NASA’s project managers and systems engineers are integral to the agency’s efforts and achievements. But who helps them achieve their professional development goals?
Join us for a new Virtual Project Management Challenge on December 2, 2014, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST to learn more about how the Academy of Program/Project & Engineering Leadership (APPEL) supports the development of NASA’s technical workforce.
Over the course of the event, APPEL Director Roger Forsgren, APPEL Deputy Director Stephen Angelillo, and Curriculum Manager Donna Wilson will discuss what APPEL does to help ensure the agency’s project management and systems engineering communities have the skills and knowledge they need to advance mission success at NASA.
“We’re excited to share the depth of APPEL’s offerings and resources with the larger NASA audience during this event,” said Forsgren.
Angelillo agreed. “We’re looking forward to helping everyone who is part of our technical workforce understand how APPEL can help them attain their career development objectives.”
APPEL is NASA’s internal resource for project management and systems engineering development. The Academy supports NASA’s mission by promoting learning on three levels: individual, team, and organizational. Through its core and in-depth courses, it enhances critical job skills, offers hands-on learning experiences, and supplements formal educational programs.
The Virtual Project Management Challenge, entitled APPEL—Technical Workforce Development, will feature a presentation followed by an opportunity for viewers to pose questions to the speakers through a session moderator.
To attend the APPEL Virtual Project Management Challenge, please RSVP today.
For more information, view the APPEL Virtual Project Management Challenge announcement.
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