It’s during the COVID-19 pandemic lock-down.  In fact, at the time of this writing, we still are in the US.

Professional licensure and certification bodies’ continuing education requirements have not been lifted, even though their members are missing a huge continuing education unit generator, monthly meetings!

This condition is generating weekly inquiries to our virtual offices regarding “how can you help me maintain my credential?  I’m at risk of losing it because I am shy of the maintenance requirement!”

So, we pivoted.  PDU University was born!

It will be the “amazon.com of professional development” Vets2PM’s COO, Jeremy Burdick, a retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, commented.

While brand new, and still small, course vendor inquiries are beginning to come in, “how do we get our continuing education unit courses into this marketplace?”

We’re building it out now!

If you need PMI-approved PDU courses to maintain your PMP, check out www.pduuniversity.com today.  If you have approved courses you’d like to offer, reach out to Jeremy at jeremy@vets2pm.com.

You have spent a lot of time, effort, and money to earn your credential, don’t loose it!  Ne perdas mandatum!

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Eric “Doc” Wright, PhD, is a Military Veteran, Business Philosopher, Founder of Vets2PM, LLC and it’s PDU University, Co-Founder of the national 501(c)3 Veteran Project Management Mentor Alliance, Contributing Author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller Game Changers (https://bit.ly/NewGameChangersBook), and Keynote Speaker of People Up! The 6 Principles of Navigating Organizational Culture Change Successfully without Sinking the Ship!  His work has helped thousands of military veterans achieve meaningful, lucrative post-service careers by successfully transitioning between two of the most disparate organizational cultures around: the US Military and Corporate America!  In fact, Vets2PM is the 2019 Department of Labor Gold Award Winner for its veteran hiring initiatives!  You can find him on Twitter, Facebook, & LinkedIn with the handle “docwright2012”, or at www.vets2pm.com/blog.