"How do I claim PDU's with the PMI after a Course?"
We are asked this all the time after a training course and that's totally understandable given that you want to claim the credit as widely as possible after succeeding in our Scrum courses.
First Things First
RedAgile is NOT a PMI education provider so you will need to claim your credits through the PMI's Continuous Certification Requirement System.
Completing either our Certified Scrum Product Owner or Certified ScrumMaster course means you will have spend enough time over the two days investigating the Scrum framework, that you can claim 14 PDUs. As a bonus, the 14 hours of training, also counts towards the 21 contact hours needed to qualify you as a candidate for the PMI-ACP test.
Simple Next Steps
Log into the PMI.org website.
Choose “Course or Training” as the PDU category within the "Report PDU's" subsection.
Apply the spilt for PDU's shown below - it all depends on which course you've completed.
Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) 8 PDUs in Technical Project Management 2 PDUs in Strategic and Business Management 4 PDUs in Leadership
Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) 10 PDUs in Technical Project Management 4 PDUs in Leadership
RedAgile are Australia's leading Agile Scrum training provider certified by the Scrum Alliance. As Australia's best Scrum training provider we offer Agile Scrum training courses and consulting services both online and in person. Our training portfolio includes: Certified Scrum Master (CSM) and Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)