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.
PMI has extended the current exam content outline change to June 30, 2020. Through 11 sessions, (over the course of 12 weeks) participants will work through the PMBOK® Guide, 6th Edition concepts with a PMP certified facilitator.
PMI has extended the current exam content outline change to June 30, 2020. Through 11 sessions (over the course of 12 weeks) participants will work through the PMBOK® Guide, 6th Edition concepts with a PMP certified facilitator.
PMI Nova Scotia Mentorship Program
PMI Nova Scotia's Mentorship Program connects Protégés and Project Managers with local experience. Find out more ! Click here
PD Summit 2020 – Save the Date/Call for Speakers
Save the Date to the upcoming PD Summit happening in 2020! If you are interested in speaking at this wonderful event, please click on the link to learn more. https://www.pdsummit.ca/ Don’t delay the Call for Speaker deadline is Dec 13th....
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PMINS Membership Satisfaction Survey
Thank you so much for your membership with PMI, Nova Scotia Chapter. We see our success each year based on you and your feedback. Our Board of volunteers work hard to continuously improve Chapter experience for all and each year give our members...
PMI Nova Scotia Annual General Meeting Minutes Sept 26, 2018
Click here to download 2018 AGM Meeting Minutes
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