Ireland Chapter of PMI

2020 Events Archive

Webinar: Social Intelligence: Why we need it and how we can get it. March 26th 2020

Our first webinar of 2020 hosted by the UK Chapter of PMI went ahead without a hitch.  We hope you enjoyed the session and find it useful to you in your current circumstances.

We note that a number of registrants from UK and Ireland were unable to access the event, as there is a maximum capacity of 100.  So we had a full virtual house!

For those who did manage to attend the webinar, and if we have your PMI member number, you have been automatically registered for the PDU.  

For those of you who didn't register, or weren't able to join, there is another opportunity for you to do so here:  

A recording of this session has been uploaded to PMI UK Vimeo Channel and is available at:

The handout/slide notes from the webinar are available at:

Interactive version of Mentimeter results are available at:

PDF version on Slideshare at:

The free VIA Character Strengths and Virtues Assessment tool is available for completion at:


Mid West Project Management Forum (MWPF) - February 27th 2020

Cook Medical, Limerick








The latest event of the Mid West Project Management Forum was hosted by Cook Medical on February 27th. This was the best attended event to date with almost 60 PM professionals from across the region representing a range of organisations and industries including financial services, education, consulting and manufacturing there on the day.

The topic was ‘Project Failure and Remediation’ which was explored by an expert panel of Geraldine Murphy (Ensure PMC), Keith McNamara (Northern Trust) and John Kelly (Kemmy Business School) and moderator Ross Redmond (Northern Trust).

There was great engagement from attendees (also experts!) and the key observations were:

  1. PM must own and develop relationships with executive sponsors to enable project success
  2. The basic of planning, communication and problem solving are still needed but PMs must develop new EQ and digital skills in order to stay effective
  3. Conduct a project health check today – are your stakeholders and delivery objectives aligned?

The Mid West Project Management Forum continues to grow and provides a great opportunity for CPD for PM professionals (including PDUs). 

The next event is planned for May 2020 with a topic of ‘Digital Transformation’.  Search for the forum on LinkedIn for more information.


Reporting Professional Development Units (PDUs) / Activity Codes

In this section, you will find the PDU Claim codes for each event.  You can use this code to register your PDU claim.

Where possible, The Ireland Chapter of PMI will report PDUs for the events that it hosts. 
To qualify for automatic PDU registration, the member must;

  1. Be a current member of the Ireland Chapter of PMI
  2. Register for an event via the Events Page
  3. Provide a valid PMI member number when registering
  4. Sign the attendance sheet at an event or
  5. Attend the Live GoTowebinar

Automatic registration is not available for non members.  

Webinar: Ireland

Risk Identification

PDU Claim Code: C1440PN5XC

Course Identifier: IRL-Dub-Webinar-Risk 
Max PDUs: 1

Webinar: UK & Ireland. 

Social Intelligence: Why we need it and how we can get it,  March 26th 2020


PDU Claim Code: C144W9EC1E 

Course Identifier: Irl-webinar-socintel 
Max PDUs: 1

Limerick: Mid West Project Management Forum: 

Project Failure and Remediation, February 27th 2020

PDU Claim Code: C144G5TP1J 
Course Identifier: 27022020-MWF-Lmk 
Max PDUs: 2

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