October 25-26, 2016 -- Management and Leadership Two-Day Training Event
ASEM is proud to offer a special professional development opportunity; a two-day professional development and continuing education seminar in advance of the 2016 IAC, which will provide practicing engineers a general overview related to A Guide to the Engineering Management Body of Knowledge (EMBoK)!
Additionally, it focuses on a number of important topics in preparation of the Professional Engineering Manager (PEM(TM)) certification exam. The seminar includes instructor led sessions, videos, group activities and reading assignments to facilitate an active learning environment.
Upon completion of the two-day seminar, participants receive a certificate of completion for 15 professional development hours (PDHs). Registration for the seminar includes all training materials, a hard copy of the EMBoK, and refreshments (lunch and breaks). Registration for this event includes the following additional complimentary benefits: One year ASEM membership ($125 value), which provides free electronic access to the EM Handbook, the Engineering Management Journal (EMJ), the EM Practice Periodical and webinars on diverse EM topics.
Registrants also receive a PEM(TM) certification voucher ($250 value), which, after successful completion of the exam, provides you the only recognized certification of Professional Engineering Managers. For participants who are interested in certification immediately following the seminar, exams will be facilitated on Saturday, October 29th. For those who want more time to prepare, UNCC will schedule an exam in December as needed.
Seats are limited - only 16 available; register today! Current ASEM members receive a $100 discount. If you have three or more people from your company attending, contact ASEM for a 10% discount!
Registration and fees are due before September 15, 2016.
A minimum of 8 attendees is required for the course to be held. This course will accommodate a maximum of 16 attendees. Complete refunds made if the course does not make the minimum.
To register for this event, please visit https://asem.org/event-2305685