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PDI conducts organizational development workshops for Mercy Corps

  The Professional Development Institute (PDI) at American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) facilitated two organizational development workshops in financial management and human resources (HR) for Mercy Corps´s INNOVATE program in Sulaimani. The workshops took place on June 17 – 20, 2019 (Financial Management) and June 26 – 27, 2019 (HR) and were taught by Mr. Soran Sadiq and Ms. Rava Khorshid. The objective of the workshops was to build the sustainability of Mercy Corps’ local partners through capacity building. The INNOVATE program is itself implemented through a partnership with local NGOs.   The PDI workshops were part of the INNOVATE project initiated by Mercy Corps to reduce the vulnerability of conflict-affected youth through increased livelihood outcomes utilizing an approach that fosters psychosocial wellbeing. The workshops provided a comprehensive view of financial management and HR principles and strategies as well as an introduction to different tools for managing their processes. The program also focused on understanding long-term thinking in financial management and HR as well as techniques for developing various policies, procedures and guidelines within both fields. The scope of the program also involved a follow up period by the trainers to measure the outcomes for the workshop and to support the NGOs in applying the learning in their daily work.     The Professional Development Institute (PDI) seeks to identify and provide value-adding programs and services to develop individuals´ knowledge and skills necessary for achieving personal and professional goals. For more information about PDI and its courses, please visit https://auis.edu.krd/PDI-Home.

Human Resources Management (HRM) Training with PDI

  The Professional Development Institute (PDI) at AUIS delivered a comprehensive Human Resources Management (HRM) training for a group of professionals from the oil and gas; recruitment and training; international trade and development; as well as NGO sectors on May 5-9, 2019.   Taught by Dr. Helmut Dreesmann, the training focused on explaining various elements and the philosophy behind HRM, as well as its impact on company effectiveness and success. The training provided a comprehensive view of theoretical basics and practical instruments to manage human resources in organizations. The most important elements of HRM practices were treated in case studies and simulations and all training elements are directly applicable to students’ daily work. Following this outcome-driven training, participants will be able to apply learnings to their work practices.   The Professional Development Institute (PDI) at American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) seeks to identify and provide value-adding programs and services that develop individuals´ knowledge and necessary skills for achieving personal and professional goals. For more information about PDI and its courses, please visit https://auis.edu.krd/PDI-Home.

پەیمانگەی پەرەپێدانی پیشەیی خولێکی راهێنان لەبواری بازاڕکردن و فرۆشتندا پێشکەشی پیشەوەرانی کۆمپانیای Al-Mouyasser دەکات

پەیمانگەی پەرەپێدانی پیشەیی (PDI) ی سەر بەزانکۆی ئەمریکیی عێراق – سلێمانی، مانگی تشرینی دوەمی ٢٠١٨، خولێکی چڕوپڕی راهێنانی لەبواری فرۆشتن و بازاڕکردندا، پێشکەشکرد بەپیشەوەرانی کۆمپانیای Al-Mouyasser لەهەولێر. خولەکە زانیارییەکی چڕوپڕو هەمەلایەنەی دەربارەی پرەنسیپەکانی بازاڕکردن و ستراتیژی بازاڕکردن و ئیدارەدانی پرۆسەی فرۆشتن خستەڕو، هەروەها بایەخی تایبەتیی دا بەو پرەنسیپ و چالاکیانەی کە پرۆسەی فرۆشتن دەیانگرێتەخۆ. کۆمپانیای Al-Mouyasser کە لەبواری کاڵای بەکاربردن و کەلوپەلی ناوماڵدا کار دەکات و سەر بەگروپی Fattal ە، پڕۆژەیەکی هاوبەشی عێراقی – لوبنانییە. شایانی باسە پەیمانگەی پەرەپێدانی پیشەیی (PDI)، کار دەکات بۆ دابینکردنی پرۆگرام و خزمەتگوزاریی مەعریفی، بەئامانجی پەرەپێدانی بەهرەی تاکەکەسەکان و وەدیهێنانی ئامانجە پیشەیی و تایبەتیەکانیان. بۆ زانیاریی زیاتر دەربارەی پەیمانگەی پەرەپێدانی پیشەیی (PDI) و خولەکانی، بچۆرە سەردانی https://auis.edu.krd/PDI-Home

معهد التطوير المهني يقدم دورة تدريبية مكثفة في التسويق والمبيعات للمهنيين في شركة Al-Mouyasser

قام معهد التطوير المهني (PDI) التابع للجامعة الأميركية في العراق – السليمانية، في تشرين الثاني 2018، بتقديم دورة تدريبية مكثفة في المبيعات والتسويق، للمهنيين في شركة Al-Mouyasser  في أربيل. وقد قدمت الدورة نظرة شاملة حول مبادىء التسويق وإستراتيجياته، الى جانب إدارة المبيعات والعمليات. كما ركزت على المبادئ والممارسات التي تنطوي عليها عمليات البيع. يذكر ان شركة Al-Mouyasser التي تعمل ضمن مجموعة فتال في مجال السلع الإستهلاكية والأجهزة المنزلية، هي مشروع لبناني –عراقي مشترك. هذا ويسعى معهد التطوير المهني (PDI) إلى توفير برامج وخدمات معرفية لتطوير مهارات الأفراد وتحقيق أهدافهم الشخصية والمهنية. لمزيد من المعلومات حول معهد التطوير المهني  PDI ودوراته، يرجى زيارة https://auis.edu.krd/PDI-Home  

Sales & Marketing Training: Professional Development Institute collaborates with Al-Mouyasser Company

The Professional Development Institute (PDI) at AUIS delivered an intensive one-week sales & marketing training for professionals at the Al-Mouyasser company in Erbil November 11-15, 2018. Al-Mouyasser, operating under the Fattal Group, is a Lebanese-Iraqi joint venture providing FMCG and home appliances. The training provided a comprehensive view of marketing principles and strategies as well as sales management and processes. Following the completion of the program, participants are be able to understand the importance of marketing as one of the central functions of the organization and focus on product development, pricing strategies, and branding. The program also focused on understanding long-term thinking in sales as well as principles and practices involved in selling processes. As sales and marketing skills are becoming increasingly vital in today's competitive and challenging business environment, mastering these in-demand skills will create potentials for business growth. The Professional Development Institute (PDI) seeks to identify and provide value-adding programs and services to develop individuals' knowledge and skills necessary for achieving personal and professional goals. For more information about PDI and its courses, please visit https://auis.edu.krd/PDI-Home.

PDI Offers Extensive Mini-MBA Workshop for Asiacell Staff

The workshop was offered to three separate groups over three weeks. Over the course of each week, five different business fields were covered by distinguished AUIS professors. The topics included telecom technology and management, sales and marketing, finance, leadership and management, and lastly, strategy and business environment. The workshop was conducted exclusively for 44 senior employees and managers from Asiacell, and through highly interactive sessions and exercises with the participants. The workshop aimed at further advancing the participants' professional and management skills. “It was a great pleasure to organize and deliver for the second time in the past 12 months a Mini MBA program for over 40 Asiacell employees. The curriculum was designed in collaboration with Asiacell and it was expertly delivered by 4 different AUIS professors” said Mr. Anwar Ibrahim, PDI Director and one of the instructors of the program, “the feedback from participants and instructors was excellent. We are very pleased to have contributed to the skills enhancement of such a fantastic group of professionals.” Dr. Firend Rasch, another instructor of this workshop, added to this by saying “This course brought together employees of various departments [of Asiacell] to assess and evaluate their organizations and benchmark it against the latest theories and managerial concepts. Brainstorming solutions allowed attendees to see the full picture, have a better understanding of future potentials and possibilities, and better understand trends in their industry.” Participants expressed their desire to see a continuation of such partnership in the future. “The training course, including the topics presented and discussed, will enhance my information which will serve my work progress and achievements.” Commented Mr. Ranj Jamal, Training & Development Expert at Asiacell and one of the participants of the workshop, “In addition, the subjects delivered by AUIS" respectful instructors helped in developing our management, finance & marketing knowledge and make them comply with international standards”.    PDI has frequently worked with private companies, NGOs, and the public sector in the past to deliver highly customized trainings and consulting services to support them in building skills and knowledge in specific areas to achieve their goals. In August, in partnership with World Food Program (WFP), PDI offered a Skills Development Pilot Program for Syrian refugees who currently reside in Kurdistan Region. Last year, PDI had offered another Mini-MBA workshop to Asiacell staff as well, and also, in June 2016, PDI delivered a Crisis and Strategic Management training in Sulaimani to senior employees of the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Ministry of Education. The Professional Development Institute (PDI) complements the educational objectives of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani by providing opportunities for life-long learning through programs and services that enable participants to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve personal and professional goals, improve the productivity of organizations, and provide leadership and service to their communities. Working collaboratively with individuals, businesses and both government and non-governmental organizations, PDI seeks to identify and develop value-adding programs and services. PDI firmly believes that by providing consistent, ethical and quality programs and services it can play an important role in human capacity development for the community. Click here to find out how PDI can support you or your organization in achieving your professional goals.

پرۆگرامی جیهانیی خۆراک (WFP) پەرە بەتوانای پەنابەران دەدات لەزانکۆی ئەمریکی لە عێراق، سلێمانی

٣٠ ی ئابی ٢٠١٧ (هەرێمی کوردستانی عێراق - سلێمانی) : پرۆگرامی جیهانیی خۆراک (WFP) ی سەر بەنەتەوە یەکگرتوەکان ، ئەمڕۆ کۆتایی هێنا بەپرۆگرامی راهێنان لەسەر بەهرەمەندیی دیجیتاڵی (digital skills) کە ماوەی حەوت هەفتەی خایاندو تایبەت بو بەپەنابەران ، پرۆگرامەکە بەسودوەرگرتن لەشارەزایی و توانای (پەیمانگەی گەشەپێدانی پیشەیی) ی سەر بەزانکۆی ئەمریکیی لە عێراق، سلێمانی بەڕێوەچو . زیاد لەسەد کەس لەپەنابەرانی سوری لەکەمپی عەربەتەوە ئامادەی پرۆگرامەکەبون کە پەنجاو و پێنج دەرسەدیان  (٪٥٥) لەرەگەزی مێ بون ، چل و پێنج دەرسەدەکەشیان (٪٤٥) لەڕەگەزی نێرینە بون و بریتی بون لەو کەسانەی کە پێش ئاوارەبونیان لەسوریاوە یان فێرخوازی زانکۆ بون یاخود دەرچوی زانکۆ . پرۆگرامی (Tech for Food) ی سەر بە (WFP)  لەم چالاکییەیدا لەزانکۆی ئەمریکی ، زانیاریی دیجیتاڵیی چڕو پڕی لەبواری گەشەپێدانی پیشەیی پێشکەش کرد ، فرسەتی رەخساند بۆ پەنابەران کە ئاستی لێوەشاوەیی خۆیان ببەنە سەرو بتوانن رێگای خۆبەخێوکردن بدۆزنەوە . لەچوارچێوەی ئەو پرۆگرامە حەوت هەفتەییەدا ، پەیمانگەی گەشەپێدانی پیشەیی سەر بەزانکۆی ئەمریکی لەسلێمانی ، بەشداریی چالاکانەی هەبو . لەحەوت هەفتەی ماوەی پرۆگرامەکەدا ، پەنابەران رۆژانە بە (٢) شەفت چەندین وانەی چڕوپڕیان دەدرایێ دەربارەی زمانی ئینگلیزی و سۆشیال میدیاو تەکنەلۆجیای زانیاری (وەک : بەکارهێنانی مایکرۆسۆفت ئۆفیس ، ئەدۆب فۆتۆشۆپ و چەندین شتیتر) ، وانەکان لەلایەن راهێنەرانی زمانی ئینگلیزیی سەر بەپەیمانگەی گەشەپێدانی پیشەیی و مامۆستایانی بەشی تەکنەلۆجیای زانیاری لەزانکۆی ئەمریکیی سلێمانی و هەندێک لەدەرچوانی بەشەکەوە دەگوترانەوە .     بەگوێرەی ئەوەی لەگوتاری (ساندرا رائید – بەڕێوەبەری پرۆگرامەکە) دا هاتوە کە لەئاهەنگی دەرچواندنی بەشداران لەزانکۆی ئەمریکیی سلێمانی پێشکەشی کرد ، دەستەبەرکردنی شارەزایی لەبواری  بەهرەمەندیی دیجیتاڵی (digital skills) توانایەکی گەورە دەستەبەر دەکات لەخزمەتی سودمەندکردنی کۆمەڵگە زیانلێکەوتوەکانی قەیرانی سوریا : "ئەمە فرسەتێکی دەستبۆنەبراوە لەو فرسەتانەی کە پرۆگرامەکەمان بەدوایانەوەیە بەمەبەستی سودمەندکردنی خەڵک ، پرۆگرامەکەمان وردبینانە کار لەگەڵ هاوکاران و ئەو کەسە خزمەتگوزارانە دەکات کە لەگرنگیی ئیشکردن لەسەر ئینتەرنێت تێدەگەن ، مایەی خۆشحاڵیمان بو ئەو دەستوبردی و پێشڕەوییەمان لەزانکۆی ئەمریکیی سلێمانیدا بینییەوە کە بۆ سەرخستنی ئەم جۆرە پڕۆژانە پێویستن .      شایانی باسە (پەیمانگەی گەشەپێدانی پیشەیی) شارەزاییەکی زۆری هەیە لەبواری پێشکەشکردن و بەڕێوەبردنی پرۆگرامی راهێنان بۆ رێکخراوەکانی پەرەپێدان لەهەردو کەرتی (گشتی و تایبەتی) دا ، (ئەنوەر ئیبراهیم – بەڕێوەبەری پەیمانگەکە) دەربارەی پرۆگرامەکەی (WFP) وتی : "حەوت هەفتەی پڕ لەجۆش و خرۆش و وزەبو بۆ فێرخوازان و راهێنەران و ئێمە ،  مایەی شانازیمانە کە بەشداریمان کرد لەپلانبۆدانان و جێبەجێکردنی ئەم پرۆگرامە گرنگەدا لەخزمەتی پەنابەرانی بێدەرەتاندا ، ئێمە بەڕاستی بڕوامان پتەوە بەبەشداریکردن لەپەرەپێدانی کۆمەڵگەکانماندا ، سوپاسی هەمو ئەو کەس و رێکخراوانە دەکەم کە لەم سەرکەوتنەدا بەشدارییان کرد ، بەتایبەتی WFP کە متمانەی زۆری بەزانکۆی ئەمریکیی سلێمانی هەیە ، هەروەها دەمەوێت سوپاسی فێرخوازان و خانەوادەکانیان بکەم ، هیوای سەرکەوتنیان بۆ دەخوازم" .     بۆ زانیاری زیاتر تکایە پەیوەندی بکە بەزانکۆی ئەمریکی لەسلێمانی : (میهر زەهرا – بەڕێوەبەری پەیوەندیەکان) :  mehr.zahra@auis.edu.krd  | +964 772 339 9305 (بژار عەلی بۆسکانی – راوێژکاری راگەیاندن و پەیوەندییە گشتیەکان) :  bzhar.ali@auis.edu.krd 964(0)770-152-1893 (پرۆگرامی جیهانیی خۆراک WFP ) (ساندرا رائد – بەڕێوەبەری پڕۆژە) : sandra.raad@wfp.org

برنامج الأغذية العالمي (WFP) يقيم في الجامعة الأمريكية بالسليمانية برنامجا لتطوير المهارات للاجئين

  30  آب ، 2017 (إقليم كردستان العراق – السليمانية): اختتم برنامج الأغذية العالمي (WFP) التابع للأمم المتحدة اليوم برنامجا للتدريب على المهارات الرقمية للاجئين إستغرق سبعة أسابيع ، والذي قدمه إستنادا الى خبرة معهد التطوير المهني في الجامعة الاميركية بالسليمانية ، حيث حضر البرنامج أكثر من مئة شخص من اللاجئين السوريين من مخيم عربت في السليمانية ، وقد بلغت نسبة النساء المشاركات في البرنامج 55% ، بينما الـنسبة الباقية 45% من المشاركين فهي كانت من الذكور الذين إلتحقوا بالجامعات أو تخرجوا فيها قبل مغادرتهم سوريا . وخلال الأسابيع السبعة للدورة التدريبية وفر برنامج (Tech for Food) التابع لبرنامج الأغذية العالمي (WFP) مهارات رقمية في مجال التطوير المهني ، بمشاركة معهد التطوير المهني التابع  للجامعة الأمريكية في السليمانية ،  حيث تلقى اللاجئون خلال وجبتين دراسيتين يوميتين دروسا مكثفة في مهارات تعلم أساسيات اللغة الإنجليزية ووسائل الإعلام الاجتماعية ومهارات التكنولوجيا المعلوماتية (مثل استخدام مايكروسوفت أوفيس، أدوب فوتوشوب، وغيرها من التطبيقات) ، وقد تم تدريس هذه الدورات من قبل مدربي اللغة الإنجليزية التابعين لمعهد التطوير المهني وأساتذة من قسم تكنولوجيا المعلومات التابع للجامعة الأمريكية بالسليمانية وبعض خريجي القسم . وحسب ما جاء في كلمة (ساندرا رائد - مديرة البرنامج) التي قدمها في حفل تخريج  المشاركين المقام في الجامعة الامريكية بالسليمانية ، ان توفر إمكانية الوصول إلى الاقتصاد الرقمي يتيح إمكانية هائلة للتأثير على المجتمعات المتضررة من الأزمة السورية: " فإن ذلك يمثل فرصة غير مستغلة من الفرص التي ينخرط فيها البرنامج لجلب المستفيدين ، ويعمل البرنامج بعناية مع المتعاونين ومقدمي الخدمات الذين يفهمون إمكانيات الوظائف على شبكة الإنترنت ، ولقد كان من دواعي سرورنا أن نجد في الجامعة الامريكية بالسليمانية خفة الحركة والنهج التطلعي اللازم لإنجاح هكذا مشروع." جدير بالذكر ان معهد التطوير المهني يتمتع بخبرة واسعة في مجال تقديم برامج تدريبية مخصصة لمنظمات التنمية في القطاعين العام والخاص ، وقال (أنور إبراهيم - مدير المعهد) حول برنامج التدريب التجريبي المقام من قبل برنامج الأغذية العالمي WFP : "لقد كانت سبعة أسابيع رائعة من الطاقة والتشجيع للطلاب والمدربين والإدارة على حد سواء ، نشعر بالفخر لأننا ساهمنا في تخطيط وتنفيذ هذا البرنامج الحيوي للاجئين الضعفاء ، ونحن نؤمن حقا بالمساهمة في تنمية مجتمعاتنا ، أشكر جميع الناس والمنظمات الذين ساهموا في قصة النجاح هذه ولا سيما برنامج الأغذية العالمي لامتلاكه كل الثقة في الجامعة الأمريكية بالسليمانية ، كما أود أن أشكر الطلاب وأسرهم وأتمنى لهم كل التوفيق والنجاح." للمزيد من المعلومات يرجى التواصل مع الجامعة الامريكية في السليمانية: (مهر زهرا - مديرة الاتصالات) : : mehr.zahra@auis.edu.krd  | +964 772 339 9305 (بزار علي بوسكاني - مستشار الإعلام والعلاقات العامة):  bzhar.ali@auis.edu.krd 964(0)770-152-1893 - برنامج الأغذية العالمي: )ساندرا رائد - مديرة المشروع( : sandra.raad@wfp.org  

World Food Program Hosts Skills Development Pilot Program for Refugees at AUIS

  August 30, 2017 (Sulaimani, KRG - Iraq): The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) concluded today a seven-week digital skills training program for refugees which drew upon the expertise of the Professional Development Institute (PDI) at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS). The pilot program was attended by more than a hundred Syrian refugees from Arbat camp in Sulaimani. Fifty five percent of the trainees were women, while 45 percent were either enrolled in, or had graduated from, a university before being forced to leave Syria. The WFP Tech for Food program teaches digital skills through vocational trainings, providing refugees and displaced communities a chance to improve their skill set and livelihood prospects in the long run. As part of the program, PDI ran a seven weeks’ training tailored to specific needs and literacy and skill levels of the participants. Taught in two shifts daily, the refugees were offered intensive lessons in basic English language skills, social media, and information technology (IT) skills - such as using Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, and other applications. The courses were taught by PDI English language instructors and IT professionals, including some AUIS IT graduates. According to WFP Project Manager Sandra Raad, providing access to the digital economy has a huge potential to impact communities affected by the Syria crisis: “It is an untapped well of opportunities that WFP is engaged in bringing to its beneficiaries. WFP works carefully with collaborators and providers who understand the possibilities of Internet-Based jobs and was pleased to find in AUIS the agility and forward-looking approach necessary to pull such a pilot off,” she said at the graduation ceremony held for the participants at AUIS today. The PDI has extensive experience in delivering tailored training programs for development organizations, as well as the public and private sector. Sharing his thoughts on WFP’s pilot training program in Iraq, Anwar Ibrahim, PDI manager said, “These have been fantastic seven weeks of energy and motivation for the students, instructors and management alike. We feel honored to have contributed to the planning and implementation of such a vital program for vulnerable refugees. We truly believe in contributing to the development of our communities. I thank all the people and organizations who contributed to this success story, especially the WFP for having the confidence and trust in AUIS. Above all, I would like to thank the students and their families and wish them all the best.” About the Tech for Food Project: WFP is working on new, sustainable approaches in helping food insecure refugees and vulnerable host communities in the region, including women and youth. Teaching digital skills through vocational training represents a unique opportunity in building sustainable and transferable capacities on a larger scale for the most vulnerable communities, both Syrian refugees and host communities. Together with the private sector, WFP is connecting those people who are most in need to internet-based opportunities. The project started as a pilot in Lebanon and is now being introduced in Iraq due to its successful results. Click here for more information. About the Professional Development Institute: PDI complements the educational objectives of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani by providing opportunities for lifelong learning through programs and services that enable participants to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve personal and professional goals, improve the productivity of organizations, and provide leadership and service to their communities. Working collaboratively with individuals, businesses and both government and non-governmental organizations, PDI seeks to identify and develop value-adding programs and services. Click here for more information. For more information, please contact: Mehr Zahra, communications director, AUIS: mehr.zahra@auis.edu.krd  | +964 772 339 9305 Bzhar Ali Boskani, media and public relations adviser, AUIS: bzhar.ali@auis.edu.krd | +964 770 152 1893 Sandra Raad, project manager, WFP: sandra.raad@wfp.org

PDI Offers Project Management Professional (PMP®) Training Course

PDI was the first Registered Education Provider (R.E.P) for the Project Management Institute (PMI®) in Iraq and has offered this course to hundreds of professionals from a dozen of different multinational companies and organizations in the past 6 years.  This latest public training course in PMP® was conducted over a period of 6 days, from 18 to 23 February, 2016 at the AUIS campus. The course provided a review of the study of project management in companies and it was formulated in the context of Project Management Body of Knowledge i.e. PMBOK® Guide, an international standard for project management. The course was taught by a PMI®-certified professional, Mr. Ahmed Al-Alou. “In collaboration with the university staff, we strive to make the PMP® exam preparation course more than a training experience” said Mr. Ahmed; “the course is rather a platform for professionals from different industries to share their experiences, improve their understanding of real world project management tools and skills in friendly, professional and enjoyable sessions Around 20 professionals from different companies and organizations participated in this course. “[The] PMP® course was very important, useful and compatible with my practical work experience. Personally I found it interesting and powerful to improve my managerial skills in project management.” Commented a participant; Mr. Mahmood AlGburi, SCADA/HMI Applications Manager at Korek Engineering Systems in Sulaimani. “I'm really glad that I took this course which added to me an international standard of knowledge, and I highly recommend this course to be taken at AUIS to all my friends and collogues who are interested in getting the PMP® certificate.” Ms. Lizan Ali, who is an Internal Auditor at Asiacell, commented that “The course was well organized and structured toward achieving PMP Certification, it was very informative as it filtered out the most important information for the PMBOK® Guide , which helped me to better understand Project Management and improved my ability to study for the PM Exam.” She continued by saying that “[the instructor’s] grasp of the material was superb and combined with an ability to apply real-world examples to the concepts was particularly helpful in translating the information into retainable scenarios. I would strongly recommend this course to other people who would like to get the PMP Certification.” PDI will continue this pilot course in the future as well. The next (Project Management Professional) training course is scheduled to start on September 2, 2017. The Professional Development Institute complements the educational objectives of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani by providing opportunities for life-long learning through programs and services that enable participants to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve personal and professional goals, improve the productivity of organizations, and provide leadership and service to their communities. Working collaboratively with individuals, businesses and both government and non-governmental organizations, PDI seeks to identify and develop value-adding programs and services, and it firmly believes that by providing consistent, ethical and quality programs and services, it can play an important role in human capacity development for the community. Click here to find out how PDI can support you or your organization in achieving your professional goals.  PMP®, CAPM®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-SP®, and PgMP® are a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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