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How to claim PDUs for "Other Giving Back” in the Share Knowledge area
After I received my PMP. I started sitting down with colleagues mentoring them one-on-one at work, home, etc. I am unsure if I can use that for PDUs and if so, how to record in CCRS system. When I chose the Share Knowledge it asked what organization did I mentor through and etc.

Am I able to claim those hours and what documentation will I have to provide if challenged. Thanks for any help in advance.
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Check with your organization and see if they have a mentoring program. You may be able to claim those hours through registering with your company.
Agree with Kate
You can keep a log with all times and individuals that you mentor. Also keep contact information of those individuals so that they can be contacted to verify.
well my organization do not have a mentoring program but after my PMP certification, I am mentoring few my junior colleagues - can this be claimed as PDU? if yes, what will be the procedure for doing the same? what types of documentation I need to maintain to claim
Under Giving Back section - click 'Share Knowledge' to report PDUs (1 hour = 1 PDU), mention your own organization name and you're good.

Whatever documentation you deem necessary is fine, a presentation deck, an email or even invite calendar should work.

Thanks!
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1 reply by SUBHAJIT SARKAR
Sep 27, 2020 11:45 PM
SUBHAJIT SARKAR
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Thanks Deepak
Sep 27, 2020 5:45 PM
Replying to Deepak Rathee
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Under Giving Back section - click 'Share Knowledge' to report PDUs (1 hour = 1 PDU), mention your own organization name and you're good.

Whatever documentation you deem necessary is fine, a presentation deck, an email or even invite calendar should work.

Thanks!
Thanks Deepak
thank you
Agree with Deepak. The PMI is more flexible as long as your contribution is genuine. Just document time, place, date and file. It can be a project plan, a meeting, a power point presentation, an article you read and it’s summary, all pertaining to project management.

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