THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS (PMAA)

Established by AIPM in 2000, the PMAA exist to recognise, honour and promote outstanding achievements in program and project management.



The PMAA have two levels. The first is chapter level, where winners are selected in each Australian state and territory. Chapter winners are then judged for the national awards.
 

AWARD CATEGORIES

General project management

Category 1: Construction/Engineering
Category 2: Defence/Aerospace
Category 3: ICT/Telecommunications
Category 4: Organisation/Change Management
Category 5: Small Projects
Category 6: Regional Projects
Category 7: Community Service and/or Developmental
Category 8: Sustainable Projects
Category 9: Internationally Funded Humanitarian Aid Projects
Category 10 (new): Project Management Research Awards

Individual project management achievement

Category A: Program/Project Director
Category B: Project Manager
Category C: Young Project Manager (18-35 years)
Category D: Project Team Member
 

WHY ENTER THE PMAA?

In a competitive market place, it's essential your organisation has the appropriate structures, methodologies and training in place to achieve successful project outcomes on a consistent basis. Entering the PMAA awards:

Provides recognition

The PMAA provide industry recognition of project teams and project managers for their career achievements, at both the project and individual level.

Helps you gauge performance against peers

Submitting your entry to the PMAA can help you gauge the success and implementation of your organisational programs against that of similar organisations. The awards are an opportunity to better understand how your project management maturity and performance compares to that of peers.

Boosts employee engagement

Participating in the PMAA gives organisations a platform to boost employee morale, engagement and performance.

Attracts publicity for your organisation

Extends organisations' marketing and advertising budgets by attracting positive publicity for well-managed, innovative projects.

Goes towards RegPM certification

A certified RegPM is entitled to 15 CPD points per PMAA submission by being involved in preparation of the submission. If the submission is judged to be a winner at chapter level, you are entitled to an additional 5 CPD points. The winners from chapter level are then elevated to national level and if you win at national level, you are entitled to an additional 5 CPD points. It is possible for all category and individual winners at national level to receive 25 CPD points in total per award submission.