Australia's Premier Project Management Conference / 20-22 May 2018 / Crown / Melbourne




Dress to impress and add a splash of colour for this year’s Awards Gala Dinner! The dinner will take place at the Sheraton on the Park, on Monday 29th May, with pre-dinner drinks starting from 6.30pm
After a scrumptious 3-course dinner and honouring this year’s Award winners, there will be not just one, but two DJ’s mixing the best tunes.



Great work, great people, great organisations deserve recognition. If you think you are one of them or know someone who is, then we want to hear from you.

Promote your project involvement, the project or your team and/or organisation. Share your successful experience with us.

Why nominate?

  • to provide recognition of project teams and project managers
  • to promote the value of project management as an essential business process and skill
  • to attract publicity and recognition to your organisation
  • to provide encouragement for others to do more, excel and be recognised
  • to increase employee engagement
  • to benefit from the prestige of receiving a national award in the field of project management

Check out what past winners, finalists and nominators have to say about the PMI Australia Awards.

How to nominate

Each award category has its own page outlining the individual award requirements.
Once you are ready to submit you can either use the Google Form at the bottom of each award page OR download and fill in the nomination form (also at the bottom of each page) to then send to


Nomination Deadline 18 April 2017

Submit your nominations on the applicable awards page.

Finalists notified by Monday 8 May 2017

All finalists will be notified by phone or in writing.

Winner Announcement 29 May 2017

The winner for each category will be announced at the PMI Australia Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner on Monday 29 May 2017.

Project of the Year

The Project of the Year Award recognizes small and large project that best delivers:
Superior performance of project management practices.
Superior organizational results.
Positive impacts on society.

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Young Project Manager of the Year

The Young Project Manager of the Year Award is presented to recognise an individual under 30 years of age on the 01 January 2017.
Has exemplified superior performance and outstanding project management methods, skills and important contributions in business, industry, government, and community or not-for-profit environments.

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Project Professional of the Year

The individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the development and advancement of the project management profession and contributions to the PMI completed in the previous calendar year, such as:
Significant contribution(s) brought recognition to PMI as an Australian leader in project management.
Contribution(s) to the profession expanded and advanced project management knowledge, use, and application.

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PMO of the Year

The PMO of the Year Award honours a PMO that has:
Demonstrated superior organizational project management abilities by adding value to its organization through its support of successful strategic initiatives.
Established a vision for value delivery and has had a positive and clear impact on business results.

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Distinguished Contribution to PMI

The nominated individual must have made outstanding contribution to the development and advancement of the project management profession and contributions to the Project Management Institute (PMI) and be able to demonstrate “How has he or she levelled up and lifted the game of success?”.

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Continuing Professional Education Provider of the Year

The Continuing Professional Education Provider of the Year Award recognizes and honours:
Exceptional skills in the development and delivery of a professional development program in project, program, or portfolio management

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