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Archive for December, 2016

January 2017 Dinner Mixer:
Leadership in Construction: Filling the Skills Gap

by secretary - December 31, 2016 | No Comments

Leadership in Construction: Filling the Skills Gap

Greg will touch on the current skills gap in the construction industry at all levels which is felt most prominently in project management. He will speak to how we can fill this gap, on the leadership and  values it takes to excel in the construction industry and what the future holds for British Columbia.


Please Note: This event is a standing cocktail mixer. Guests will not be seated for dinner but enough food will be served to satiate even the largest of appetites. Come prepared to meet and mingle with Vancouver Island’s project management community and listen to an engaging speaker – all while earning PDUs!

To help us better plan for the event, please register early. All tickets at the door are $50.00.

Enter using the door off Humboldt St.

Parking is available on street or in the Broughton St. Parkade. Please do not park in the Union Club parking lot as this is reserved for Union Club members.


Speaker Bio:

Greg-BayntonGreg Baynton has been the CEO of the Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA) since 2006. He is a native Victorian, a tradesman, business owner, and was a member of VICA for nearly 30 years prior to becoming CEO. He brings a diverse background and experience owning and operating trade and general contracting firms on the island and the mainland. During this time his firms were active members of BC and US based industry associations. In 1999, Greg was the recipient of the Northwest Wall and Ceiling Bureau’s coveted Industry Person of the Year Award. Greg’s experience and reputation in the BC construction community is an asset in serving the 500 members of VICA and the construction community on Vancouver Island.


Please register online ».

Call for Volunteer: Corporate Sponsorship Developer for 2017 PD Conference

by secretary - December 9, 2016 | No Comments

Corporate Sponsorship Developer

The PMI-VI Professional Development Conference will be an engaging 2 day event (May 4 – 5, 2017) with up to 7 exceptional speakers from Canada, and around the world.

Position:  PD Conference Corporate Sponsorship Developer

We are looking for a volunteer to develop relationships with corporate sponsors for the PD Conference.

Aligning with the Chapter is an excellent opportunity for organizations who want to demonstrate their commitment to the project management profession and connect with the project management community on Vancouver Island. The Corporate Sponsorship Developer volunteer will be asked to reach out to organizations to offer the benefits and opportunities associated with sponsoring the PMI-VI 2017 PD Conference.

Required from you

We are looking for a Corporate Sponsorship Developer who is willing to commit to the following:

  • available between Dec 20, 2016 – February 28, 2017
  • 1-2 hours per week to contact or follow-up with potential sponsors, possibly 2-4 hours per week during peak times
  • a friendly demeanour
  • organizational skills

PD Conference Volunteer Benefits to you

  • You will contribute to the success of a Professional Development Conference, an exciting learning opportunity for Project Management practitioners.
  • You will be working along with some of the Chapter’s Board to promote a world-class experience to members and non-members alike.
  • You will earn 1 PDU per hour of volunteer time (up to the PMI maximum under Giving Back to the Profession category).


If you are interested in volunteering, please send a brief introduction letter to by 12:00 pm December 16, 2016. Please indicate your qualifications as per the listed requirements.

The selected candidates will be informed on or before December 19, 2016.

Mentorship Program 2017: Applications now being accepted

by secretary - December 8, 2016 | No Comments

The annual Mentorship Program is now open to applicants for the 2017 year.

This is an incredible opportunity for PMI-VI members to learn from each other and give back to our community.  Results from previous years have been fruitful for both Mentors and Protégés.  If you are interested in being either a protégé or mentor, refer to the mentorship section of the PMI-VI website.

Applications are due Thursday, January 12, 2017; you can send both the completed form and questions to the Mentorship Coordinator at