November 2004, Tuesday
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Location: Westin Hotel, 10135 100 Street
11:30 am Registration
12:00 pm Luncheon
12:35 pm Guest Speaker

GUEST SPEAKER: Jeff Arsenych, Chairman, EnerGreen Foundation

The EnerGreen Foundation & Overseas Projects

The EnerGreen Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to fostering sustainable development through projects that promote the use of renewable and alternative energy. EnerGreen's projects are community oriented and often bring electricity to people who would otherwise have to live without. In order to achieve their goal of fostering sustainable development, EnerGreen collaborates with like-minded organizations such as Green Empowerment and Light Up the World.

Jeff will be discussing the activities of the Foundation, and outlining the successes of two of their most recent projects - solar power installations in the environmentally sensitive Galapagos Islands and in a remote Amazon region, home to the indigenous Shuar people.

$25.00 APEGGA Members
$30.00 Non-Members
$15.00 Students

To register, please contact:

Shirley Layne, CMP

Ph: 426-3990
Email: slayne@apegga.org

Payment can be made in advance by credit card:
- MasterCard
- American Express

Please note that refunds will not be issued if cancellations are received after November 10.

No-shows will be billed.

Location: Edmonton Petroleum Club - 11110 108 Street, Pembina Room
TIME: 5:30 pm Registration
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Seminar

COST: $50.00

FACILITATOR: Charlie Murdoch, P.Eng., Murdoch International Inc.

TOPIC: Strategies for Project Success: The Right People Doing the Right Thing

This workshop addresses the critical leadership issues on the development of project objectives and the application of key personnel to ensure a winning project. Major stakeholders will be identified and organized to facilitate decision making. Special attention will be provided on techniques for developing project scope through the application of appropriate human resources. Participants will learn crucial skills on staffing projects for success.

Workshop learning objectives include:

- Initiating a Project and Determining Objectives
- Understanding the Importance of People in Projects
- Defining and Organizing Key Project Stakeholders
- Understanding and Controlling Project Scope Development
- Staffing Projects for Success

Charlie Murdoch, P. Eng. has been teaching project management and related subjects for 17 years in different cities and organizations throughout North America. He brings over 27 years of practical project management experience to the classroom on a broad spectrum of projects. As a Project Manager, Charlie was recipient of the prestigious APEGGA Project Achievement Award and has received a Global Project Excellence Award. Charlie is Principal Consultant at Murdoch International Incorporated which provides clients with "best practices" and Enterprise Project Management solutions.

Pre-Registration and advance payments are required. Registrations will be dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call Shirley Layne at the APEGGA office (426-3990) to register or via email - slayne@apegga.org. The deadline to register is Wednesday, November 10 - registration fee is non-refundable after this date. We accept Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.

Please note: Sandwiches will be provided.

Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: APEGGA Conference Centres
Calgary - Tuesday, November 9, 2004
Edmonton - Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Cost: $10.00 (includes refreshments)
Topic: Health & Safety in the Workplace, with a focus on the new Code

Presenter: Kenn Hample, P.Eng., Alberta Human Resources & Employment

To register, please call Flo Primeau at (780) 426-3990 or e-mail fprimeau@apegga.org

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