PMI - Project Management Institute - PDU information
ITSM Academy is proud to be a Global Registered Education Provider with the Project Management Institute (PMI®). This credential designates PMI's recognition of ITSM Academy as a high quality provider of project management and related learning solutions.
As a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.), ITSM Academy is committed to enhancing the on-going professional development of PMI Members, PMI-certified Project Management Professionals (PMP®), and other project management stakeholders.
ITSM Academy issues Professional Development Units (PDUs) to Project Management Professionals worldwide. By attending an ITSM Academy course, PMPs qualify to receive PDUs - see ITSM Academy PDU list.
What is ITSM Academy’s R.E.P Number?
Who is the PMI?
Founded in 1969, the PMI is the world’s leading, non-profit association for project management professionals. In 1984, the PMI® introduced PMP (Project Management Professional) certification – the world’s most recognized professional credential for those working in the project management area.
To maintain PMP Certification, PMP's must accrue a minimum of 60 Professional Development Units (PDUs) every three years.
What is a PDU?
A PDU (Professional Development Unit) is the unit of measurement that PMI uses to quantify approved learning and professional service activities. Participants may earn PDUs by completing educational activities that are provided by R.E.P.s. PMPs have to obtain 60 PDUs every three (3) years to maintain their designation. One PDU is equal to one hour of structured learning. Fractions of PDUs may be granted in 0.25 increments after the first contact hour. PMP examination candidates and PMPs may register these PDUs towards the attainment or maintenance of their certification.
How many PDUs do participants need to earn?
If applying to sit the PMP examination for the first time, participants need 35 PDUs. To maintain PMP certification, PMPs need to accrue 60 PDUs over a three-year period.
How are PDUs reported?
PMPs are responsible for reporting their activities as they occur by completing the PMP Professional Development Activities Form and forwarding the required information to the PMI/PDP Records Office. PMPs are also required to maintain a personal PDP (Professional Development Program) folder containing all the documentation needed to support their claim.
How do I submit PDU's?
Log in to the Continuing Certification Requirements System using your PMI info. Submit PDUs searching with "ITSM Academy" or R.E.P. # "2442". Note: PMP's who attend our webinars can submit for 1 PDU under “other”.
|ID No.||Class Name||PDUs||Talent Triangle PDUs
|ID No.||Agile ITSM||PDUs||Technical||Leadership||Strategic & Business Management|
|CPDE-2||Certified Process Design Engineer (CPDE)®||38||8||5||25|
|CASM-2||Certified Agile Service Manager (CASM)®||16||15.5||0.25||0.25|
|CAPO-2||Certified Agile Process Owner (CAPO)®||16||5||2||9|
|BBWORKSHOP-2||The Building Blocks of ITSM Process Design||4||1.5||0.5||2|
|ITSMFORDEVOPS||ITSM for DevOps||16||0.5||0.25||15.25|
|ASMOWORKSHOP-2||Agile Service Management Key Concepts
|ID No.||DevOps||PDUs||Technical||Leadership||Strategic & Business Management|
|DevOpsWorkshop-2||DevOps Key Concepts||4||0.75||0.25||3|
|DTE-2||DevOps Test Engineering (DTE)®||16||0.5||0.5||15|
|DevOpsLeader||DevOps Leader (DOL)||16||3||9||4|
|DSOE||DevSecOps Engineer (DSOE)||16||0.25||0.25||15.50|
|CDA||Continuous Delivery Architect (CDA)®||24||0.25||0.50||23.25|
|TPP-2||The Phoenix Project Simulation||6||2||0.5||3.5|
|ID No.||ITIL||PDUs||Technical||Leadership||Strategic & Business Management|
|ITIL4Foundation||ITIL 4 Foundation||16||0.25||0.75||15|
|ITIL4MPT||ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition||30||4||4||22|
|ITIL4CDS||ITIL 4 Create, Deliver Support||16||1||1||14|
|ITIL4DPI||ITIL 4 Direct, Plan and Improve||16||1||3||12|
|ITIL4DSV||ITIL 4 Drive Stakeholder Value||18||1||2||15|
|ITIL4HVIT||ITIL 4 High Velocity IT||18||1.5||1.5||15|
|V3100101-2||ITIL v3 Foundation||22||3.75||0.25||18|
|EV310011-2||ITIL Foundation - eLearning||22||3.75||0.25||18|
|RCV-2||Capability: Release, Control and Validation||38||3||0.5||34.5|
|OSA-2||Capability: Operational Support and Analysis||38||3||0.5||34.5|
|SOA-2||Capability: Service Offerings and Agreements||38||3||0.5||34.5|
|PPO-2||Capability: Planning, Protection and Optimization||38||3||0.5||34.5|
|SS-2||Lifecycle: Service Strategy||22||2.5||4||15.5|
|SD-2||Lifecycle: Service Design||22||2.5||4||15.5|
|ST-2||Lifecycle: Service Transition||22||2.5||4||15.5|
|SO-2||Lifecycle: Service Operation||22||2.5||4||15.5|
|CSI-2||Lifecycle: Continual Service Improvement||22||2.5||4||15.5|
|MALC-2||Managing Across the Lifecycle||38||12.5||6||19.5|
|EXECOWRKSH-2||ITIL Key Concepts||4||0.25||0.25||3.5|
|ID No.||Specialty||PDUs||Technical||Leadership||Strategic & Business Management|
|EoEWorkshop||Essence of eXperience (XLA)®||8||0.25||0.25||7.50|
|BBWORKSHOP-2||The Building Blocks of ITSM Process Design||4||1||0.5||2.5|
|APOLLO-2||APOLLO 13 Simulation||6||1.25||0.75||4|