PDU Eligible Courses
ed2go is now a participant in the PMI® Authorized Training Partner Program (“PMI ATP Program”).
The following courses have been removed from our list of PDU Eligible Courses effective immediately:
- PMP Certification Prep Series
- The Complete Project Manager with CAPM and PMP
- PMP Certification Prep I
- PMP Certification Prep II
How will this impact students?
Students may continue to claim their professional development units (PDUs) as usual at this time.
Which ed2go courses are still PMI approved for PDUs?
ed2go has ensured the content of the courses and program listed below align with PMI’s Talent Triangle, which requires providers to assign the number of course hours dedicated to Technical Project Management, Leadership, and Strategic and Business Management categories. To learn more about the Talent Triangle click here.
The following courses are PMI approved for PDUs:
- Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013
- Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010
- Project Management Applications
- Project Management Fundamentals
- Understanding the Human Resources Function
- Total Quality Fundamentals
- Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications
- Mastery of Business Fundamentals
- Purchasing Fundamentals
- Supply Chain Management Fundamentals
- Keys to Effective Communication
- Building Teams That Work
- Introduction to Business Analysis
- Introduction to Microsoft Project 2016
- High Speed Project Management
- Fundamentals of Supervision and Management
- Fundamentals of Supervision and Management II
- Achieving Success with Difficult People
- Six Sigma Black Belt
- Six Sigma Green Belt
- Lean Mastery
- Mastering Project Management with Microsoft Project 2010
- Mastering Project Management with PMP® Prep
- Microsoft Project 2010
- Project Management Essentials with CAPM®
- The complete Project Manager with Microsoft Project 2010
- Management Training
- Management for IT Professionals
- Project Management Suite
What you need to do
We request that you, our partner, take immediate action to remain in compliance with PMI guidelines:
- Write out all PMI initializations in full the first time they appear on each page in your course materials and include a registration mark on the term’s first occurence.
- In all course titles, spell out PMP credential in full: “Project Management Professional (PMP)®”
- On the same page, spell out, “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)”
- Remove the PMI R.E.P. logo and the R.E.P. number from any of your marketing materials.
- Do not issue student certificates of completion with the PMI R.E.P. logo nor the R.E.P. number.
This is important because non-R.E.P. (partners) can license courseware containing PMI Intellectual Property from an existing R.E.P. (ed2go) with a current Derivative Works License on file with the PMI Legal Department. However, the non-R.E.P. (partners) cannot advertise/promote that a particular course offered has been approved, accredited, etc. by an existing (ed2go) or former PMI R.E.P. on their website.