US’ AAPM awards Master Project Manager certification in Colombo

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Special guest Asian Aviation Centre Chairman and renowned film-maker Chandran Rutnam with some of the recipients (from right): Kindernothilfe Country Coordinator T.A.S. Vimalan, Noolaham Foundation Chief Operating Officer Gajani Satchithanandan, Centre for Children’s Happiness Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Pavithra Ganeshan,  London Business School Group Accountant Hatangalage Thushara Darshan, Adinnovations CEO Suresh Rasaratnam, Chandran Rutnam, Aquarius Resort and Asian-German Sports Exchange Programme Founder Dr. Dietmar Doering, Marine Group of Companies Chairman Dushmantha Karannagoda, Asian Aviation Centre Managing Director Nihara Jayatilleke, High Link Web Solution Proprietor Kugananthan Kanagaratnam, National Chamber of Exporters of Sri Lanka Secretary General/CEO M. Shiham Marikar and Selvasingam Consultants Partner and AAPM Country Representative Rajkumar Kanagasingam



A function was held to award the Master Project Manager certification of the American Academy of Project Management (AAPM), which is based in Colorado Springs, USA, at The Kingsbury Hotel, Colombo recently.
AAPM - Sri Lanka Chapter was formed at the occasion and the chapter will play a consultative role to build the first-ever marinas in Sri Lanka, an initiative by Dr. Dietmar Doering. The Institute for International Exchange and Strategic Studies collaborated to promote the event.

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