Below is the current PMICOC event schedule
February 20th, 2020. 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
NAVIGATING THE PMO: THE DIRECTOR'S CUT
In honor of Black History Month, PMICOC will be hosting a panel discussion on the topic “Navigating the PMO: The Director’s Cut”
March 12, 2020 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Discipline Agile Information Session with your DA Champion
Join PMICOC on March 12, 2020 for our Monthly Chapter Meeting where Dave Davis, our local chapter Disciplined Agile Champion, will lead a discussion about Discpline Agile (DA).
March 18th, 2020. 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
From IT Project Manager to Product Owner
In this talk we will discuss the similarities and differences between Project Managers and Product Owners.
03/31/2020 - 06/02/2020 (Tuesdays for 10 weeks)
Topic: The classroom setting seminar is a 10 week (1 day/week), instructor led, PMP® exam review course designed for individuals wishing to prepare for PMI’s PMP®
04/20/2020 - 04/23/2020, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
PMP Review Boot Camp
Topic: The classroom setting boot camp is a four-day, instructor led, PMP exam review course.
Join PMICOC for our largest event of the year. Don’t miss out on a chance to hear great speakers, earn PDUs, network with other PMs, and enjoy a fantastic lunch.
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- PDU Credits, to PMI members, for preparing and presenting
- Opportunity to meet and work with like-minded professionals
- Compensation is available for event and workshops.
- Instructors must be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of the materials they plan to present
- Instructors do not have to be a member of PMI or the Central Ohio Chapter to present a class
- To teach a class, you need not be a professional instructor, but you must be proficient in teaching an adult education course and leading discussions and workshop exercises. Some of our most successful instructors have been first-time presenters.
- Project Management products may not be advertised or promoted; however, products may be used to demonstrate principles, illustrate points, or show processes.
- “Products” are defined as tools, software, books, and services. Example: Microsoft Project may be used to teach Earned Value, but a sales pitch for Microsoft Project is not allowed.
- Backup instructors are welcome and greatly appreciated. Occasionally, instructors withdraw from an engagement so if you can present your material on short notice, please sign up as a backup instructor.
- Workshops are typically four hours in length. They may be longer, or more than one topic may be presented during the 4-hour class/workshop period.
- Chapter meeting presentations need to be 1 hour in length.
- Topics must relate to the theory and practice of Project Management and be targeted at working project managers.
- Preferably, topics can be directly related to the PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge).
- For ideas on topics or subject areas see the list of classes below.
- Handouts and take-always are recommended
- Interactive discussion between attendees is encouraged
- Hands-on exercises, working sessions, and/or role-playing are encouraged