Daily Quiz 15 Apr 2020

A customer has requested a change that requires you to obtain new equipment. You need to decide whether to lease or buy the equipment. The daily lease cost is US $150. The cost of purchasing the item is US $2,000 investment cost and US $50 daily cost. You will need to use the item for about 12 days. What should you do?

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For all PMI® certification holders:

All PMP®, PgMP®, PfMP®, PMI-ACP®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-SP®, PMI-PBA® must earn PDUs to actively maintain their certification(s). These PDUs can be earned through various professional development activities that center on one of two areas:

  1. Education: Learning opportunities that allow you to expand and enhance your technical, leadership, or strategic and business management skills.
  2. Giving back to the Profession: Activities that enable you to share and utilize your knowledge and skills as a means to contribute to and help build the profession.

There are different CCR requirements for each PMI® certification:

  1. PMP®/PgMP®/PMI-PBA® Certification: requires 60 PDUs to keep PMP®/PgMP® certificate in good standing for every 3-year certification cycle.There is no limit on the number of PDUs that can be earned in education, and the minimum number of PDUs in education is 35.
  2. PMI-RMP®/PMI-ACP® Certification: requires 30 PDUs to keep PMI-RMP®/PMI-ACP® certificate in good standing for every 3-year certification cycle. There is no limit on the number of PDUs that can be earned in education, and the minimum number of PDUs in education is 18.

IMT-PM, the global PMI R.E.P. #4760, offers various all-in-one PDU Bundles for PMP®/ PgMP®/ PMI-ACP®/ PMI-RMP® Renewal. Our best sellers are:

For PMP Aspirants:

To be eligible for the PMP® certification, you must complete 35 contact hours of formal education in project management.
IMT-PM, the global PMI R.E.P. #4760, offers various courses for PMP® Exam Preparation to help you earn 35 PDUs (i.e. 35 pre-approved contact hours) as follows:

Source: PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) Handbook.