• A great learning experience conducted by experts. Join now for the ninth session in 2021 for free webinar. BrainHuddle™ #9: Sustainability Thinking in Project Management Date: Thursday, 18th November 2021, 16:30 - 17:30 Malaysia Time Over the past years, businesses had to re-evaluate and incorporate practices that contribute towards sustainability, that are socially responsible and environment friendly.   To better support this new business landscape, it is therefore necessary to align the management of projects which are actually change drivers in businesses.   The evolvement of project management profession’s role has never been more important and must play a greater role in fostering sustainability thinking in projects.  In this upcoming BrainHuddle™ 9, our speaker: Mr. Vijayaraj Vijayasingam shares about his insights to create awareness in the application of sustainability thinking in project management, namely the What, Why and How. 

    Mr. Vijayaraj has 33 years of industry working experience in the IT environment and is a Board member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA) Malaysia, holding the position of a Treasurer and a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) Malaysia.

    He is also a Lecturer in Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU) where he lectures and supervises Bachelors and Master’s degree students in Project Management and Information Technology subjects.

    He is an active Executive Committee member with the University’s Integrated Sustainability and Urban Creativity (ISUC) Research Centre, where he facilitates awareness, initiatives, workshops in Green Project Management and Sustainability related areas. He was in the University Project Management Team which led to achieve the PMI GAC Accreditation for their Master of Project Management programme, awarded on 1st August 2021.

    Register via this link to get your zoom invite and meeting ID. We look forward to see you.
  • PMP® Certification Training Course


    In this e-learning, theory is amended with practical examples, exercises and tests. For efficient guidance, references are made to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), so participants know where the detailed knowledge according to the Project Management Institute (PMI)® is.

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    The project simulation SimulTrain® is primarily used in combination with classroom activities.

    In teams of 3 to 4 people, learners play the role of the project manager. The teams have to plan and execute a typical mid-sized project. They immediately see the consequences of the decisions they make. Furthermore, they can track the evolution of the costs, the schedule, the quality as well as the human factors.

    With the help of SimulTrain, project manager can make all the mistakes while planning and executing a project and learn from these mistakes – just to a reasonable price!

    Full of multimedia interaction, SimulTrain® provides the teams with phone calls, emails, and voicemails to create a realistic and stressful environment – just as in real life. Therefore, learners experience stress and working under pressure.

    SimulTrain is also an ideal tool for team building or decision making.

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