PM Sunday School showing fantastic results and moving forward
News Article -- March 30, 2015
PM Sunday School initiative and its continuous development proved that projects as this bring the value both to students and lecturers.
The first Sunday School iteration was launched in March, 2014 and has immediately attracted a lot of attention. This lead to a decision to continue this program focusing on more experienced candidates and providing more specified training helping participants to improve their project management skills.
On 21 March, 2015 the 3rd Sunday School iteration was successfully started with 15 selected candidates joining the project. All participants have accepted an offer and agreed to spend 7 Saturdays improving their knowledge and skills by attending Sunday School.
This year the initiative team has extended the limits and due to the great success of the initial Sunday School, the two additional training modules were launched:
- IT Infrastructure Sunday School (launched on 14 March, 2015) – internal training, designed for CSC Project Managers who have no IT background and are willing to improve their knowledge in this area.
- Teachers’ Academy (launched on 28 March, 2015) – external training for University lectors aiming to establish and maintain appropriate learning and development support structure which would help in spreading world-class Project and Program Management knowledge to the students.
Sunday School team members are proud to share some impressing numbers. During the first half of the year in all 3 Sunday School programs we will have:
- 32 students;
- 18 full-day training sessions;
- 24 CSC lectors;
- more than 200 feedbacks received from Sunday School students.
Challenging initiative, ambitious plans and incredible accomplishments – these are the key success factors motivating the team to continue and move Sunday School initiative forward. Follow CSC Baltic news for future Sunday School initiatives.