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Thailand government plans to speed up the implementation of eight projects under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program. The projects are worth upwards of 347 billion Thai baht and the plan is to shorten the overall duration of the projects from twenty-two months to nine months only. The projects include:
- MRTA Pink Line
- MRTA Yellow Line
- MRTA Blue Line (Bang Sue-Tha Phra)
- Bang Pa-in-Nakhon Ratchasima motorway
- Bang Yai-Kanchanaburi motorway
- Garbage Disposal Plant in Nonthaburi
- Garbage Facilities in Nahkon Ratchasima
- Marine Commerce Center
Project Managers in Thailand are beginning to recognize the value of obtaining a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. If you are a Project Manager, Project Coordinator, or engineer and are considering to earn your PMP certification, here are Top Five Reasons to Be PMP Certified.
1. Get a world-renowned Project Management Organization to endorse your Skills and experience
PMI (Project Management Institute) is a renowned non-profit organization established more than 40 years ago, which focuses on the publication of project management standards including the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) – a leading standard dealing with Project Management. Getting a PMP certification through PMI and having them endorse you as a successful Project Manager with more than 3 years experience adds a significant weight to your professional profile.