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I do a lot of mentoring free of charge, but I do not issue any 35 contact hours certs.
You need a training company to be registered and recognized by PMI, and you operate under that umbrella.
Amir you need to be registered as REP with PMI only registered education provider can provide accepted hours required for the exam or maintain PDU
But to teach others for PMP exam with out providing hours to train you really don't have to be PMP. YES AMIR You heard me right
You can train new practitioners and candidates and they can still submit the contact hours for this training but it is up to PMI whether they will approve those hours or not. If you are an REP then your hors will be approved automatically, thats the only difference.
Let me know if my understading is right
I am a PMP certified and i can be a PMP trainer as there is no specific requirements from PMI.
Is that true?
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