Everyone who earns a PMI certification (with the exception of the CAPM® certification) must actively maintain their certification(s) through participation in the CCR Program and renewal of their certification(s) every 3 years.

Join this online workshop to learn about Professional Development Units and how it applies to your PMI Certification.

Workshop Features:

  • The PMI Talent Triangle
  • Understanding The Continuing Certification Requirements System
  • 10 Ways You Can Get PDUs
  • What To Do If Your PDU Claim Is Audited
  • Discussion Forum

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This Advanced Topics in Project 2016 class covers the advanced features of the application, including emphasis on customization of the application itself.

Learning Goals
  • Learn to manage time and resources.
  • Learn to modify the display.
  • Learn to chart data.
  • Learn to use recurring tasks.
  • Learn to use templates.
  • Learn to customize Project reports, tables, filters, and the ribbon.
  • Learn to use macros in Project.
Training Outline
  • Module 1: Managing the Project
  • Module 2: Special Features and Advanced Analysis
  • Module 3: Templates
  • Module 4: Customizing MS Project
  • Module 4: Macros Overview

Course Prerequisites
  • Advanced-level experience in Microsoft Project.


This Intermediate Microsoft Project class takes an in-depth approach to key features including task entry and linking, resource and resource management, and examining and updating projects. You will learn to efficiently manage projects, create master projects and sub-projects, create and customize visual reports, work with resource pools, and learn about costing.

Learning Goals
  • Learn to work with the advanced formatting features of the Gantt chart and network diagrams.
  • Learn to create master projects and subprojects.
  • Learn to create customized project reports.
  • Learn to work with resource pools.
  • Learn about costing.
Training Outline
  • Module 1: Starting a Project from an Existing Project, Excel Workbook, or SharePoint Task List
  • Module 2: Advanced Methods for Managing Tasks and Resources
  • Module 3: Managing the Project with Advanced Techniques
  • Module 4: Formatting and Customizing Views
  • Module 5: Reporting
  • Module 6: Working with Templates

Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Microsoft Project skills including high comfort level navigating the program.


In this Introduction to Microsoft Project class, students will spend time getting comfortable with the Project user interface, including project views and the ribbon. They will also learn to enter, organize, and link tasks, work with resources, create basic reports, and create projects independently. The course allows time to practice fundamental basic skills essential for efficient use of this program.

Learning Goals
  • After completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Learn to create and manage simple projects.
  • Learn to enter and manage tasks.
  • Learn to work with a project calendar.
  • Learn to add and manage project resources and work with the resource sheet.
  • Learn to create basic reports for your project.
Training Outline
  • Module 1: Components of a Project
  • Module 2: Getting Around Microsoft Project
  • Module 3: Calendars
  • Module 4: Working with Tasks
  • Module 5: Creating and Working with Resources
  • Module 6: Managing a Project

Course Prerequisites
  • Basic computer knowledge and Microsoft applications like Microsoft Word 


How well do you know the Project Scope Management?

Take part in this interactive game and learn about the processes within Scope Management.

Scope Management is one of the 10 Knowledge Areas in Project Management and successful management of this area is very crucial in determining the success of your project.
There are 6 processes within Scope Management and this exercise will test your knowledge on how to arrange them under the 5 process groups and also look at the Inputs, Tools & Techniques and Outputs of each process.


·         Interactive and responsive exercise

·         Review of your answer

·         Discussion Forum

·         Unlimited tries


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Project management is an essential skill-set for many careers and in many contexts in our lives. Introduction to Project Management is an ideal starting point if you need to manage projects at work or at home, while not necessarily being a formally trained project manager. It is also suitable if you are considering undertaking a project in the near future and are seeking to learn and apply essential project management knowledge and skills.




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Everyone who earns a PMI certification (with the exception of the CAPM® certification) must actively maintain their certification(s) through participation in the CCR Program and renewal of their certification(s) every 3 years. This ongoing educational and professional development measure ensures that certification holders remain relevant and are always prepared to meet the demands of today’s complex business environment.

In this package you will learn how to get over 300 Professional Development Units applicable to any of the PMI certification. You will be given access to several online courses, resources, and webinars you can participate for FREE at your own convenience and learn relevant skills in line with the PMI Talent Triangle. 

Register NOW and you will not need to pay for PDUs ever again. 

Courses cover several areas including:

  • Project program portfolio management
  • Business analysis
  • Quality management
  • Requirement Management
  • Business Outsourcing
  • Agile Project Management
  • Change Management
  • Industry specific tools, tips and strategies 
  • Key webinars from practicing professionals

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