Lining up your ducks: Project management for beginners
with Julie Spencer
Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 6:30 pm
Get your ducks in a row next Tuesday, 26 March, for the next Technorama Tuesdays webinar on project management. Project management covers all the things you need to do for an activity to be successful. If you do it right, things go well. If you don’t, then it could be a disaster – and nobody wants that.
In this free online learning experience you will find out:
• how to work out what are the real requirements for the gig or project
• how to identify all the moving parts and people involved
• what are the critical processes and how do you establish the critical path
• what tools can you use that make life easier
• how do you get people to stick to their commitments
• how to wrap the project and documenting what happened
And find out about the full day of Project Management training that will be delivered at TR19, and how you can do a $900 class for $45!
Who’s this webinar for?
Anyone interested in learning better project management practices from a verified expert.
Presented by Julie Spencer (Technorama Board Member)
Julie Spencer is a senior broadcasting engineer with an impressive range of career credits, and a hands-on transmission specialist and project manager. Julie started her Community Radio involvement with a station in Canberra, her home town, and connected with the CBAA during her first role at the Australian Broadcasting Authority. She also facilitated introduction of community broadcasting legislation and was involved in the project planning for Digital Television. As Engineering Manager at SBS, Julie built the new DAB system, assisted with upgrade and fit out of the new studios, and ran the Transmission team. She currently works for Geoscience Australia, where she built two 9m satellite tracking antennas.
Julie has formal qualifications in project management as a practitioner and trainer, and has already participated in Technorama training activities. Julie is passionate about the promoting involvement of women in technology careers, and any activity that improves gender equity. In her spare time she sings and leads choirs.
See more about upcoming online learning opportunities and revisit past webinars at cmto.org.au/webinars.