What are REPs?
REPs are organisations that PMI has approved to offer training in project management and issue professional development units (PDUs) to meet the continuing education requirements needed by PMI credential holders. To earn the REP designation, a provider must meet or exceed PMI’s rigorous standards for quality and effectiveness.
Why train with a REP?
Courses offered by REPs, PMI chapters and PMI itself are pre-approved for contact hours to fulfill PMI’s certification eligibility requirements, and PDUs to help you continue your professional development and to maintain your PMI credential. The PDU eligibility of contact hours/courses from other providers is the responsibility of certification candidates and will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
More information about the REP Program is available in the Learning section of the PMI website. You can also search PMI's global directory of REPs.
The PMI REP Program is being replaced on the 31st of December 2020 with a new ATP (Authorized Training Provider) program.
PMI Queensland REP partners
PMIQ is proud to partner with selected REPs who deliver training in Queensland.
Our partners provide a range of project, portfolio, and program management related training programs to suit any skill and experience level. They deliver high-quality training in-class or online learning modules, and at different times to suit your learning needs.
Click the REP’s logo to view their profile and link to their website for a detailed description of the courses they offer.
Want to partner with PMIQ?
If you are an approved REP that has registered a Queensland office with PMI, please contact our Associate Director, Professional Development.