PMIEF x F1 in Schools: Empowering the Next Generation Through Project Management
Project management may not leap to your mind when you think of the action-packed world of F1, but its application is crucial to ensuring teams stay on task, deliver on time, and work within those all-important cost caps. And The PMI Educational Foundation is proud to partner with F1 in Schools, an international STEM competition for school-aged children, to help students learn and understand the impact project management has in the motorsport industry, and beyond.
Since 2019, the Foundation has worked with F1 in Schools to embed project management into its curriculum, ensuring students are taught the principles of the discipline, before putting into practice across their project, and showcasing their learnings and workings at competitions.
Listen in as Anabelle Denford, Project Director for F1 in Schools, shares:
• How F1 in Schools enables students to thrive in STEM environments through its competitions.
• How the PMIEF and F1 in Schools partnership has benefited the lives of youths through teaching project management.
• The next steps F1 in Schools is taking to support and expand the learning of project management, and how you can help.
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Acknowledgements: Heather McLarnon