Archives - May 2012

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May

Cordelta Dives into Fundraising for MS Australia’s 24 Hour Mega Swim

The Cordelta Crocs, a group of 10 Deltoids and friends, swam for 24 hours straight for MS Australia’s Mega Swim at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. Along with 26 other teams, more than $130,000 was raised for MS Australia’s ‘Go for Gold’ Scholarship program. ‘Go for Gold’ scholarships are awarded to people living with Multiple Sclerosis achieve their dreams in a broad range of categories including education, travel, sport, music, the arts and employment. Natalie McInerney was team captain of the Crocs. “This is the second year Cordelta has participated in the Mega Swim event. My father has the disease so this is something close to my heart, …

8
May

Cordelta Joins the Australian Institute of Project Management

Canberra consulting firm Cordelta recently strengthened its commitment to provide quality, professional project management services. The Canberra company has become a member of  Australia’s peak project management body, the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). This is a strategic step for the rapidly growing firm in building its internal project  management practice and in providing contemporary, accredited project management professionals to its clients. Cordelta project management practice lead Boyd McCarron said membership to AIPM was yet another step in the right direction. “AIPM membership allows us to incorporate industry standards through AIPM’s competency standards and certification framework,” he said. “Professional certification is a defining element of quality in our practice …

5
May

Cordelta Partners with YGAP and the 5cent Campaign

Cordelta has committed to turn what many consider worthless into lasting change for disadvantaged communities. The Canberra company is proud to announce its recent partnership with not-for-profit organisation YGAP and the 5cent Campaign. Throughout May, YGAP aims to collect one million five cent pieces to create better living conditions for impoverished communities in Australia and abroad. Cordelta staff, clients and partners have already started collecting five cent pieces. In just a few weeks the company has raised nearly $500 in change. Cordelta has also pledged to donate five cents for every billable hour of work recorded by its staff during May. “We live in the community and believe that everything …