In this blog, I am providing ways to earn PDUs under Technical category of Talent Triangle.
What are Technical PDUs:
Technical skills represent topics of PMIs certificate within the project, program, and portfolio management. When you earn technical PDUs, these are always applicable to your PMP® exam but the reverse may not correct.
For example, if you are PMI-ACP® and PMP® certified, your technical PDUs in Agile topics will also count for PMP® certification. PDUs related to the PMP® certification topics, may not get counted for your PMI-ACP® certificate.
Here I am listing some of the PMP® certification topics can be included in Technical Project Management (but not limited to)
Following are topics which may come both in PMP® and PMI-ACP® certification (but not limited to)
Similarly, I am listing areas which may come both in PMP® and PMI-PBA® certification (but not limited to):
Minimum & Maximum Technical PDUs for PMP®, PMI-ACP® and PMI-PBA® certification: The minimum and maximum Technical PDUs requirements are as follows:
How to earn Technical PDUS?
There are many ways to earn Technical PDUs.
Note: You can earn 1 PDU for each hour you spend in reading Technical content. You can report these PDUs under Read category of Education PDUs. You can refer my blog on “How to report Read PDUs”, which will assist you in reporting PDUs
Note: You can earn 1 PDU for each hour you spend in learnings through these online and digital mediums. You can report these PDUs under ‘Online and Digital Media’ category of Education PDUs. You can refer my blog on “How to Report Online & Digital Media PDUs”, which will assist you in reporting PDUs.
I hope this blog has answered all of your concerns related to how to earn Technical PDUs. For the leadership and strategic components of Talent Triangle, you may refer my blogs on earning leadership PDUs and strategic PDUs.
In case you have follow-up questions, please post them in the comment box, and we would be more than happy to assist you.
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