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PMI Professional Development

Systemation is a Charter Member Registered Education Provider, participating in the Project Management Institute’s Professional Development Program.

The PMP® Professional Development Program (PDP) supports the ongoing professional development of Project Management Professionals (PMPs) and the maintenance of PMP® certification. PMPs must accrue a minimum of sixty (60) Professional Development Units (PDUs) every three years.

PDUs may be earned by attending designated Systemation workshops, listed below. PMPs can submit a form (86kb PDF) to PMI to receive credit for taking a workshop.

 

Course Name

Activity Number

PDUs Earned

Advanced Business Analysis

SYS9150 21
Advanced Microsoft® Project 2007

SYS9120

16

Advanced Project Leadership

SYS4081

20

Advanced Project Management

SYS7000

24

Bringing Business Solutions to Life

SYS9080

14

Business Analysis Boot Camp

SYS9400

35

Business Analysis for Non Business Analysts

SYS9410

14

Business Analysis Overview

SYS9300

7

Business Analysis Simulation

SYS9350

14

CBAP® Exam Preparation

SYS9430

16

Change Management for Projects

SYS7160

16

Creating High Performance Project Teams

SYS4000

16

Estimating and Risk Management

SYS5000

16

Estimating for Business Analysts

SYS9420

7

Fast Start® in Agile Development

SYS0100

21

Fast Start® in Business Analysis

SYS9011

24

Fast Start® in Project Management

SYS1000

24

Getting Project Results Through Contract Resources

SYS4091

16

Going Agile

SYS0120

14

Got Projects?

SYS0200

14

Making Projects Work

SYS3000

16

Managing Project Crisis

SYS4082

16

Mastering the Requirements Process

SYS9100

21

Maximizing Project Success Through People

SYS4500

14

Microsoft® Project 2007

SYS1020

14

Microsoft® Project 2010

SYS1030

16

PMP® Exam Preparation

SYS9001

14

Program Management

SYS7131

14

Program and Portfolio Management

SYS7130

14

Project Management Executive Overview

SYS0500

4

Project Management for Information Systems

SYS2000

24

Project Management for Team Members

SYS9090

16

Project Management Overview

SYS0600

7

Project Management Simulation

SYS6100

16

Quality for Project Managers

SYS8400

16

Risk Management for Project Managers

SYS7140

14

Survival Skills for Analysts

SYS9020

16

Thriving on Conflict

SYS4050

16

Virtual Teams

SYS7150

14

 

What is a PDU?
The PDU is the measuring unit used to quantify approved learning and professional service activities. Typically, one PDU is earned for every one hour spent in a planned, structured learning experience or activity. Fractions of PDUs may be reported in 0.25 increments following one full hour.

How Are Professional Development Program Activities Reported?
PMPs are responsible for reporting their activities as they occur. They should make copies of the PMP® Professional Development Activities Reporting Form (available here in Adobe Acrobat PDF format), enter the required information, and fax or mail the completed form (only the form) to PMI/PDP Records Office. PMPs may also view their transcripts and report activities electronically via the PMI website. Systemation’s Registered Education Provider (REP) Number is 1018, which may be needed for reporting purposes.

 

PMP is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

SYS9080
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