Project Management has played an important role in defense, aerospace, construction, and engineering, but it’s increasingly being applied in areas such as IT, banking and finance, disaster relief recovery, climate change, telecommunications, and mining.
In PMI’s Project Management Salary Survey – an industry study of 10 countries – it’s been predicted that there will be more than 41.5 million project management roles by the year 2020. China and India will lead this growth, generating approximately 8.1 million and 4 million project management roles respectively.
It’s a great time to be considering and preparing for a future career in project management.
Our experienced trainers have studied and worked in their respective fields in the EU, U.S. and worldwide for a minimum of 20 years prior to joining PMW. Furthermore, their experience covers the gamut from banking to business/finance to the architectural-engineering-construction (AEC) field to manufacturing and production and more. Their expertise affords them the ability to contour the workshops to their audience, explain the material in the participants’ industry-language, and provide the participants tools they can use in their day-to-day jobs.
Our trainers include:
Jorge Romero-Lozano, Dipl. Ing. (PE), LEED AP, PMP
Mr. Romero-Lozano studied civil engineering and construction management in California. He is a registered professional engineer (PE) in California, holds the title of Diplom Ingenieur in Germany, is a certified sustainability professional LEED AP) from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), and holds several certifications, such as project management professional (PMP) from the project management institute (PMI.) He is highly experienced in project, construction and facilities management in the automotive, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, infrastructure and civil engineering industries.
Michael P. Doherty, PMP
Mr. Doherty has a long history of business development, strategy, and planning. He has launched and managed several ventures personally, so he understands the challenges of managing day-to-day operations while remaining focused on growth opportunities and the bottom line. He has also worked as an investor and a lender and therefore recognizes the demands and expectations these parties bring to the mix. His clients benefit from both perspectives.
- Project Management Professional (PMP)
- Project Management Bootcamp – Practical Applications
- Scrum Master
- Facilities Management – Principles and Practices
- Business Case Development
- Financial Management
- Portfolio Management
- Project Cost Management
- Break-even analysis
- Earned value management