PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY
What a Success!
2020 WMPMI's Professional Development Day
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
RESET YOUR CHANGE SKILLS FOR CAREER SUCCESS
Fast-paced, interactive, interesting, lots of networking, and FUN!
AND Prize winners throughout the day!
- Sean M - Dinner meeting of his choice
- Matt R - Lunch box with goodies
- Danielle W and Ron B - Golf passes
- Steven S - $25 Logan's gift card
- Travis P - Breakfast meeting of his choice
- Brian A - Lunch meeting of his choice
- Jayson A - PDD 2021
- Phillip D - Lunch with WMPMI President
- Linda O, Kristi S, Mark A, Rob R - Choose Your Wow: a book on Disciplined Agile
Additional details are on the PDD Event page.
2020 WMPMI Professional Development Day
Keynote, President of Altium Leadership
Dr. Susan Cain, LCSW
Partner at Corporate Learning Institute
William Johnson, MCT, CPC
Faculty member at Corporate Learning Institute
Professional Development Day (PDD) is an annual event dedicated to learning and networking.
The PDD is designed to cover subjects that are relevant and on-trend in project management. It also provides individuals with an opportunity to earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) towards PMI® certification applications or renewals.
On average 300 professionals attend the event and highly valued speaker(s) present on topics covering Leadership, Strategic and Business Management Skills.
Schedule and Content
This one-day event typically features a speaker who is an expert in the project management field and who may have spoken at a previous WMPMI, another PMI chapter event, or authored a book on project management.
Typically, this event satisfies between 7-8 PDUs.
For members expecting to use event PDUs toward certification renewal, there are a couple of ways to report and apply the event's PDUs.
One way is to provide your PMI ID# at the time of event registration and upon attending the event, the PDUs associated with Chapter events will be reported to PMI (which may take up to four (4) weeks to be applied). PMI will confirm PDU’s via email.
A more timely way is to report your PDUs directly to PMI using the instructions in the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) Handbook.
Individual Rates and Group Discounts
Individual may register for the WMPMI PDD event up to and on the day of the PDD however, members and non-members are encouraged to register early with an early bird pricing discount.
Group discounts for the PDD event are applicable to groups of individuals from the same company or organization (regardless of membership status).
Individual registration fee information, including the group discount rate, will be provided in the registration information when available.
Registration fees may include supplemental material (such as the written work of an authored speaker, or printed copies of a presenter’s slides).
WMPMI volunteers are needed to assist with the event operation such as handling the floor microphones, introducing and assisting speakers, and handling virtual technology as appropriate. Generally, volunteer opportunities for this event will be posted in PMI’s Volunteer Registration Management System (VRMS). The chapter may also put out an open call to membership or make direct inquiries. Selected volunteers may also receive a discounted event registration fee. In addition, volunteers may apply PDUs as “Giving Back to the Profession,” per the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) Handbook.
If you’re interested in volunteering for the PDD, please contact VP of Member Experience.
For further information on this event, please contact the Director of PDD.
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