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Well, I think you can but not sure. Email PMI and they will give you the bottom line answer.
You can claim PDUs for all episodes that you listen to. This is explained in the "PDU Category and Structure" document at https://pmi.org.in/PMPRenewalGuidelines/downloads/pdu.policy.pdf under Category C:
As long as the training is about project management and from a knowledgeable resource PDUs can be claimed.
Maybe you can do it like it is described here  for another podcast. This is the way how you can claim PDU's directly in CCRS system.
Under Digital Media/Webinar.
If you navigate from your dashboard to the report PDU section, there's a category for Digital Media/Webinar which includes podcasts.
Under the 'Ways to Earn PDU's' section in the CCR Handbook.
Digital Transformation - 22 Min
Creativity - 21 Min
Agile Ways - 37 Min
Communication -22 Min
Career Development - 32 Min
Online or Digital Media
Self-paced learning conducted online or through varied forms of digital media
Technology allows you to customize learning and educational opportunities to your schedule and
needs. Many educational webinars, videos and other types of digital content are available online and
on demand. Look into the opportunities that are available through these resources.
? PMI Online Courses
? PMI Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.s)
? 1 hour of learning equals 1 PDU
? Qualifying activities must be relevant to PMI Talent Triangle skill area topics, meet a specified
purpose, and use knowledgeable resources
Documentation required for audit: Evidence supporting your reported learning, including notes from
and dates of activities conducted.
Note: PDUs will be reported automatically if the projectmanagement.com account is linked to the
PMI.org account containing the certification/credential.
Whoops. Didn’t get that from your question. It’s going to be your best professional guess, unless they specify it in the show. But by the nature of the podcast, I’d say most are leadership or strategic.
Yes I agree, this has to be your best professional judgement where to allocate the hours.
Thanks guys .. you made my life easier.
Shouldn't PMI just publish the PDU's assigned to the podcast in the same way as PDU's are attached to webinars here? That was there doesn't have to be any guessing, and surely it would save them a bunch of admin time assessing each person's "guess" on where they mapped the podcast to the talent triangle?
^ that’s phase 2.
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