Green Project Management Down Under

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GPM Ltd. and QA Ltd. are teaming up to deliver Green Project Management courses at The University of Technology, Sydney in Australia beginning with a 1-day introductory course on February 6th that provides an overview of Green Project Management and a 4-day Mastering GPM and Certification course from February 7-10th that delves into the practicum of sustainability through project management.

Course participants will be challenged in a case study-driven environment to apply new techniques to real life situational projects, in order to reduce waste and resource consumption, while meeting project objectives.

The courses, taught by 2011 Green Project of the Year recipient Mark Reeson, offer compare and contrast views of the  impacts projects can have on the environment to promote a natural shift in the wide spread adoption of sustainable project practices.

Early-bird discounts are available via the GPM website until December 31st.

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Joel Carboni IPMA-B® GPM® MPM® is the President of GPM Global, a project management professional development organization dedicated to the advancement of the practical application of sustainable project management practices to decouple socio-environmental degradation and economic growth. GPM Global accredits professional training organizations and project management practitioners and is largely considered the solutions leader with their project delivery method PRiSM™. GPM training is currently being offered in over 128 Countries through accredited training organizations and Universities and have won an IPMA Achievement award and a Global Leadership and Development Award from the HRD World Congress for their work in Sustainability.

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