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My Journey in Project Management and Training




Hello everyone, and welcome back to my blog! Today, I want to share with you a significant chapter of my journey as a self-employed project manager, focusing on the importance of taking on responsibility, being a role model, and continuously investing in personal and professional development.


Last year, I completed the NOCN Level 7 Project Management course, a milestone that marked a significant step forward in my career. However, my commitment to growth and excellence didn't stop there. I firmly believe that to excel in any field, one must continuously seek new knowledge and skills. With this mindset, I recently embarked on a new training endeavour by pursuing the IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) certification.


Taking on the Responsibility of Training: Transitioning into a self-employed project manager comes with a heightened sense of responsibility. Not only am I accountable for the success of my projects, but I also recognise the importance of setting a positive example for my team and peers. Training plays a pivotal role in this process. By investing in my own development, I not only enhance my capabilities but also inspire those around me to prioritise continuous learning.


The decision to pursue the IOSH qualification was driven by a desire to broaden my expertise and ensure the highest standards of safety and risk management in my projects. As a project manager, I understand the profound impact that effective health and safety practices can have on project outcomes. By undergoing IOSH training, I aim to integrate best practices into my project management approach, fostering a culture of safety and well-being within my professional sphere.


Being a Good Role Model: Beyond the technical aspects of project management, I aspire to embody the qualities of a good leader and role model. Taking responsibility for training is not solely about personal gain; it's about demonstrating a commitment to excellence and continuous improvement. I want to encourage others in my field to embrace a proactive approach to learning and development, thereby elevating industry standards collectively.


For me, being a role model involves more than just achieving professional success—it entails leading with integrity, empathy, and a genuine passion for growth. By sharing my experiences and insights through platforms like this blog, I hope to inspire fellow project managers and aspiring professionals to embrace responsibility and pursue their aspirations relentlessly.


Moving Forward: As I continue my journey in project management, I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead. The combination of my NOCN Level 7 certification and the IOSH qualification positions me to navigate complex projects with confidence and competence. More importantly, it underscores my unwavering commitment to fostering a culture of excellence and safety within the project management community.


To all my readers and fellow learners, I encourage you to embrace responsibility, invest in your development, and strive to be a positive influence in your respective fields. Together, let's embark on this journey of growth and transformation.


Thank you for joining me on this reflective blog post. I look forward to sharing more insights and experiences with you soon.


Until next time, keep aspiring and achieving!

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