Do you hold a certification with Project Management Institute, Scrum Alliance, or Society for HR Management? If the answer is yes, then you can receive the following credits by attending International Project Management Day to maintain your respective certification. Please click on each credit below for more information on what they are and how to claim them.
Professional Development Units (PDUs) are one-hour blocks of time that you spend learning, teaching others, or volunteering. By accumulating and tracking these over a three-year period you can maintain your certification status with PMI.
View how you can earn PDUs and how to align them to the PMI Talent Triangle®.
PMI® certifications have different requirements for the number of PDUs for maintenance. However, all have a three-year renewal cycle.
PMI® certifications have different requirements for the number of PDUs needed for maintenance. However, all have a three-year renewal cycle. Learn more about the breakdown and requirements by certification with PMI ® here.
To report PDUs to PMI®, perform the following steps:
Scrum Education Units (SEUs) are one-hour blocks of time that you spend continuing your Scrum education. This could be time spent reading articles, volunteering, attending events, and taking courses. Each hour equals one SEU. By accumulating and tracking these over a two-year period you can maintain your certification with Scrum Alliance.
Scrum Alliance certifications have different requirements for the number of SEUs needed for maintenance. However, all have a two-year renewal cycle. Find more information about requirements and how to claim SEUs with Scrum Alliance here.
You will need to report your SEUs directly with Scrum Alliance through your Scrum Alliance Dashboard. You will need the following information:
The provider name for all activities is International Institute for Learning, Inc. (IIL).
The Claim Code, duration, and PDU details for each keynote, presentation, and course are shown below.
**these PDUs can be subject to slight adjustments once presentations are finalized.
For more information on categories and details about claiming SEUs, please visit the Scrum Alliance website here.
If you have questions about claiming SEUs, please contact Scrum Alliance directly by visiting the SEU support page here.
Professional Development Credits (PDCs) are credits that Society for HR Management (SHRM) Certification holders can use to maintain their certifications. SHRM recertification is required every three years.
Find out more about qualifying PDC activities with SHRM here.
Follow SHRM’s step-by-step guide on how to claim PDCs here.