Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s largest body for project management profession, which is expected to be a 6 trillion by 2020. PMI promotes globally recognized standards and certifications in project management such as Project Management Professional (PMP), Program Management Professional (PgMP), and Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP). There are close to 3 million PMI-certified project management professionals in the world.
However, to maintain the certifications, a certified professional needs to earn a specific amount of Professional Development Units (PDUs) per 3 year certification cycle. Currently, the renewal of certifications requires professionals to acquire 35 PDUs in Education and 25 PDUs in Giving Back to the Profession (sharing knowledge) category - totally, 60 PDUs.
PMI continually evolves its standards based on ongoing research on the real world needs of organizations. Recently, it has introduced Talent Triangle, which has leadership skills and strategic and business management skills, in addition to technical skills.
PM Elite is designed to help professionals earn 8 PDUs each in technical, leadership, and strategic business management skills. This instructor-led formal training will help project managers acquire the required PDUs in education. The course will equip professionals to meet the evolving demands of their job and support longer-range business objectives of their organisations.
Project Scope Management
Human Resource Management
PMI certified candidates who want to acquire PDUs and renew their credentials
Anyone wish to gain the knowledge on Waterfall and Agile Project Management methodologies
A secondary degree (high school diploma or the global equivalent)AND
At least 1,500 hours of project experience OR
23 hours of project management education by the time you sit for the exam.