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9 December 2009

(PMAC-AMPC.CA) December 9, 2009 - The Certification Body of the Project Management Association of Canada is pleased to announce that for the very first time in history, a Canadian has received an IPMA certification in Canada. While many Canadians have received IPMA certifications over the years, they have done so through applying through foreign project management associations (such as the Association for Project Management in the UK and the American Society for the Advancement of Project Management in the USA) or have applied directly to IPMA, since up until recently Canada did not have its own IPMA member association.

9 December 2009

We are pleased to announce that we are now maintaining a public directory of PMAC members who hold IPMA competence-based certifications at one of the four levels (Level A through Level D).

Currently on the list are our five First Assessors, certified directly by IPMA, who will be following the IPMA certification rules and procedures to begin IPMA certifications within Canada. These First Assessors are qualified to perform assessments at all four levels of certification.

Also on the list is our first member to pass our IPMA Level D exam. Congratulations to Arek Bielawski for the unique honour of being the first person to obtain an IPMA certification IN CANADA!

Please visit the Directory of IPMA-Certified Project Managers.

2 October 2009

A new article by our Director of Professional Development, Kevin Aguanno, is available in our article archive. The article is about low-cost training options for project managers.

7 July 2009

(PMAC-AMPC.CA) July 6, 2009 - Today the board of directors of the Project Management Association of Canada has formally approved the new Canadian Project Management National Competence Baseline (CPMNCB). The CPMNCB is based upon version three (v3.0) of the IPMA Competence Baseline (ICB) standard published by the International Project Management Association (IPMA). The CPMNCB will be used as the basis for project management knowledge and competence assessments by the association, and should be read by all Canadian project managers to help them plan out their own skills and career growth. Now that this Canadian standard has been approved, the association can complete the development of questions for its upcoming IPMA Level-D certification exam to be announced later this year. The CPMNCB will be available for free download to all Canadian project managers later this summer. For a copy of the CPMNCB, go to http://www.pmac-ampc.ca/publications ----- ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION

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