge for insight and insider knowledge on how to put together a winning submission.
Click here to find out more or register for the webinar.
Corporate Partnership packages are available for both Chapter and National PMAA events, which offer the opportunity to showcase your organisation face-to-face with the decision makers at the largest project management organisations in Australia. For information on how you can partner with the AIPM please email Michael Berdon, AIPM's National Corporate Partnerships Manager or phone (02) 8288 8700.