New partners to help build construction expertise in Victoria

The Office of Projects Victoria (OPV) has announced the partners that will help it deliver its Australian Major Projects Leadership Academy (AMPLA) program.

McKinsey & Company and the Stanford Centre for Professional Development have been appointed to deliver the 12-month program, which is designed to enhance the capacity of public sector leaders engaged in the delivery of Victoria’s record $144 billion pipeline of infrastructure projects.

Victoria established AMPLA in 2019 and the program is now one in which authorities from other jurisdictions seek to enrol their engineers and project managers. It gives project managers an opportunity to work with some of the world’s leading academics and practitioners to further enhance their skills in major project leadership,

Participants are provided specific work-related tools and undertake real-time learning by identifying and completing a workplace project over the course of the program.

Office of Projects Victoria CEO Cressida Wall said:

“This world-class upskilling initiative will ensure that our key decision makers are on top of their game with enhanced skillsets that are critical when delivering a multi-billion dollar infrastructure pipeline of projects.”

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