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Become a PMI Tasmania Sponsor

If you or your organisation would like to become a sponsor of PMI Tasmania Chapter or one of our events, feel free to email us at

The Project Lab

PMI Tasmania would like to thank local consulting and training organisation The Project Lab for the generous use of their amazing training facilities so that we could run the first in-person PMI CAPM (Certified Associate of Project Management) and PMP (Project Management Professional) certification courses ever to be held in Tasmania. Without the generous donation of these fantastic facilities, attendees would have no other choice but to undertake these courses and sit the certification exams online.

PMI Tasmania Website

PMI Tasmania would like to thank local consulting firm, Phase 2 Consulting, who have continued to donate their time and expertise by developing, supporting and maintaining the PMI Tasmania website free of charge.  

Launch Reception and Mini-Conference

Local Tasmanian consulting firm, Resonance, sponsored the launch and inaugural mini-conference for the new PMI Tasmania Chapter.  They also provide sponsorship through the free use of their facilities for meetings and conferences.

Located in Moonah, Resonance are a strategy, planning and project management consultancy. They take customers' ideas and make them reality. They have the creativity, tenacity and flexibility that’s essential in bringing a project from concept to completion. Which makes them ideal partners to work with PMI Tasmania to bring the launch event to reality.  Rebecca Greenwood from Resonance was the driving force behind the formation of the PMI Tasmania Chapter and is serving as the Interim President of the Board until our inaugural election of Board Officers.

Chapter Sponsors

About Us

The Project Management Institute (PMI) Tasmania, Australia Chapter was incorporated in the state of Tasmania in March 2023 and chartered by PMI Global in April 2023.  In our first year of operating, over 100 members joined our Chapter.  Our members are employed across a wide range of industries including mining, energy, sustainability, education, healthcare, infrastructure, government, technology, and financial services. 

PMI is the world’s leading not-for-profit membership association for the project management profession, with more than half a million members and credential holders across 185 countries. Our advocacy for project management is supported by our globally-recognised standards and credentials, our extensive research program, and our professional development opportunities.


Our professional accreditation and practitioner services are the basis of greater recognition and acceptance of the importance of project management in the successful delivery of projects in government, commercial organisations, academia and industries.

GPO Box 174

Hobart  TAS  7001

Board of Directors

Awards Programs

Project Showcase & Award

Each meeting of PMI Tasmania will showcase up to 4 of the best projects an individual organisation has been working on over the past year.  Featured projects may still be in progress but must be "deployed / live".  (e.g.: a bridge must have cars / pedestrians travelling on it, a building must have tenants, an ICT system must have people using it, a research project must have subjects / participants, etc).  Each project will be asked to record a presentation of up to 10 minutes which will be displayed at the meeting.  PMI Tasmania members will vote to decide the "Project of the Month".

Each “Project of the Month” will be in the running to win “Project of the Year”.

Project of the Year Award

Each "Project of the Month" throughout the year will go into the running to be selected as the "Project of the Year" which will be chosen by an expert panel appointed to evaluate each of the eligible projects.  

The top three "Projects of the Year" will be awarded at the annual, end-of-year gala celebration.

Meetings and Other Events

Other Meetings

Board Meetings

Regular meetings of the Board are held month via video conference.

Board Workshops

The Board also hold regular workshops on special topics once a month via video conference.


The Board may authorise the formation of permanent or temporary sub-committees to advance the purposes of PMI Tasmania.  Sub-committees report to the Board.  Members of sub-committees must be financial members of PMI Tasmania.  

Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the PMI Tasmania Chapter will be held each year within 90 days of the end of the Chapters financial year which is 31st March.  The meeting will be held virtually.  

Nominations for vacant Board positions will be called in the lead-up to the Annual General Meeting.  All financial members of the PMI Tasmania Chapter are eligible to nominate for Board positions when vacancies are called.

Events for Members

Member Meetings and Events

Throughout the year, PMI Tasmania will hold social and educational events for our members.  We also work in conjunction with other Australasian and Global Chapters to bring you some great webinars and online events.  To find out what exciting events are coming up, visit our Coming Events page.

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