PMAC Approves the Canadian Project Management National Competence Baseline

(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 The Project Management Association of Canada is a federally-registered, non-profit organization formed to serve the Canadian project management community. It is the Canadian member organization of the International Project Management Association, the world's oldest project management professional organization. The PMAC sets national standards for project management competence assessment and provides a number of project management certifications. Find out more at www.PMAC-AMPC.ca

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