GreyCampus has designed the MiniTab Course in a simple, effective way to input statistical data, manipulate the data, identify trends and patterns, and then extrapolate answers to the problem at hand. It has used simple ways to describe vital and extremely effective tools. This course will help Six Sigma professionals work with data and statistics.
After completing 10 hours of the course participants will get 10 PDUs. GreyCampus is a global Registered Education Provider (R.E.P. ID 3871) of PMI, USA.
Q Who is eligible for the course?
A: There is no eligibility criteria to take up the course.
Q What are PDUs?
A: PDUs are Professional Development Units which are vital for maintaining Project Management Institute (PMI)-certified credentials. PMI certifications apart from CAPM are a part of Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program and they support professional development through education. There are different ways to earn PDUs to maintain credentials. Courses and seminars help to stay up-to-date with project management best practices.
Q What are the different categories of PDUs?
A: There are 6 categories of PDUs. (A,B,C,D,E and F)
1. Category A: Courses offered by PMI’s R.E.P.s or Chapters and Communities
You can earn PDUs by taking up courses offered by PMI’s R.E.P.s or Chapters and Communities
The PDU Rule: 1 hour of instruction related to project management, project risk, project scheduling, or program management equals 1 PDU.
2. Category B: Continuing Education
You can earn PDUs by completing an academic course offered by a University or college
3. Category C: Self-Directed Learning
You can earn PDUs by having formal discussions with colleagues, coworkers, reading articles, books, or instructional manuals, watching videos, using interactive CD-ROMs and more.
4. Category D: Creating New Project Management Knowledge
Create new knowledge for the topic related to your credential area of expertise like, project management, project risk management, project scheduling, or program management and earn PDUs.
5. Category E: Volunteer Service
PDUs can be earned by providing volunteer, non-compensated project management, project risk, project scheduling, or program management services to non-employer or non-client customer groups.
6. Category F: Working as a Professional in Project Management
Professionals can earn PDUs by working as a project manager (project risk management professional, project scheduling professional or program manager).
Q.When will participants get their PDU Certificates?
A: All PDU E-Certificates will reach participants within 2 business days after the training.