PDUs for Wellington, 2015

Changes in the PDU Requirements

Education PDUs are now aligned with the new PMI Talent Triangle categories of (Technical Project Management, Leadership Project Management, and Strategic & Business Management). PMPs that have a certification expiration date of 1st December 2017 and beyond will need to classify their education PDUs according to the new format.

You can register your Category 3 (REP Programme/PMI Component Event) PDUs online at the PMI CCRS System.

The provider number for PMI New Zealand Chapter is: C067.

The activity numbers and names can be found in the tables below.

More information on claiming PDUs can be found on the PMI web site: click here to learn more.

Talent Triangle details can be found here and important dates for when the changes affect you can be found here

Masterclasses (Wednesday, 2nd September, 2015)

Half day masterclasses are a maximum of 3.5 PDUs. 7.0 PDUs are available for full day masterclasses

Activity #

Activity Description

Technical

Leadership

Strategic & Bus. Mgmt

Maximum PDUs

C067M151 Stakeholder Management (Lynda Bourne) 7.00   - - 7.00  
C067M152 Leadership (Jim De Piante) - 3.50   - 3.50  
C067M153 Leading the Virtual Team (Jim De Piante) - 3.50   - 3.50  
C067M154 Negotiations (Jo Lambert) - - 3.50   3.50  
C067M155 Change Management (Vicky Emery) - - 3.50   3.50  

 

Site Visits (Wednesday, 2nd September, 2015)

2.0 PDUs are available for each site visit attended.

Activity #

Activity Description

Technical

Leadership

Strategic & Bus. Mgmt

Maximum PDUs

C067V151 Morning Site Visit - NZ Transport Agency RONS 1.00   0.50   0.50   2.00  
C067V151 Morning Site Visit - The Great War Exhibition 1.00   0.50   0.50   2.00  
C067V152 Afternoon Site Visit - Weta Cave Workshop 1.00   0.50   0.50   2.00  
C067V152 Afternoon Site Visit - Mojo Experience 1.00   0.50   0.50   2.00  
C067V152 Afternoon Site Visit - The Fork & Brewer 1.00   0.50   0.50   2.00  

 

Conference (Thursday & Friday, 2nd & 3rd September, 2015)

A maximum of 14.75 PDUs can be claimed based on the activities below.

Thursday - Breakfast & Keynotes

Activity #

Activity Description

Technical

Leadership

Strategic & Bus. Mgmt

Maximum PDUs

C067C15 Breakfast - Compromising Without Compromise - - 1.00   1.00  
C067C15 Jim De Piante - Eminence - 0.75   0.25   1.00  
C067C15 Vicky Emery - Building a Future Proof Org 0.50   - 0.50   1.00  

 

Thursday - Concurrent Sessions

Activity #

Activity Description

Technical

Leadership

Strategic & Bus. Mgmt

Maximum PDUs

C067C15 11:00 am Sessions
  - PMO Analysis
  - Conscious Project Management
  - Agile is not a Noun
  - Using Project Mgmt in Health Care
  - Model for Mgmt Control
0.25   0.25   0.50   1.00  
C067C15 12:00 pm Sessions
  - Programme Mgmt Capacity
  - Why we should choose less choice
  - Agile in Government
  - Shaping Rapid Change
  - Your PMO needs change mgmt!
- 0.25   0.75   1.00  
C067C15 3:30 pm Sessions
  - Integrated Methods to design a PMO
  - Motivated, Happier Teams
  - Increasing Organisational Agility
  - Contract to Facilitate Project Success
  - Change Mgmt Competencies for PMs
0.25   0.25   0.50   1.00  
C067C15 4:30 pm Sessions
  - Secrets of future PMO success
  - Importance of Human Touch
  - Challenges of scrum in distributed teams
  - Condensed Construction
  - Benefits management enabling change
- 0.25   0.75   1.00  

 

Friday - Breakfast, Keynotes & PMINZ AGM

Activity #

Activity Description

Technical

Leadership

Strategic & Bus. Mgmt

Maximum PDUs

C067C15 Breakfast - Government Business Growth - 0.50   0.50   1.00  
C067C15 Chris Cattaway - Trans-national Workforce - - 1.00   1.00  
C067C15 Lynda Bourne - The never ending story of the Stakeholder 0.50   0.50   - 1.00  
C067C15 Dr. Paolo Ponnitti - The Project Management Futurist - 0.25   0.75   1.00  
C067C15 PMINZ AGM 0.75   - - 0.75  

 

Friday - Concurrent Sessions

Activity #

Activity Description

Technical

Leadership

Strategic & Bus. Mgmt

Maximum PDUs

C067C15 10:45 am Sessions
  - Manapouri transformer replacement project
  - It takes a village to raise a project
  - A PMs introduction to evaluation
  - The many faces of leadership
  - PM success viewed through servant leadership
- 0.50   0.50   1.00  
C067C15 1:40 pm Sessions
  - Managing the unpredicable project
  - Cook Islands Renewable Energy Project
  - Dealing with a project hospital pass
  - Project planning using analysis visual tools
  - Culture change - why diversity is vital
0.25   0.25   0.50   1.00  
C067C15 2:35 pm Sessions
  - Making decisions and tracking assumptions
  - Successful outcomes through engagement
  - Good questions. Good answers.
  - How to get value from service providers
  - Predicting progress. Earned value
- 0.25   0.75   1.00