7 November 2015 | 1 Day PgMP Boot Camp
Date: 7 November 2015, Saturday
SPMI Members: SGD 330.00
About the Speaker
Mr Chan Jen Jee is currently a certified PMP®, PgMP®, PMI-RMP®, MAPM and has 20 years of professional project management experience. An engineer by training, he also holds a MSc (Electrical Engineering) from the National University of Singapore. He is currently the Executive Director at Cushman & Wakefield, an international real estate advisory firm and spearheads Cushman’s Project Management consultancy business in the South East Asia region.
Jen Jee started his career with the then Port of Singapore Authority, moving on to ST Electronics managing international transit projects in Taiwan and Istanbul, Turkey. He then moved on to Parsons Brinckerhoff Pte Ltd, an engineering consultancy firm, and grew his portfolio to include the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resorts Development, Research Laboratories and Cleanrooms for the ASTAR, and IT systems with the Singapore Institute of Management.
He moved on to Confluence Project Management, recently acquired by Faithful+Gould before recently joining Cushman & Wakefield. During this time, Jen Jee provided oversight on multi-million dollar projects in hospitality, industrial, data center as well as corporate fit-out projects.
Although a boot camp of such a nature can be rather routine, as it concerns topics such as eligibility, application and documentation, Jen Jee’s aim during this session will be to dedicate a significant portion of his time in interacting and discussing the intrinsic benefits of being a PgMP®. Drawing on his experiences and thoughts, this one day camp promises to be informative but more importantly hugely entertaining learning experience for all.
1. Introduction and benefits of PgMP
2. Requirements, eligibility, fee structure, resources
3. The application process, step by step, do's and don'ts
4. Panel Review
5. Examination – preparation for CBT, paper based
6. Examination Topics high level overview
a. Defining the Program
b. Initiating the Program
c. Planning the Program
d. Executing the Program
e. Controlling the Program
f. Closing the Program
7. Case Studies