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Planning and Initiating your Project
Susanne Madsen

Presented by Susanne Madsen

In this webinar project management coach Susanne Madsen takes you through the 14 suggested steps needed for initiating and planning your project. These 14 steps are not a theoretical approach but stem from her own experience as a PM and PM coach leading and consulting on projects. All the way from step 1 "Plan your work" through step 5 "Define project scope" to step 14 "Document the approach" she offers engaging examples and hands-on explanations that will help you in initiating and planning your own projects more systematically. As part of this webinar you will receive a free Project Initiation Document that brings everything learned together and and come alive.

Customer-Centric Project Management
Elizabeth Harrin

Presented by Elizabeth Harrin, MA, FAPM, MBCS

Customer-Centric Project Management was born out of Elizabeth Harrin's realization that their internal IT department received consistently poor feedback on the services delivered. In this engaging presentation Elizabeth introduces you to the concepts of C-CPM, how it was applied in their services department and on projects, and gives you an 8-step approach on how you can implement C-CPM in your own organization.

Managing Small Projects
Matrin Wartenberg

Presented by by Martin Wartenberg, MBA, P.E.

One size fits one!

All projects are not equal. Trying to execute a small project with a full-up framework and methodolody approach may turn out to be overkill. Small projects are typically executed by “accidental” or “casual” project managers rather than classically trained Project Managers who have been exposed to the complexity of processes and procedures contained in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide). The sheer size of the book as well as the complexity of the methodology often frightens the casual project manager into “just winging” it because the formal process appears to be overly complicated. A majority of project run in typical organizations are in the small to medium category (defined as 3 to 10 people for about 3 to 4 months) these usually involve project managers and team members who have had little or no formal project management training.

This pod cast is targeted at this group and provides “just enough” project management to be effective, but not so much that you are overwhelmed with complexity. We will cover all phases from Initiation through Planning, Executing, Control and Monitoring and finally close-out and will discuss the minimum levels of structure and process required for the casual or accidental project manager.

Effective Meetings for Project Managers
Steve Kaye.

Presented by Steve Kaye.

This presentation is aimed at helping you learn how to set up, conduct, and participate in effective project meetings. You will learn how to...

  • Plan project meetings that produce results
  • Conduct efficient, effective project meetings
  • Find solutions, make decisions, and reach agreements that others will support
  • Capture results so that people take action after the meeting

How this will change your project:

  • People will treat meetings as a business activity
  • Meetings will produce useful results
  • Meetings will be held only when appropriate
  • The work in a meeting will be more focused, more orderly, and more effective
Stop Meeting Failure

Presented by Andreas Heilwagen, PMP

Have you ever tried setting meetings and most people don’t show up? Do you find yourself in the middle of a boring and unproductive meeting? Do you constantly start and end a meeting late? Stop wasting everyone’s time and your own! Learn how to set and conclude meetings successfully with the help of Andreas Heilwagen's informative Stop Meeting Failure.

Meetings are held for planning, organizing, delegating tasks and setting goals. If the meeting agenda is left unsettled, the meeting itself is useless. Time is running out and decisions will have to be made sooner or later. What do you when a meeting is going nowhere?

With Heilwagen's webinar, you will get valuable tips on how to plan a meeting from start to finish. You will also learn how to invite, encourage and motivate people to come to your meetings. 

Effective Presentations for Project Managers

Presented by Steve Kaye.

This webinar is aimed at helping project managers develop effective presentation skills in conducting meetings to achieve favourable results.  It’s essential to recognize that showing this particular skill demonstrates leadership and the ability to think and communicate in public. It plays a significant influence towards career advancement and other opportunities.  

It speaks the following wisdom:

  • Importance of goal setting for every meetings.
  • Knowing the audience expectation beforehand.
  • Coming up with presentation plan.
  • How practise makes perfect.

At the end of which, project managers are also given some tips on how to plan successful presentations in a short period of time.

The 4-week PMO

Presented by Cornelius Fichtner, PMP.

Throughout his career, Cornelius Fichtner, PMP has participated in the setup of a number of PMOs. He has seen the good, the bad and those that failed.

Over these years he developed a simple and pragmatic approach that will enable a company to roll out the initial release of their PMO within 4 weeks. In this presentation he gives us a high-level overview of his approach.

He reviews the PMO setup problems he came across over the years, defines the 4 basic components of a PMO that exist in any company (even if they don't know that they have them), reviews a standard PMO implementation schedule and presents three 4-Week PMO case studies.

You will walk away with a blueprint of the general steps necessary to roll out the initial release of your PMO within 4 weeks.

Throughout his career, Cornelius Fichtner, PMP has participated in the setup of a number of PMOs. He has seen the good, the bad and those that failed.

Over these years he developed a simple and pragmatic approach that will enable a company to roll out the initial release of their PMO within 4 weeks. In this presentation Cornelius gives us a high-level overview of his approach.

He reviews the PMO setup problems he came across over the years, defines the 4 basic components of a PMO that exist in any company (even if they don't that they have them), reviews a standard PMO implementation schedule and presents three 4-Week PMO case studies.

You will walk away with a blueprint of the general steps necessary to roll out the initial release of your PMO within 4 weeks.

PMO Success Stories

Presented by Mark Price Perry

In his webinar Business Driven PMO Success Stories, Mark Price Perry takes you from the question "Why do PMOs fail?" to the understanding that Project Management Offices need to have a clearly agreed mandate from the management team. He uses a real life case study example of a failed PMO, shows how the turnaround was achieved and then describes how these lessons learned were applied to 5 PMOs from around the world leading to their success.

Effective Project Dashboarding

Presented by Mark Price Perry

What do executives want to see in a PMO Dashboard? How do today’s PMO Managers provide this information? What tools do they use?

At PMO and PPM conferences, these questions have been and continue to be the top questions asked by PMO Managers. This presentation provides PMO Executive Dashboarding Tips and Techniques that PMOs of all shapes and sizes can implement and has been given by Mark Price Perry at leading PMO and PPM conferences around the world.

Taken from material in Chapter 6, Executive Reporting - Keep it Simple, of Mark Price Perry’s best-selling book, Business Driven PMO Setup - Practical Insights, Techniques, and Case Examples for Ensuring Success, this presentation will give you practical insights and techniques that you can use to ensure the success of your PMO.

Managing Scope from Cradle to Grave

Presented by Mike Graupner, PMP

This presentation is aimed at helping project managers develop the needed strategies to address the challenges of scope management. It covers the following learning:

  • The impact of project management to scope management.
  • The definition of the scope management process.
  • The plan and control scope during the project.
  • The identification and analysis of problems when scope is changing.
  • The adaptation of working in teams and leading the scope management process. 
  • The evaluation of other people’s commitment to scope control.
Project Monitoring and Controlling

Presented by Kristine Hayes Munson, PMP

This presentation aims to improve the processes used in monitoring and controlling projects. The topics will include the following:

  • Review of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) Basics
  • Application of Plan-Do-Studying-Act-Cycle
  • Variation of Special Cause and Common Cause
  • Dangers of Management Tampering
Effective Risk Response Strategies and Controls

Presented by Kevin Reilly, PMP, CSM

Risks are an inherent part of every project, regardless of size or complexity. Understanding how to identify risks (both negative and positive), create response strategies for these risks, and monitoring and controlling them on you projects will ultimately mean the difference between project success or project failure. This webinar will concentrate on the different types of risk response strategies for negative and positive risks on your projects, as well as risk control techniques that have proven to be successful in the field. Theory will be mixed with real-life examples to drive home the concepts, and suggested action steps will be presented so that you can implement the concepts on your actual projects.

An Overview of Agile Methods and Agile PM

Presented by Cornelius Fichtner, PMP

This webinar is intended as an introduction to Agile software development and Agile project management for project managers trained in traditional waterfall based methodologies. It includes an overview of Agile, a review of the Agile Manifesto as well as the Declaration of Interdependence and how they both relate to project management, an introduction to 7 Agile methods and you'll also get a series of criteria and methods that you can use to determine, if a project should or should not be implemented using Agile.

Effective Project Execution with Lean Agile Kanban

Presented by Josh Nankivel, PMP

Kanban is a method for developing products with an emphasis on just-in-time delivery while not overloading the developers. It emphasizes that developers pull work from a queue, and the process, from definition of a task to its delivery to the customer, is displayed for participants to see.

In this presentation, Josh shows you exactly why Kanban is so powerful and why. Then you will witness Kanban in action and come away with a deep understanding of the process and how to implement it on your own project teams immediately.

Agile PM: User Stories

Presented by Cornelius Fichtner, PMP

In this webinar Cornelius Fichtner, PMP introduces you to the concept of applying User Stories on Agile projects. We answer the following questions:

  • What are User Stories?
  • Why were User Stories Developed?
  • Are they a team effort or the responsibility of one person?
  • Who owns User Stories?
  • What’s the best way to create User Stories?
  • Are User Stories the same as Use Cases?
  • What are the shortcomings of User Stories?
  • Why do User Stories Drive the Agile Project?
Agile PM: Introduction to Scrum

Presented by Cornelius Fichtner, PMP

This 2-hour long webinar is an introduction to Scrum for project managers who come from a traditional, waterfall-based background. Cornelius Fichtner, PMP takes you step by step through all the components that make up the Scrum framework. You will learn about the framework in general, the roles used on a Scrum team, the meetings used in Agile and events that are unique to Scrum, the artifacts used on all projects and how they all work together to bring a Scrum project to successful completion. Particular emphasis is placed on the communication that needs to happen between the Scrum team members as well as from the Scrum team to the other stakeholders on the project.

Agile PM: The Crystal Family

Presented by Cornelius Fichtner, PMP, CSM

This webinar is aimed at project managers who wish to learn more about the Crystal Family of Agile development methods. It is an in-depth discussion of the methodology's history, priorities, properties, principles and techniques. We close with a look at the characteristics, roles and work products used in Crystal Clear, Crystal Orange and Crystal Orange Web.

Project Lessons Learned Framework

Presented by Mel Bost

The Project Closeout and Lessons Learned Webinar discusses a framework for capturing, documenting, and sharing project lessons learned from recently completed projects. It integrates well with existing Project Risk Management Plans for projects.

First, we discuss the single project case in which a project manager wishes to document lessons learned at the close of a project he has just completed. Second, we briefly discuss what I call “the multiple project case” in which the lessons learned arise because several projects were subject to the same project environment.

Both of these topics are covered extensively in my forthcoming book about Project Lessons Learned.

Although this webinar is about Project Lessons Learned, the topic “Lessons Learned” is so important in our everyday lives that we have to take a closer look. So I spend a few introductory minutes laying the groundwork for lessons learned in the project context.

This webinar focuses on project lessons learned as a mechanism and framework for closing out projects and contributing to continuous process improvement.

Note the emphasis on Framework, Projects, Process and Continuous Improvement. These concepts are key in our understanding of Project Lessons Learned. You might want to take a moment to review in your own mind these familiar concepts.

What are our Learning Objectives for this Project Closeout and Lessons Learned webinar?

First, to identify lessons learned in a project context.

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Project Leadership
Susanne Madsen

Presented by Susanne Madsen

In this webinar on project leadership Susanne Madsen presents hands-on tools and techniques empowering project managers to improve their project leadership skills. Susanne achieves this by taking the participants through the following steps: Challenge the status quo, lead with vision, build relationships, effectively lead and motivate your team, adapt your leadership style, effectively manage senior stakeholders, spend your time pro-actively and delegate and most importantly she challenges everyone to step outside of your comfort zone.

Transitioning to a Team Leader
Mike Graupner

Presented by Mike Graupner, PMP

This is an actionable webinar in which Mike Graupner, PMP helps you master four areas of team leadership. They are: How to develop a management perspective; Handling changes in relationships; Understanding what the team needs from you; and Communicating effectively. The presentation is packed with Mike's own experience and best practices of transitioning from a "normal" project manager to a successful, respected team leader. Applying his recommendations will set you apart from everyone else. Have pen and paper ready during the presentation to take notes and create your own checklist of items you want to start implementing tomorrow.

The Strategic Project Leader

Presented by Jack Ferraro, PMP

Learn how to demonstrate that you are more than a mere project manager. Establish yourself as a Strategic Project Leader who can turn project management into a strategic advantage for the organization.

This PM Lecture™ will give you a self-directed plan to begin building your leadership competencies. This will show you how to make a difference with every project you lead. The first of two parts on this leadership topic, it will teach you to transform the way you lead your projects.

The Strategic Project Leader provides clear direction on how to implement leadership practices. Learn how to build trust with senior executives that will allow you to truly change the world through the value of the work you provide. Become the enabler of your organization.

Service-based Project Leadership Skills

Presented by Jack Ferraro, PMP

Master the art of Service-based Project Leadership by applying the techniques and concepts first presented in the book The Strategic Project Leader. In the Introduction to The Strategic Project Leader, you studied the foundations of Service-based Project Leadership. In this PM Lecture we take you to the next level, introduce you to several important service-based leadership concepts and give you a road map to success.

Build Your Service-based Project Leaderships Skills is a motivating seminar that ends with a plan that will take you to the next level in Project Leadership. This PM Lecture will teach you to comprehend the importance of building trust on projects, master techniques to build project relationships based on trust and apply the key components of trust: credibility, reliability, intimacy and low self-orientation.

Learn to understand the benefits of trust-based relationships and describe the difference between leadership and power, describe and use the importance of consultative leadership and being and advisor, and engage your customer and frame the issues appropriately, among other things. Stop providing just deliverables. Begin providing value.

Dealing with Difficult People
Margaret Meloni

Presented by Margaret Meloni, PMP

Dealing with Difficult People is a complete step-by-step guidance to working on and with the difficult people on your team to improve relationships.

It provides tools and techniques in dealing with difficult and toxic individuals. Working with difficult co-workers is a cause of low morale, decreased collaboration and slows down productivity. The lecture teaches you and your employees the skills of handling those toxic personalities and bad attitudes that are plaguing your office and bring some civility back to your workplace.

You will learn how to identify the various types of difficult behaviors that can damage your team. You will learn how to employ strategies for dealing with difficult co-workers and employees so that you can work together effectively.

The lecture also helps you identify the triggers that can cause you to become a difficult person. It helps you to control your own behavior, because ultimately, in any given situation you are the only person you can control and understand that other people’s behavior is not about you, it is about them.

The lecture has six regular modules and two bonus modules that will teach you to be more confident to deal with difficult people.  You will also be able to integrate the concepts discussed into your daily work life. Become the best you can be at Dealing with Difficult People!

Leadership Challenges of Complex Projects - Part 1

Presented by Stan Levanduski, PMP

This PM Lecture™ enables you to successfully resolve the challenging issues facing you when leading (or preparing to lead) large, complex projects because Stan Levanduski, PMP, gives you the means to understand, plan for and then manage these challenges. Don't be stuck in a career leading small projects. Let Stan Levanduski, PMP introduce you to a philosophy and process of successfully leading large and complex projects.

Stan lays the foundation by showing you what the difference is between managing and leading a project and then moves on to analyzing what complexity really is and how it is created. It gets really interesting, when he moves on to discuss the Chaos Theory and Complexity Science and delivers an incredibly captivating lecture on how these seemingly unrelated domains relate to how you need to lead complex projects.

Once you have understood this foundation Stan takes you step by step through the process of preparing for and planning a complex project. He discusses the increased importance of communication on complex projects and gives you the tools to respond to this need. And he also helps you to create an environment on your complex project that will lead to success.

This Lecture is a must for everyone who wants to move from simply managing a project to leading complex projects. Differentiate yourself from your competition!

Leadership Challenges of Complex Projects pt 2

Presented by Stan Levanduski, PMP

Part 2 of the 5.5 hour long presentation by Stan Levanduski, PMP

High Performing PMOs

Presented by Thomas Cutting, PMP

A PMO serves two critical functions in an organization.  First, it is the eyes and ears of management to identify problems and risks.  Second, the team is in the uniquely positioned to help resolve these issues.

Through interacting with project managers, reviewing projects, and analyzing metrics, the PMO is able to pinpoint the challenges and opportunities presented to the company.

This presentation examines what makes a PMO effective in living out its purpose and gets your engine revved with ideas on what can be accomplished.  For the individual already leading a PMO, it will allow you to spot check what you have and tune your organization with best practices that will increase your performance.

You will be able to articulate how a PMO resolves key organizational challenges; think in terms of organizational change to gain commitment; understand the role compliance plays in PMO success; develop a sense of community instead of oversight; and recognize speed bumps that can slow you down

The intent of this session is to present best practices used by high performing PMOs to raise the performance of their organizations.

Why Strong Ethics are Crucial for PM Success

Presented by Jeff Furman, PMP

In this engaging presentation/interview with Cornelius, Jeff discusses the “taboo topic” of ethical issues PMs often face on their projects, and how bad ethics can be very bad business, impacting project success and the bottom line.

He gives a wide range of examples: some from the news, some which were shared by his Project Management Professional (PMP)® students in discussions in his many classes, and some from his own diverse experience as an IT PM and Trainer for Fortune 500 financial companies in Manhattan.

He analyzes these examples from the point-of-view of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), mapping them to specific clauses in the Project Management Institute (PMI)® Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.

And he offers many tips and suggestions to help PMs handle ethical issues in the future. He also shares exercises and tools from his PMP classes and from the robust ethics chapter in his book: “The Project Management Answer Book.”


Presented by Dave Shirley & Rich Maltzman

This webinar challenges attendees to ask themselves which characteristics of projects make managing them such a compelling career choice and asserts that one of the answers has to do with the way in which projects fit into the overall scheme of the organization or enterprise.

With that backdrop and at least a tiny piece of that existential mystery solved, it covers the drivers that are currently accelerating  enterprises and organizations towards “Triple Bottom Line” thinking at the strategic level, and highlight some that are making a difference (in all three).

Next, introducing the concept of Greenality, and moves move to the core of the webinar – asking, “How does sustainability thinking intersect with project management?”  Where are they aligned, and where are they (apparently) in conflict?  How can project managers make a difference?  What tools exist that can help us bridge the apparent conflict between the task and deliverable-oriented project and the steady-state, long term hum of operations?

Finally, it challenges attendees to learn more about sustainability thinking and demonstrate that this expanded mindset can contribute not only to the altruistic goals of saving energy, reducing pollution, and treating people fairly, but that it can directly serve their projects and their organizations with tangible benefits.  The webinar closes with an invitation to directly collaborate in a non-profit organization devoted to combining sustainability thinking and PM.

Successfully Achieving Strategy 1

Interview with Frank Parth, PMP

In this interview, Frank Parth and Cornelius Fichtner discuss the challenges organizations face in achieving strategic goals and the role of effective portfolio management. They explore the concepts presented in Frank's new book, Successfully Achieving Strategy Through Effective Portfolio Management, highlighting the importance of aligning projects with strategic objectives. The conversation, recorded live, includes valuable audience questions and insights.

Improve Your Project Business Skills 1

Interview with Oliver Lehmann and Martin Berneburg

The interview features Oliver Lehmann and Martin Berneburg from the Project Business Foundation, who discuss project business, a concept applied to companies that organize their primary business activities in projects. They introduce The Project Business Study Book, a free 118-page resource on Project Business Management. The interview highlights the differences in skills required for project managers when managing a project considered part of project business versus one that is not.

Projects as Profit Centers 1

Interview with Oliver Lehmann, PMP

Part 1:

Oliver F. Lehmann discusses the ongoing collaborative revolution in project management, wherein projects that were previously done internally are now given to external contractors, who may further use subcontractors, forming complex project supply networks (PSNs). This cross-corporate approach to project management, known as project business, involves serving customers and ensuring profitability while managing high risks. Oliver provides insights into the specific challenges of project business and introduces methods for managing it, such as Benefit Engineering.

Part 2:

In the second part of the webinar, Oliver F. Lehmann continues to explore the changes in project management as more projects are outsourced to external contractors and subcontractors, leading to intricate project supply networks. He highlights the high-risk nature of project business and emphasizes the importance of balancing customer satisfaction, profitability, and cash flow. Oliver shares further insights into the challenges faced by project business professionals and discusses management techniques like Benefit Engineering to address these challenges.

Project Business Automation 1

Interview with Matt Mong

In this interview, Cornelius Fichtner and Matt Mong explore Project Business Automation (PBA), which integrates and automates processes for project-based companies. They discuss PBA's basics, emphasizing that it is not an ERP system, and highlight its benefits for project financials, operations, and insight. The conversation was recorded live, featuring valuable audience questions and comments.

Project Business - Success Factors and Challenges 2

Interview with Matt Mong and Henrik Lerkenfeld

In the first interview, Matt Mong and Henrik Lerkenfeld of Adeaca discuss the concept of project business from a company's perspective. They define project business, discuss its central characteristics, explore some challenges, and examine why productivity in project business lags behind other areas such as manufacturing or retail.

In the second interview, Matt Mong and Henrik Lerkenfeld return to elaborate on the challenges of a project business from the corporate perspective. They outline seven challenges faced by project businesses, including acceptance of the status quo, failing to identify as a project business, optimization of project management silos, inadequate communication, lack of governance and data organization, lack of automation, and lack of real-time insight.

How Laws and Regulations Affect Projects 2

Interview with James Franklin

In this interview, the discussion revolves around the constraints that projects face due to laws and regulations. These constraints can range from major laws such as Sarbanes-Oxley in the USA, personal data protection laws in the European Union, and intellectual property laws worldwide, to industry-specific regulations in sectors like aerospace or healthcare. Even internal company regulations can impact project choices and limit the freedom to shape projects, demonstrating the importance of understanding and adhering to these laws and regulations in project management.

Project Portfolio Management 2

Interview with Jamal Moustafaev, MBA, PMP

In the first interview, Jamal Moustafaev discusses his book, Project Portfolio Management in Theory and Practice: Thirty Case Studies from around the World, which provides practical advice on implementing strategic project portfolio management processes. He explains the concept of project portfolio management, its three strategic pillars, project selection models that support company strategy, and how to achieve strategic alignment.

In the second interview, Jamal delves deeper into the implementation of project portfolio management processes in organizations. He covers topics such as PPM reviews, internal resource costs, mission and strategy importance, C-level executive involvement, portfolio management charters, the halo effect on project selection, and improving the quality of project proposals. The aim of this discussion is to provide practical tips for implementing project portfolio management in any organization.

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The PDU Podcast Ways of Working Package and Skillful Acumen Package grant you personalized certificates upon the completion. Obtaining these certificates means that PMI officially recognizes your training and renews your PMP credentials for three more years.
Just so you know, no exam is required to receive your certificate. You can print it anytime after completing the course.

Get the BEST All-in-One Solution to Earn ALL of Your PMP PDUs

The PDU Podcast Ways of Working Package and Skillful Acumen Package give you everything you need to renew your hard-earned PMP certification.

  • Simplicity
    If you are seeking to achieve simplicity in renewing your PMP credentials, then this PMP PDU course will give you that simplicity.
  • Knowledge
    This bundle will not only meet your PMI PDU requirements, but also enrich your knowledge and advance your project management career.

Do You Hold Multiple Certifications?

With The PDU Podcast 60 PDU Bundle, you can earn PDUs for PMP®, PgMP®, PMI-ACP®, PMI-SP®, and PMI-RMP®

  • Project Management Professional (PMP)®
    Ways of Working - 30.00 | Power Skills - 18.75 | Business Acumen - 11.25.00 | Total - 60.00
  • Program Management Professional (PgMP)®
    Ways of Working - 00.00 | Power Skills - 18.75 | Business Acumen - 11.25 | Total - 30.00
  • PMI Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)®
    Ways of Working - 00.00 | Power Skills - 18.75 | Business Acumen - 11.25 | Total - 30.00
  • PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP)®
    Ways of Working - 00.00 | Power Skills - 18.75 | Business Acumen - 11.25 | Total - 30.00
  • PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)®
    Ways of Working - 00.00 | Power Skills - 18.75 | Business Acumen - 11.25 | Total - 30.00

Get the Quick Start Guide Right After Completing Your Order

The entire PM PrepCast for PDUs and Agile PrepCast for PDUs courses are delivered online. You get instant access when you sign up and FREE updates during your entire access period.

Once your order is complete, you'll receive an email with login instructions - simply follow these instructions and you'll be able to access all the video lessons immediately.

This email also includes instructions on how to download webinars from the 60 PDU Bundle to your phone using a podcast app. (Podcast-style download is not available when purchasing the 30 PDU Packages separately.)

“How do I submit my PMP PDUs to PMI Continuing Certification Requirements System (CCRS)?”

We know how stressful it can be for you to submit your PDUs to PMI after watching 60 hours of lessons. That’s why we have a dedicated module in each one of the courses with detailed step-by-step instructions on how to submit your PDUs to PMI. You will receive a certificate of completion for each course with the exact number of PDUs earned.

If you purchased The PM PrepCast 60 PDU Bundle, you would have to submit two PDU claims, one for each course, to avoid being audited by PMI.

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Our ironclad 30-day money-back guarantee entitles you to a prompt and courteous refund if you’re not 100% satisfied with our service – no questions asked.

Refer to our Terms & Conditions for all refund details.

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The PDU Podcast
WoW Package

Recommended to cover all your Ways of Working PDUs

  • 30.00 PDUs
  • $4.30 per PDU
  • 18 webinars
  • Certificate of completion
  • Online access via an LMS
  • Download on your device
  • 12 months of access
  • Meets PMI CCRS Handbook requirements
  • Meets 8 PDU minimum for the Ways of Working category
  • Awards half of the required PMP PDUs for your renewal
Only $129

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The PDU Podcast
Skillful Acumen Package

Recommended to cover all your Skills & Business PDUs

  • 30.00 PDUs
  • $4.30 per PDU
  • 10 webinars, 7 interviews
  • Certificate of completion
  • Online access via an LMS
  • Download on your device
  • 12 months of access
  • Meets PMI CCRS Handbook requirements
  • Meets 8 PDU minimum for the Power Skills and Business Acumen categories
  • Awards half of the required PMP PDUs for your renewal
Only $129

Get Skillful Acumen Package

The PDU Podcast
60 PDU Bundle

Recommended for your complete PMP Renewal

  • 60.00 PDUs
  • $3.31 per PDU
  • 28 webinars, 7 interviews
  • Certificate of completion
  • Online access via an LMS
  • Download on your device
  • 12 months of access
  • Meets PMI CCRS Handbook requirements
  • Fulfills the must-have 8/8/8 PDU minimum in all PDU categories
  • Awards all 60 PDUs required for your PMP renewal
Only $199

Get Complete 60 PDU Package

Best Value

FAQs on The PDU Podcast 60 PDU Bundle

1. How do I get my certificate for PDUs?

Once you have completed the course, the certificate will be provided to you as part of the last module of the course as well as sent to you via email. You will be able to use this as evidence of your recertification activity.

The PDU Podcast has step-by-step instructions on how to print your ceritifcate and submit your PDUs to the PMI CCR System.

2. How long do I have access to this course?

12 months starting with the date of purchase.

Of course, if you download the webinars to your phone or tablet using a podcast app, then you can watch them for as long as they remain on your device.

3. Does this course require passing an exam to earn PDUs?


Before printing your certificate you will be asked to confirm that you have completed the course (yes/no), and once you confirm, you can print your certificate.

4. What is your full money-back guarantee policy?

The PDU Podcast’s ironclad 30-day money-back guarantee entitles you to a prompt and courteous refund if you’re not 100% satisfied with our service – no questions asked.

5. What devices can I use to log in?

The PDU Podcast training course can be used on any modern phone, tablet, or PC.

As soon as your purchase is complete, you can watch PrepCast for PDUs lessons online within the Learning Management System (LMS) or download them to your phone, tablet, or PC using a podcast app. Once downloaded, the material will be available to you whenever you need it.

6. What other requirements do I need to have?

To watch the The PDU Podcast webinars online, you will need an active internet connection.

The minimum speed for your internet connection is 1 Mbps. However, a high-speed connection (cable, broadband, etc.) is recommended.

If you want to download The PDU Podcast webinars to your phone, tablet, or computer, you need to install an app that can play podcasts on your device. The files are rather large; therefore, when downloading the lessons to your phone, we recommend using Wi-Fi, unless you have an unlimited phone data plan.

7. What browsers are supported?

As of April 2023, the following browsers are supported:

  • Chrome
  • Edge
  • Firefox
  • Safari
8. Do you offer group discounts?

We offer volume discounts to businesses, corporations, and training providers interested in ordering larger quantities. Learn more at Project Management Corporate Training.

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