AIPM 2022: Double The Congratulations!

February 4, 2022

After last year’s hiatus, the MCAA is thrilled to offer congratulations to graduates of the first-ever double-class of the Advanced Institute for Project Management! The Project Management Education Committee worked hard to use its pandemic-enforced ‘downtime’ to develop new sessions on both Leadership and Finance for this course. Consequently, the AIPM is back, and better than ever!

This unique, contractor-led program is specifically designed for Senior Project Managers, Project Executives, Operations Managers, and those who manage other project managers and multiple big, nasty jobs. The AIPM packed some serious instructor firepower, including leading claims consultant Paul Stynchcomb; legal expert Chip Mitchell; former ASHRAE President Tim Wentz; and MCAA Past President Greg Fuller (to name but a few!). But every instructor would tell you that it is the students who really make these classes the incredible learning experiences they are – through their questions, ideas, collaboration, and discussion-driven sessions that demonstrate a dedication to making their companies the best they can be.

The AIPM is a great example of how MCAA members are better together, and that bringing together the best and brightest in our industry is of benefit to all involved. We are excited for next year’s program – registration for the January 2023 AIPM will open at noon EST on October 1st, and will be done online via the AIPM webpage, where additional information on the program is also available.

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