Monthly Archives: May 2013

PowerServe Completed Project Management Training

blueVisions and the Institute of Management (IM) deliver project management training to PowerServe. After successfully facilitating an application for funding to the Australian Government National Workforce Development Fund, IM delivered training to another group of PowerServe employees for the Diploma of Project Management. Feedback from the staff has been extremely positive with this group of employees swelling the ranks of PowerServe’s people holding this much sought after qualification.

PowerServe is a privately owned company established over 25 years ago in the Hunter Valley and is currently the largest accredited service provider for electrical power systems and infrastructure in New South Wales. It is one of Australia’s leading electrical power systems and cabling infrastructure providers. With eight offices nationally, it provides a range of services including the design and construction of substations and switchyards, overhead and underground power reticulation, electricity network connections, engineering and turnkey communication solutions.

Assisting FLSmidth with Government Funding

blueVisions and the Institute of Management assisted FLSmidth with government funding. IM successfully facilitated a funding application to the National Workforce Development Fund for FLSmidth to train staff across Australia in project and frontline management. This is the second successful application the company has made in the past two years.

With more than 15,000 employees and local presence in over 50 countries, FLSmidth is a leading engineering company listed on NASDAQ OMX Exchange Copenhagen. FLSmidth is a leading supplier of equipment and services to the global cement and minerals industries, supplying everything from single machinery to complete cement plants and minerals processing facilities including services before, during and after construction.

Defence Materiel Organisation Completed Project Management Training

blueVisions (bV) and the Institute of Management (IM) delivered project management training to Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO), part of the Australian Department of Defence. DMO buys and maintains equipment for the Australian Defence Force. bV and IM provided a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) Diploma of Project Management course leading to the award of recognised qualification from the BSB training package. The course was delivered in a format and timeframe that met adult learning principles and the availability of trainees. Also provided was a COTS course covering the Fundamentals of Project Management but not leading to a qualification.