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Become a Lecturer  

Motivate and cultivate the next cohort of project managers while significantly influencing the field.  

Become a Volunteer

Contribute meaningfully to project management while gaining valuable experience.

Share Your Expertise, Shape the Future 

IPM is dedicated to offering the best education, certification, and membership services for project management professionals worldwide. We rely on the expertise of seasoned professionals like you to accomplish this objective. In your role as an IPM lecturer, you will be presented with the chance to motivate and empower the upcoming cohort of project managers. This will bolster your professional standing and elevate your prominence within the industry.

Our educational programmes are meticulously crafted to equip individuals and organisations with the essential knowledge, skills, and tools required to excel in project management. We are in search of passionate and dedicated professionals who can join us in fulfilling this mission.

Contribute for a Greater Impact

Effective project management empowers organisations to adapt to change, drive innovation, and maintain competitiveness in an ever-evolving business landscape, thereby fostering economic growth and progress. Since 1989, the Institute of Project Management (IPM) has been offering education, certification, and membership services to aid individuals and teams in excelling within this field.

Volunteering with IPM presents an excellent opportunity to engage and give back to the project management profession. Our volunteers stem from diverse backgrounds, each bringing a wide array of skills and expertise. We enthusiastically welcome dedicated volunteers who share our mission and are eager to contribute their time and talents to help us achieve our objectives.

If you are interested in joining as a lecturer or volunteer at IPM, we invite you to submit your application today. We are looking forward to receiving your application and are enthusiastic about the prospect of having you join our esteemed faculty member.

Benefits of Lecturing

Lecturing at IPM is a great way to boost your reputation, develop your skills, and achieve your career goals. Here are some of the reasons why you should consider applying to become a lecturer:

  • Share your knowledge and skills
  • Enhance your abilities in leadership and communication
  • Make a meaningful impact on your field
  • Be a catalyst for positive transformations
  • Craft your unique identity and boost your standing
  • Become part of a network of influential professionals

Gains from Volunteering

Volunteering with IPM can be a rewarding experience for both the individual and the project management community. Here are some of the benefits that volunteers can expect:

  • Gain valuable experience to develop your skills
  • Broaden your network
  • Make meaningful contributions to the community
  • Expand your resume
  • Advance your professional development
  • Access a range of exclusive resources
  • Access to exclusive resources


Qualifications / Requirements

We value practical knowledge and real-world experience, and learning from experts who have “been there, done that” is highly beneficial for our students. We have established the following requirements to join our faculty team to guarantee that we deliver the highest quality project management education we can:

  • Third-level qualification in project management or a related field
  • Relevant work experience in the field of project management, preferably in a management or leadership capacity
  • Recognised project management certification
  • Good communication abilities

Opportunities to Volunteer

  • Support for events: Participate in the organisation and planning of our numerous occasions, including conferences, workshops, and networking gatherings.
  • Mentoring: You can impart your knowledge and advise aspirant project managers by acting as a mentor.
  • Development of the curriculum: Work with our education team to create and enhance our learning resources and course materials.
  • Marketing and communications: By helping with our marketing and communications initiatives, you can raise awareness of the Institute of Project Management and our mission.
  • Research: To support our educational programmes, carry out research, analysis, and writing on project management trends and best practices.
  • Serving on our board of directors or one of our committees will help direct the organisation's direction and ensure that we carry out our mission.
  • Participate in our social media accounts to keep our followers interested and up-to-date on our programmes and events.
  • Translation: To make our educational materials and resources more accessible to a larger audience, translate them into various languages.
  • Ad hoc projects and initiatives: As needed, lend a hand with special projects.

Application Process

We go to great lengths to ensure we only choose the most capable and devoted individuals to join our team. The steps in the application process are as follows:

Application Submission
  • Fill out the online Lecturing Application Form.
  • Include details about your educational background, professional experience, significant projects you have managed, pertinent certifications, research and publications, and teaching philosophy in your comprehensive CV and Cover Letter, which you should upload.
  • Our selection committee will examine your application after we receive it to see if you meet IPM’s requirements.
  • If you are chosen to continue, we will get in touch with you to arrange an audition or interview.
Interview or Presentation
  • You will have the chance to present your teaching abilities and discuss your enthusiasm for project management during the interview or audition.
  • A lesson plan or presentation may be required of you in advance.
Final Decision
  • Our selection committee will ultimately decide whether to extend you an offer to work as a lecturer at IPM after the interview or audition.
  • If chosen, you will be given more details about the procedure’s next steps.

Our goal is to make the application process as simple as we can because we value our volunteers. Please take these easy steps if you’re interested in volunteering with us:

Review our Volunteer Opportunities

Examine the volunteer positions we have open and decide which ones best suit your abilities, preferences, and schedule.

Application Submission
  • Fill out the online application for volunteering.
  • Include your contact information, a brief biography, a list of your volunteer interests, and, if appropriate, a sample of your work in your CV and cover letter.
Attend a Training Session
  • After receiving your application, we will contact you to set up a meeting where you will learn more about our organisation and the available volunteer opportunities.
Complete a Background Check
  • We may require a background check for some volunteer positions to protect our staff and programme participants.
Start Volunteering
  • You can begin volunteering with us after completing the orientation and any necessary background checks.
  • We will give you any necessary training and support to ensure you are comfortable and confident in your role.

Become a Lecturer  

We encourage you to apply immediately and start the road to a rewarding career as a lecturer at IPM. Embrace project management passion, take a chance to advance your career, and make a difference.

Become a Volunteer

You can improve your abilities, mature as a person, and meaningfully contribute to the project management community by volunteering with IPM. Anyone interested is encouraged to get involved and enjoy the many advantages of volunteering.