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Assuming the training was through a PMI Registered Education Provider (REP), you should have been given PDU information to enable you to claim it on the PMI CCR site by providing a program code.
If not, then you will need to assess what percentage of the hours spent would fall within the PM domain across the three legs of the Talent Triangle and claim them accordingly. However, there is always the potential for the claim to be challenged in which case you'd need to substantiate the claim.
In your PMI dashboard.
Kiron explained that very well.
In both cases whether it is an REP or not, you might end up audited, it random and when this happens, you need more justification for PDU's claimed from non-REP's.
@Rami, don't get me started in audits ;-)
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