Welcome to the PMI Nova Scotia Chapter
PMI Nova Scotia has been providing professional development workshops, dinner meetings, seminars, and symposiums since 1998. The Chapter holds a variety of professional development programs and study groups to assist members and non-members working toward PMI certifications.
The first of many opportunities for those interested in Project Management within CBRM to gather, talk about the profession and connect meaningfully.
Demand for Project Managers - What you really want to know!
Michelle Murray is the Branch Manager of Randstad Technologies. With 19 years of IT recruitment experience, Michelle has been working with clients and candidates delivering IT solutions here in Atlantic Canada. Back in 2004, she opened the Halifax Branch known today as Randstad Technologies, which is Canada’s largest provider of IT Staffing Solutions.
PMI NS Chapter is excited to partner with ProjectTalksthis June 12, 2019 to bring you 4 quality speakers, 4 great topics in 2 short hours at Scotia Square, 1894 Barrington Street, 16th Floor, Barrington Tower, Halifax, NS.
PMINS Volunteer Positions
Marketing Coordinator The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for implementing, a marketing strategy for the chapter in line with the chapter’s communication/marketing plan and PMI’s brand standards for chapters. The Marketing Coordinator will...
May Lunch & Learn
Demand for Project Managers - What you really want to know! Date: May 28th, 2019 (12:00pm-1:00pm)...
- PMI NS Chapter Introduces Partnership with ProjectTalks
Cape Breton PM Gathering!
You are invited to the 1st gathering of project management professionals in Cape Breton hosted by Innovacorp. PMI Nova Scotia has just successfully concluded the first ever PMP / CAPM Study Group in Cape Breton and is excited to promote opportunities for...
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