How to Approach PM Training for Diverse Audiences

Top considerations when developing PM training for a diverse audience


In this program we will share with you how we trained a diverse audience in Project Management - multiple nationalities, education levels, ages and gender - and achieved effective skills transfer and engagement. This will include what we did in design, delivery and post delivery support and mentoring and of course, the important lessons we learnt along the way.


  • Top considerations before developing project management training for a diverse audience
  • The importance of, and how to be agile in training delivery
  • Strategies to create engagement and ‘safety’ in the training room
  • Simple ways to create organisational support post training delivery – and why they matter
  • The key characteristics of trainers who achieve successful engagement and skills transfer
Members: $40 | Non Members: $80
CPD: 4 Points


Julie Goff Julie has over 25 years experience delivering projects across the full project management life cycle. She also has extensive expertise in developing program and project management methodologies and implementing PMO function within organisations. She is a Chapter Councillor at the Australia Institute of Project Management and currently holds the role of Business Systems Lead with Abt Associates. Julie is passionate about mentoring and developing project management capability in a way that can apply across all levels of staff and functions.
Gabby Button Gabby is an Award Winning Facilitator and leadership Consultant creating and delivering programs designed to address an organisation’s opportunities for change and growth. She has experience and expertise in leadership, management and project management and has been in the training field for over 15 years. During  that time she has trained thousands of staff and management and has an exceptional reputation for delivering engaging and effective training. She is also a CLF (Certified Learning Facilitator) and an advisory board member of the Asia Pacific Institute of Learning and Performance.

Julie Goff

Gabby Button