PMP Exam Changes and PDU Certification Updates
2nd December 2020 at 7 pm
Elif Karakulak, Ireland Chapter Director of Professional Development will chair this meeting with Jackie Fagan, Chapter Vice President.
PMI offers a range of certifications for project management professionals. Based on rigorous standards and ongoing research, PMI certifications help you show your colleagues that you’ve mastered the strategies, tools and communication needed to keep projects moving forward.
With a certification behind your name, you’ll show you have the ability to run effective projects and work on any team, in any industry.
Wherever you are in your career, PMI certifications can take you to the next level.
This event will be run as an online meeting. You will have an opportunity to speak with Elif & Jackie, ask questions about the PMP Exam and get advice on your PDU reporting. You will receive a link to join the online meeting on 1st December.
|Event Date||02-12-2020 7:00 pm|
|Event End Date||02-12-2020 8:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||01-12-2020 5:00 pm|
|No. of Technical PDUs||1.0|
Elif Karakulak is our Director of Professional Development at the Ireland Chapter of PMI. She is a project management consultant with extensive experience in end to end delivery of complex and innovative change programmes in the financial and public sector. She is helping companies in solving their problems within their business and achieving maximum benefits from key strategic initiatives.
Currently Vice President of the Ireland Chapter of PMI, is a certified PMP since 2000, and has a Diploma in Project Management Jackie has over 25 years experience in the Project management industry. Her expertise spans across Project and Program management, Vendor management, Change management, Project recovery, Mentoring & Coaching, Teambuilding and setting up and running PMOs across multiple industries. In the last couple of years Jackie has moved into the Project Management consultancy space providing expertise to clients on a contractual basis. Currently she is working in the Pharmaceutical industry with Alexion and prior to Covid 19 would have been travelling between Boston and Dublin on a regular basis