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2017 P3M Forum

When:  Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st October 2017
Where:  University of Wollongong, NSW


Registrations will be opening soon and everyone are welcome to attend.  The cost to register will be AUD$195  including GST.  We’ll let you know when registrations open.  There will be a 2% surcharge for credit card bookings.

We are working through the agenda and still welcome ideas and suggestions.  The forum will enable the community to discuss the latest ideas and impacts for Portfolio, Program and Project Management in the University sector and we will be canvasing potential attendees prior to finalising the agenda, to ensure it is relevant and valuable.  We will also be seeking volunteer speakers, as this is a community event and needs all our support to make it successful.

Start/finish times:
We’re looking to start the forum at 10am on the Monday, to allow time for people to travel. To make best use of the time, we are looking to go through to 5pm on the Tuesday.  A delegates dinner will be held on the Monday night at the Novotel Wollongong and excitingly, we will get an opportunity to visit the University of Wollongong’s Early Start Facility.

Recommended Accommodation:
The preferred accommodation is Novotel Wollongong, particularly as the delegate dinner will be held there.  More information will be available soon.   We’re sure you will agree that this event will be of great value and an excellent networking opportunity.  Please forward on to any colleagues you think may be interested.

Membership of the P3M Community:  Membership is open to IT and Library staff from universities in Australia, New Zealand, PNG, Fiji and Timor Leste and research organisings who are members of CAUDIT.   Please ensure you have joined the CAUDIT P3M Community using this link to stay up to date on the latest news about the forum.

Looking forward to seeing you in October.  If you have any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to ask.

Many thanks,

2017 Forum Organising Committee:

  • Jodie Crawford, The University of Wollongong
  • Nicola Vere-Critcher, The University of Auckland
  • Christina Romanin, University of Newcastle