Education Learning activities that allow you to broaden your knowledge in one of the PMI Talent Triangle skill areas: Ways of Working, Power Skills, or Business Acumen.

Giving Back Volunteer activities that enable you to share and apply your knowledge and skills as a means to contribute to and help build the profession. Power Skills, Business Acumen or Ways of Working could apply.

Talent Triangle Click here to understand the components of the Talent Triangle and how to select the best fit of the talent components for your PDUs. Click here to find out how many, and what type of, PDUs are needed to maintain your respective certification(s).

ProjectBites Learning Library

ProjectBites audio/video learning bites can be reported as Education under the category of Online or Digital Media. It recommended to listen/watch three ProjectBites to accumulate 1.0 PDU for reporting purposes. Click here for PDU instructions.

Lunch and Learn Virtual Events

All of the lunch and learn events can be reported as Education under the category of Course or Training. PDU reporting instructions are provided directly to attendees. If you missed an event, you can click here to view past virtual event videos, and slide decks – PDU instructions are embedded in the videos.

Evening Speaker and Networking Events

All of the evening events, whether they are speaker or networking events provide PDUs that can be reported as Education under the category of Organization Meetings for up to 2.0 PDUs per event/activity. PDU reporting instructions are provided directly to attendees. If you missed a virtual evening event, you can click here to view past event videos, and slide decks – PDU instructions are embedded in the videos.

Team PMIWIC Volunteer Events

Team PMIWIC volunteer events like the quarterly Idaho Foodbank warehouse events qualify for Giving Back PDUs under the category of Volunteer, because the event, based on its Supply Chain Management, Risk Management, Time Management and Resource Management, etc. aspects can relate to an individual’s certification, and it does contribute to advancing knowledge or practice within the profession. PDU reporting instructions are provided directly to attendees.

Team PMIWIC Community Volunteer Events

Community volunteer events like the annual Rake Up Boise event, do not meet the reporting criteria. To qualify for a Giving Back PDU under the category of Volunteer, the event or activity must relate to an individual’s certification, and it must contribute to advancing knowledge or practice within the profession.