The Ninth Public (Free) Seminar on "Project Management Practices in the Caribben" (PM9) at UWI on 03 December 2016
The Industrial Engineering Office of The University of the West Indies (UWI) is organising the Ninth Public Seminar on “Project Management Practices in the Caribbean” (PM9 Seminar), in collaboration with t the Technology & Engineering Management Society (TEMS) Chapter and the Education Society (EdS) Chapter of the IEEE Trinidad & Tobago Section. The Seminar is also supported by 2 sponsors, the IET Local Network, and The American Society for Quality (ASQ) LMC, Trinidad and Tobago.
This seminar will be held at Room 101, Faculty of Engineering Building Block 1, from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon on Saturday 3rd December 2016.You are cordially invited to attend the Seminar (see attached Information Flyer and e-Invitation).
Pre-registration for each person by e-mail to the Seminar organiser, via: KitFai.Pun@sta.uwi.edu, by 30th November 2016 is recommended due to limited seats.
If you have any queries regarding the PM9 Seminar, please feel free to contact us or e-mail: KitFai.Pun@sta.uwi.edu or Ruel.Ellis@sta.uwi.edu (Dr. Ruel Ellis). We look forward to hearing from you soon.
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