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In my view, max 8 PDU's set for Work as Practisioner should be increased to atleast 20 and it should be made mandatory i.e. include as within talent triangle ---- change to talent quadrangle.
The field of PM is so vast, I am reluctant to believe trying to cover a wide range like this (forceful in a way) has a positive impact on the majority to the point where it is worth the time and effort...
Thanks a lot Markus !!
Good proposal. I think everything is available in CCR's handbook. There is a mx. of PDU's as practitioner!!
I have taken a snap from the CCR Handbook updated to October 2017 from http://www.pmi.org/-/media/pmi/documents/p...ts-handbook.pdf
It says that we can only apply for Work as a Practitioner ONCE PER CYCLE. Does it mean that we have to ask for 8 PDU in one unique shot?
Work as a Practitioner
Working in your certified role
Each day, your work in a domain area related to your certification(s) allows you to apply your
knowledge and skills in a practical setting. Using these competencies actively contributes to
sustaining and growing the profession.
? This activity has a maximum number of PDUs that can be claimed per cycle:
o PMP, PgMP, PfMP, PMI-PBA – no more than 8 PDUs claimed per cycle
o PMI-ACP, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP – no more than 4 PDUs claimed per cycle
? You can claim Working as Professional PDUs once per certification cycle.
? The PDUs claimed in this category count against the maximum PDUs allowed in the “Giving
Back to the Profession” category
? These PDUs only apply to your current cycle and cannot be transferred.
Documentation required for audit: Proof of employment (job description)
Always return to the CCR Handbook for these questions. Be sure to pull the most current copy from the PMI website as the rules do change. With that, the cut-and-paste posts here have been helpful and answered most of the questions. It's the subtleties where we are good and swarming and resolving a specific situation to the best of our ability. Ultimately, PM decides so a phone call to them might be your last and best resource.
Exactly what I needed to know.
It would probably be worthwhile for the PMI staff to update the guidance a bit to make this clearer.
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