PE Award Training

Professional assessment of the projects applying for the Award is possible thanks to the mature process of training and mentoring. We constantly turn years of experience into action. That’s how we make sure that all of the applying projects have a chance to be assessed according to the highest standards. 

IMPORTANT: Please note that all potential assessors are required to participate in at least one of the Assessor Training courses if they want to become eligible to partipate on an Assessor Team in the Award process. The only training in 2017 takes place on 7-9 April 2017 in Astana, Kazahstan. 

Date

Type of training

Title

Trainers

Training fee

24 January 2017

12:00-13:00 CET

Webinar for potential applicants 2017

Introduction to the IPMA Project Excellence Award and  Model

INVITATION

Pau Lian Staal-Ong

free of charge

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28 January 2017

Webinar for PE Award Assessors 2017

PE Assessment Webinar (only for assessors trained in 2016)

Pau Lian Staal-Ong

free of charge

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22 February 2017

12:00-13:00 CET

Webinar for potential applicants 2017

Introduction to the IPMA Project Excellence Award and  Model

INVITATION

Grezgorz Szałajko

free of charge

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4 March 2017

9:00-12:00 CET

Webinar for PE Award Assessors 2017

PE Assessment Webinar (only for assessors trained in 2016)

Pau Lian Staal-Ong

free of charge

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7-9 April 2017

Astana, Kazahstan

Training for potential assessors 

PE Award Assessment Training

Pau Lian Staal-Ong

Olena Sharovara

Michael Boxhaimer

300 EURO

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WEBINAR: Introduction to PE Award and Model Purpose of the webinar: An opportunity for potential applicants to the PE Award 2017 to learn about the benefits of participation and to get a brief introduction to the award process and Project Excellence Model. Please contact the Award Office: [email protected] to schedule a webinar.

TRAINERS 2017

All of these training sessions are led by the experienced trainers who have participated in the Project Excellence Award process for several years. Also variety of participants from several industries and large amount of exercises give a great chance to exchange knowledge and experience in all areas of project management.

Pau Lian Staal (The Netherlands)

Pau Lian is senior consultant at AT Osborne B.V., an independent management and consultancy firm in the Netherlands. Since 1999 she has been working for principals in the areas of large infrastructure projects as well as for principals in mostly the public environment. Pau Lian helps organisations during change processes, fulfills positions in the field of quality management, carries out audits and (project) evaluations and delivers lectures and training. In addition, her work week centres on the NETLIPSE programme (www.netlipse.eu) that focuses on gathering and discussing good practices and lesson learnt on the management and organisation of large infrastructure projects in Europe. Pau Lian is NETLIPSE Programme Director. Since 2007 Pau Lian has been involved as (lead) assessor of the IPMA Project Excellence Awards. In 2011 she helped initiate the Project Excellence Awards scheme in the Netherlands and acts as one of the Assessor trainers. Member of the IPMA Award Management Board since 2013 and co-author of the first edition of the IPMA Project Excellence Baseline (2014-2015).

 

Michael Boxheimer (Germany)

Michael held management and project management positions in international companies. Today he is a consultant, trainer and coach and works with customers on conceptual and operative assignments. He is also teaching project management in Master and postgraduate programs. Michael has a background in business administration and earned a MA in systemic consulting. He is certified in Project Management by IPMA and APMG (UK). He has been active in assessing PE awards for more than 10 years in different roles, including the running of the National PE Award in Germany for 4 years. He has brought this experience to the IPMA Awards as assessor and Lead assessor from 2008 including training assessors for the last 5 years. In these roles, he has assessed various large and mega projects in Asia and Europe. He was also a member of the IPMA Awards Management Board (2011-2014) and a Co-author of the first edition of the IPMA Project Excellence Baseline (2014-2015). He also contributed to the development of the national Project Excellence Awards in Germany.

Olena Sharovara (Ukraine)

Olena is teaching  Project Management in Master Degree Program in Kiev National University of construction and Architecture since 2001. Olena has a background in Computer Engineering and IT and MS in Project Management. Trainer of “Project and Program Management P2M Japanese conception” for business representatives and state servants (Russia and Ukraine). Has an experience in big Programs consulting, such as “Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant “Confinement”, “Group of companies “Landgut” restructuration, consulting in PM field in many construction and IT companies. She is an IPMA Certified (C level) and P2M Competency Honor Certified (Intermediate level of P2M competency); is an active IPMA member since 1999, ex-vice –president of Young Crew (Ukraine), She has been active in assessing PE awards for more than 10 years in different roles.  

Grzegorz Szałajko (Poland)

Grzegorz is a strategic and project management advisor, trainer and coach who brings international experience and passion for projects to many organizations worldwide. He is involved in the International PE Award since 2005 when he became an assessor, and later a Team Lead Assessor. In these roles he has assessed various large and mega projects in Asia, both Americas and Europe. As a leading author of the current assessors training program, Grzegorz became an official PE assessors trainer in 2009. He was also a member of the IPMA Awards Management Board (2011-2014) and a Leading Editor of the first edition of the IPMA Project Excellence Baseline (2014-2015). He has contributed to the development of national Project Excellence Awards in Poland and Nepal. His main expertise includes strategic projects portfolio management, project governance, deployment of agile methods and recovering control in troubled projects. He is also teaching strategy and project management in a number of MBA and postgraduate programs.