Project Management Training Alliance (PMTA) announces Communities of Practice (COP) Program for Transitioning to Virtual Learning

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Project Management Training Alliance (PMTA)
2828 E. Trinity Mills Road, Suite 221
Carrollton, Texas 75006
www.pmtrainingalliance.org

Contact: Joanne Greene-Blose, Engagement Officer
engagement@pmtrainingalliance.org
785.414.9893

Project Management Training Alliance (PMTA) announces Communities of Practice (COP) Program for Transitioning to Virtual Learning

Carrollton, TX, September 9, 2020—Project Management Training Alliance (PMTA) announces the Communities of Practice for transitioning to virtual learning.

Project Management Training Alliance (PMTA), a global, non-profit, membership-based organization today announces the topic in their new Communities of Practice (COP) Program.

The PMTA Communities of Practice (COP) program is an initiative to help the project management training community members continue their organizational improvement and evolution. The newest topic will address transitioning to virtual learning.   

PMTA President Tony Johnson had the following to say about the newest COP program topic,

“This topic is particularly timely to most of us in the training field as covid has ravaged how our businesses operated. Virtual classes and digital books have become the new norm in training right now. Those that aren’t set up to do virtual live training, or are unsure about how to transition to it will be behind the curve with the new normal in modern training. This topic will help get our community members up to speed quickly with experts driving the ramp-up process. One of our PMTA community members is a courseware developer focusing on the area of online training. The other facilitator is a tools expert that will be able to talk intelligently about and show a variety of the tools available as we transition to the new normal classroom online.

As we represent the global project management training community, we ask our members what will add value to your PMTA experience in helping you with your business and deliver the best student experience. The Communities of Practice (COP) program was at the top tier of the list with the membership vote. Next, we focused on the topics of interest, and transitioning to virtual learning was in the top tier of topics requested.

In doing our COP program we are all playing to our area of expertise. If you are an expert in the pm training community for the topic you will have the opportunity to help the community. This topic should be well represented by our Certified Training Providers (CTP)s across five countries so far and will meet via a virtual meeting once a month initially and more frequently if that’s what our membership wants. The PMTA COP program helps us provide value to the global project management training community which influences the classroom. This sort of continuous improvement helps make PMTA Certified Training Providers the global gold standard in project management training.”

About Project Management Training Alliance (PMTA)

Project Management Training Alliance is a Non-Profit 501(C)(6) organization.

The Engagement Director of PMTA, Joanne Greene-Blose, and President, Tony Johnson are available for interviews and information about the PMTA and Certified Training Provider (CTP) Program.

Project Management Training Alliance (PMTA)
2828 E. Trinity Mills Road, Suite 221
Carrollton, Texas 75006

785.414.9893
www.pmtrainingalliance.org

Contact: Joanne Greene-Blose, Engagement Officer, engagement@pmtrainingalliance.org

    Tony Johnson, President, President@pmtrainingalliance.org

Categories Announcements

Post Author: admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *