GPM EMEA is a part of the global organization GPM Global actively promoting a sustainable approach in project management. One of the goals of the GPM is to share knowledge on how to implement projects in a sustainable manner. For that purpose, the first and currently the only one in the world the PRiSM™ methodology and P5 Standard have been created. GPM EMEA aims to enable the exchange of experience between managers, specialists and other enthusiasts with sustainable project management. GPM EMEA supports also organizations and people in acquiring knowledge and helps to unify standards in the organization in the field of sustainable project management.
Our course focuses on how to teach about sustainable project management, what are the main challenges during training and preparation for certification, what to pay attention to, how to carry out exercises.
Full participation in the TTT course includes self-preparation based on the online course and full two days of participation in the online training. Upon completion of the training, participants are also prepared to take the GPM-b™ exam.
Due to the intensive development of the Accredited Training Partner (ATP) system, we have pleasure to invite you to participate in the specialized Train The Trainer training. Online training cost is 1200 euro.
Check what you will gain by participating in the Train the Trainer training.
Joel Carboni is a leading figure on sustainable project management. He is a graduate of Ball State University and holds a Ph.D. in Sustainable Development and Environment. He is the founder of Green Project Management (GPM Global) the International Institute for Peace and Sustainable Development, and is the President of IPMA-USA. He has over 23 years’ experience in portfolio, program and program management working in Municipal Government, Big Five Consulting, Banking, and Higher Education.
As an author and an actor on the international sustainable development movement he is the GPM Global representative to the United Nations Global Compact, a founding signatory of the UN’s Business for Peace Initiative, signatory to the call to action on Anti-Corruption, Caring for Climate, and one of only fourteen listed supporting organizations of the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education Initiative (PRME).
Przemek Domański is a practitioner and enthusiast of project management with many years of practical experience. He started with a doctorate in technical sciences (AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, automation) and a master’s degree in management (Executive MBA, UEK and Stockholm University, Harvard Business Review with honors). He has expirence as a member of the project teams, consultant, project manager and head of the project company – leading BEELC from a certain bankruptcy to being an indestructible and tasty morsel on the market. He has managed ERP projects, software development projects and large translation projects.
He is the leading assessor and assessor of the Global Project Excellence Award, evaluating mega projects applying for the title of the best managed project in the world. He shares his experience as a project management trainer, and currently also a sustainable project management trainer.
Ewa Bednarczyk, CEO of GPM EMEA and pm2pm, is a visionary multicultural leader, project manager, and trainer committed to sustainable project management.
Ewa contributes to promoting and implementing Green Project Management in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. She’s also well-known globally for advancing responsible business, making project management more professional, and improving competencies in this field. As the IPMA licensed project management trainer, IPMA C-level project manager, and a certified Green Project Manager level-b, Ewa integrates sustainability principles into all her initiatives, believing in the power of cooperation, networking, and building partnerships to deliver long-term benefits to stakeholders. She effectively creates new teams and products, brings together partners: companies, universities, training companies, and NGOs, and supports them in their professional development, allowing the promotion of sustainability-oriented project management.