Earn PDUs for creating new knowledge for the topic related to your credential area of expertise (project management, project risk management, project scheduling, or program management).
Qualifying activities include:
- Authoring (co-authoring) a project management textbook
- Authoring (co-authoring) a peer- reviewed article
- Authoring (co-authoring) a non-peer- reviewed article
- Authoring (co-authoring) an article for PMI’s knowledge shelf
- Authoring an article for relevant electronic newsletters
- Authoring of article on an official organization, professional, or company blog
- Presenting in a webinar
- Presenting in a podcast
- Creating a course or developing course content for project management
- Serving as a speaker or instructor for project management related courses
- Serving as a moderator of a relevant discussion
- Serving as a subject matter expert for a panel discussion
Both the time required to prepare or create this knowledge and the time to present it can be claimed for PDUs. For example, when serving as a speaker, if a credential holder spent 7.5 hours to create their presentation and 1 hour to deliver it, this would count for 8.5 PDUs.
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