Date: Saturday, 30th September 2017
Venue: C-L-19-08, KL Trillion, 338, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur.
PDUs: 4 (Strategic)
Objective: Create awareness of Give Back strategy by PMIMY using existing established PMIEF programs
8.00am - Registration & Breakfast
9.00am - President’s Opening Speech
9.15am - PMIEFTM and Programs in Malaysia
Synopsis: Project Management Institute Education Foundation (PMIEFTM) is the philanthropic arm of the PMI® (www.pmief.org). The goal of PMIEFTM is to build a better future using project management and create sustainable, life skill project management programs which will benefit a global society based on our core belief that project management education increases people’s potential to transform lives and communities.
The vision of PMIEFTM Programs by PMIMY is all people in Malaysia to have a better tomorrow by applying project management skills in their daily lives and building our nation. Our mission is to inspire and empower people in Malaysia to realize their potentials and transform their lives, and our nation building through the use of project management knowledge.
To achieve our vision and aligned with its mission, PMIMY follows PMIEFTM three core areas of focus, Non-Profits and NGOs, Youth, and Workforce. In this session, speaker will explain what are these three core areas and how they work.
10.00am - P21 and 21st Century Learning
PMIEFTM is a member of Partnership of 21st Century Learning (www.p21.org). P21’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for 21st Century Learning to build collaborate partnerships among education, business, community and government leaders so that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in a world where change is constant and learning never stops.
In this session, speaker will explain the P21’s 21st Century Learning framework and how Project-Based Learning (PBL) by PMIEFTM can help Malaysia Education Ministry to achieve its education strategies and objectives.
10.45am - 15min Break
11.00am - Corporate Collaboration and Sponsorship
Synopsis: PMIMY continues seeking partnership with governments, corporates, businesses, communities and individuals to help and offer their skills for those in need and at a disadvantage.
In this session, speaker will explain how corporate communities can collaborate and/or sponsor PMIMY in PMIEFTM Programs.
11.30am - Volunteer
Synopsis: PMIMY dedicates to magnifying the power of schools, non-profit and NGOs to deliver their missions through the application of project management. In support of this goal, PMIMY will match the designed program to a pro bono/volunteer project management practitioner based on PMIEFTM guideline.
In this session, speaker will explain the volunteer engagement requirement and process by PMIMY.
12.00pm - Dell DVPM by Siew Peng Soon, PMP
Synopsis: Dell is a Corporate Partner Donor with PMIEF is making project management for social good® a part of its corporate culture. Speaker will explain how is Dell supporting and participating in program.
12.15pm - WFUNA 2016 by William Wong, PMP (PMIMY Deputy President)
Synopsis: The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization representing and coordinating a membership of over 100 national United Nations Associations. William provided project management fundamentals training to group of 60 youth delegates from 15 different countries and how to best leverage PM tools to implement UN SDG16 based projects at the national level during WFUNA Youth Seminar 2016 in Taylor University, Subang. Speaker will share his experience during the engagement with these Generation Z youths.
12.30pm - Q & A
12.45pm - President’s Closing Remark
1.00pm - End (Group Photo)
David Khaw is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®) from Project Management Institute (PMI®) since 2009. He graduated from University of Southern Queensland, Australia for Master in Business Administration (MBA) and Master in Project Management (MPM). He experienced in project management since 2003 in various significant IT projects for Oil and Gas companies in Malaysia United State of America, England, Thailand and Singapore. Apart of oil and gas industry, he involved in several IT projects for Malaysia government agency, private bank, and automotive company.
Beside of PMP®, David also certified ITIL Intermediate mainly focusing on IT project execution. David is an experienced and certified trainer from Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) since 2012. He has conducted numerous Project Team-building, PMP/CAPM certification classes, and Project Management classes, in training centers around South East Asia region mainly Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
He is a volunteer for PMI Malaysia Chapter (PMIMY), which he is a Director at-large and PMI Education Foundation (PMIEFTM) Liaison in charge of developing and managing give-back programs in Malaysia since January 2017.
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4 PDUs (Strategic)