Project Management Institute of New Zealand
The New Zealand Chapter of PMI (PMINZ) was formed in 1993. It is a non-profit organisation chartered by PMI®.
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PMINZ’s main purpose is advancing the practice, science, and profession of project management in a conscious and proactive manner.
- To serve as New Zealand’s national project management association.
- To foster professionalism in the management of projects.
- To contribute to the quality and scope of project management.
- To stimulate appropriate application of project management for the benefit of the public.
- To provide a recognised forum for the free exchange of ideas, applications, and solutions to project management issues among members, and others interested and involved in project management.
- To identify and promote the fundamentals of project management and advance the body of knowledge for managing projects successfully.
- To collaborate with, and provide guidance to universities, other educational institutions and corporate entities on appropriate education, career and professional development at all levels of project management.
- To provide a guiding influence in academic and industrial research in the field of project management.
- To advise other associations and organisations on matters related to project management.
- To support the formation and development of local branches and specific interest groups.
- To seek and foster domestic and international cooperation and contacts with other organisations, both public and private, which relate to project management and to collaborate in matters of common interest and benefit.
- To identify, develop, foster and maintain professional practices, ethical and accreditation standards and principles.
The New Zealand Chapter of PMI (PMINZ) is made up of eleven branches. Each branch is governed by the PMINZ constitution and carries out its business complying with PMINZ’s policies and procedures. Branches provide core services to members such as networking, professional development opportunities, and educational support.
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Branches require a team of dedicated volunteers to manage operational and administrative tasks. If you are interested in volunteering for your local branch please complete the volunteer application.
The New Zealand Chapter of PMI (PMINZ) has around 1600 members.
To be a member of PMINZ, you must first become a member of PMI®. Join PMINZ.
PMINZ has three types of memberships:
- General members
- Student members (registered in an accredited educational institution on a full-time basis).
- Retiree members – PMI Members, who have been in good standing for five consecutive years, and are retired from active employment.