Volume 1
Issue 2


Faster Forward
Four global professionals give insight into how the PMP credential has furthered their careers.

Asia Pacific
Keeping Current

Europe, Middle East
and Africa

Ahead of the Pack

Latin America
Stand Out Success

North America
License to Train

Extra Credit

Earning the required Professional Development Units
to maintain your Project Management Professional credential can be a natural educational fit instead of
a chore.

Some holders of the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential seem to have a knack for turning appropriate special things they’re doing at work and in their personal lives into Professional Development Units (PDUs). Others wonder which activities beyond the usual courses qualify to earn PDUs. by Suzanne Young  Read full article


Upward Trend

Whatís behind the trend toward Project Management Professional certification, and why do companies like Procter & Gamble and Atrion put so much stock in its holders?

Itís a hot commodity. Multinational companies demand it. Governments have adopted it as standard. The Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential has gone a long way toward global acceptance as the certification standard. by Ross Foti
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Volunteerism: A Great Way to Earn PDUs
Participating in volunteer activities can enrich professional development.

Attend MEGA SeminarsWorld, Earn Up to 28 PDUs
PMIís MEGA SeminarsWorld® takes place 27Ė30 March 2006 in Anaheim, Calif., USA

PMP Credential Consistently Rated as a Top Certification Among IT Professionals

Build Project Teams Through CAPM Certification

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