PMI New Hampshire Chapter

Prof. Development Events

Professional Development Events from other Chapters and User Groups in the Area.


October 2015:

Offered by PMI Mass-Bay:   Oct 15  Montvale Plaza, Stoneham, MA


We are excited to bring you renowned Public Speaking Coach, Expert and Author: Mark Vickers from Speaking is Selling! Watch the promotional You Tube video from Mark at Please join us for an evening dedicated to improving our Public Speaking skills. (Leadership Track) Whether you are delivering progress reports to an Executive audience or speaking in front of a room of 100 stakeholders, public speaking skills are paramount to your ... Read more:

Note:  As a PMI New Hampshire Chapter Member, you can register for this event and select the member discount rate.



CMass Virtual Professional Development Day – Oct 24th, 2015
This is a 3 PDU event, it runs from 9am to Noon on Saturday, October 24th. It is $25 for members ($20 if you register by Oct 12th). The PMINH discount codes to register at the CMass member rate for this event is NH2015. It is a three hour virtual event for web registration at $20 

Join us for a special presentation about Program and Portfolio Management led by PgMP/PfPM experts, Sandy Cobb and Wanda Curlee.

Are you a project manager looking to further your career?  You may want to consider moving into program or portfolio management as your next step. 



November 2015:


Offered by MPUG:

Boston: Critical Path and Other Blazed Trails

November 4, 2015 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm   Constant Contact, 1601 Trapelo Road, Waltham, MA 02451 

Sponsored by: Microsoft Northeast Join the Boston Chapter of MPUG for our next meeting on Wednesday November 4, 2015 where the topic will be “Critical Path and Other Blazed Trails”. This interactive presentation and discussion will be delivered by Mr. Vernon Valero, PMP at our regular meeting location: Constant Contact in Waltham, MA. Have you ever become lost in the dark forest of difficult projects? Do you think that the Critical Path might be the trail to success? Do you often wish that Critical Path was more obvious in Microsoft Project? Are there other important trails in the project forest?

Topics Include:

• What’s critical and why
• How Microsoft Project can help
• Other trails of interest (Risk, Resource, …)

During this event, attendees will learn…

1. How to create a schedule with obvious critical path(s)
2. Microsoft Project Critical Path features
3. Recognize other non-time based paths important to project success and to others.

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