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Welcome to the PMI UK Chapter

The PMI UK Chapter welcomes you. Please join the chapter to enjoy all the exclusive benefits that membership offers.

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT:Due to Government advice regarding travel restrictions and social distancing that have now been put in place to prevent the further spread of the Coronavirus, we are postponing our face to face events with immediate effect until further notice. These will resume when the threat of infection has decreased sufficiently.

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Upcoming Events


Project Data Analytics Webinar: Using Data to Transform Project Performance. 30th September 2020

30-09-2020 11:00 am -12:30 pm

Launch event for the Project Data Analytics Task Force. A collaborative venture to deliver a step change in project delivery performance.

The Project Data Analytics Task Force exists to facilitate a Project Delivery Transformation. However, the vision will only become a reality if we work collegiately. It is an opportunity for everyone, at every level to play their part.


Joint PMI UK & Major Projects Association Webinar: Reinventing Webinars: Tips & Tricks for Online Meeting Design and Delivery. 1st October 2020

01-10-2020 12:30 pm -1:30 pm

Are you ever bored or distracted during webinars? Do you quickly zone out or leave if a presentation doesn’t ‘float your boat’? Maybe you stay just long enough to obtain the PDU code for a unit of professional development? We know some webinars can feel like a dirge. Death by PowerPoint, endless bullet points, shown on complicated impenetrable slides!

Alternatively, you may have attended webinars where the speaker hooked you in from the start, made you feel involved throughout, and left you with a STAR (something that you will always remember)? Let’s hope so. 
Many of us have been thrust, kicking, and screaming, into a new world of virtual presentations as presenters, panellists, moderators, hosts, event organisers and even production teams - all without professional training! 
With some careful planning it is possible to master roles such as; tech support, engagement specialist and online chat show host, whilst working together as a team to design and deliver compelling must-attend events that create value for participants and leave a lasting legacy.
In this session, we draw on our experience from more than 100 webinars to:
  1. Identify good practice for online event production
  2. Demonstrate the capabilities necessary to produce high-stakes virtual events
  3. Reflect on (sometimes painful) lessons learned and our long list of do’s and don’ts
  4. Provide a ‘behind the scenes peak’ at the GoToWebinar platform and Mentimeter
  5. Share some practical take-aways

Joint PMI UK & Major Projects Association Webinar: How to get started in project data analytics. 8th October 2020

08-10-2020 12:00 pm -1:00 pm

As projects proceed through their life-cycle, they create an exhaust plume of data that is a by-product of delivery. By pooling this data and applying advanced data analytics and AI, it can be analysed to develop predictive insights and recommendations, tailored to the phase and specific circumstances of a project.

But is project data analytics hype or reality? Only you can decide, but what is for certain, is that it is disruptive and could have a significant impact on your career in the way we deliver projects and how you work. Unfortunately, it is often shrouded in jargon and it all sounds very daunting. Within this masterclass, James provided a range of insights into:

  • The potential impact of project data analytics.
  • How to prepare yourself for the new future.
  • How to get started.

Advanced project data science and analytics have the potential to change the face of project management and project delivery forever. But the project management profession is slow to catch on. Together, we can shape a new future; let’s make it happen.


Joint PMI UK & Major Projects Association Webinar: Machine learning will transform how we deliver projects. 13th October 2020

13-10-2020 12:00 pm -1:00 pm

Machine learning offers a huge amount of potential for project delivery professionals. It opens up a wide range of predictive insights that will transform our roles. We all have a responsibility to understand how we can leverage it to deliver projects better, whilst also understanding how it will impact our role and ultimately our careers.

This is part of a series of interactive webinars by James on project data analytics and it will cover the following topics:

  • What is machine learning?
  • How could it help to transform how we deliver projects?
  • Factors that influence accuracy.
  • How does it work?
  • What can it do?
  • How to get started
  • Why data is so important
  • Why it doesn’t happen overnight
  • How to upskill your team and get ready for an inevitable future

We hope you get an opportunity to join us.


PMI UK Toastmasters Event. 14th October 2020


PMI UK Toastmasters will give you the skills and confidence you need to effectively express yourself in any situation.

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Mentoring Programme

PMI UK has skilled Mentors and enthusiastic Mentees who are looking to share knowledge and improve their professional capabilities. The PMI UK mentoring scheme supports willing Mentors and Mentees by connecting them to develop their professional skills in project, program, and portfolio management. This is a voluntary scheme that succeeds through the interest, passion, and commitment of those involved.

Membership Statistics

Total Members 3058
New Members This Year 455
PMP® Members 1704
CAPM® Members 46
PgMP® Members 13
PMI-SP® Members 9
PMI-RMP® Members 16
PMI-ACP® Members 76
PfMP® Members 7
PMI-PBA® Members 3
Members with no Certification 1286
Breakdown by type  
Individual Members 2894
Student Members 147
Other Members 17
PMP/CAPM/PgMP/PMI-SP/PMI-RMP/PMI-ACP/PfMP/PMI-PBA are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Practice Standards

PMI standards answer questions such as: How does your organisation’s project management compare to good practice? And what steps might you take to improve? What are the key elements of Project Manager competency? What do you need to know to be a competent Project Manager or competent in another project management discipline? PMI’s global standards carry the collective knowledge of the profession, based on input from thousands of practitioners. These standards are widely accepted and, when consistently applied, they help you, your global peers and your organization achieve professional excellence. See the full suite of standards at

Get Involved

Find a Volunteer Opportunity

Make your mark on PMI United Kingdom Chapter and the profession. As a member, you can volunteer to work on and to lead activities that advance the profession and support the chapter business operations by joining our chapter volunteer community. All volunteer openings are managed by the PMI Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). This system includes the ability to search for opportunities, view details about each role and apply online.

Earn PDUs by Volunteering

Volunteering Project Management Professional PDUs can be earned as part of Category E: Volunteer Service. Category E, along with Category D (Creating New Project Knowledge) and Category F (Working as a Professional in Project Management), comprise the Giving Back To The Profession Categories. You can earn PDUs in Category E (Volunteer Service) by providing volunteer, non-compensated project management, and many others.

Speakers for PMI-UK Meetings

Project Management Institute-United Kingdom Chapter (PMI-UK) is looking for dynamic speakers who have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in and/or related to project management. PMI-UK has several chapter events including dinner meetings, professional development days and special events that allow our 3800+ members to learn about current trends in the project management field. Our meetings are held within the UK throughout the year.