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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I report the PDUs I earn with The Griffin Tate Group to PMI®? -

To report your Professional Development Units (PDUs), you will need to submit a PMP® Professional Development Activities Reporting Form directly to PMI®. For more details about this process visit www.PMI.org

What are PMI® certifications? -

Click here to review PMI's comprehensive certification program.

Which PMI® Certification is right for me? -

Click here to review the required qualifications.

How do I qualify to take the CAPM exam? -

Click here to review the required qualifications.

I need contact hours to obtain a PMI® credential. Do Griffin Tate Group courses meet this requirement? -

The Griffin Tate Group, Inc.is a Charter, Global Registered Education Provider® (REP). All of our courses provide PDUs or contact hours. PMI R.E.P.s are organizations that have been 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 R.E.P. designation, a provider must meet or exceed rigorous standards for quality and effectiveness as defined by PMI.

Will Griffin Tate deliver courses on-site at my company? -

If your company has a group of 10 or more employees to train, we can schedule a private course at your company’s site. You can find a list of available courses on the on-site training page of this site. For more information contact Robin  Snyder at 513.563.3545 Ext. 2.

How can I qualify to attend Train the Trainer? -

First, you must complete an application form. Then attend a GTG Essential Skills for Managing Projects workshop to gain a thorough understanding of TGTG CORE Project Management™ Method and how it is taught. To obtain an application form, call 513.563.3545 Ext. 2 for locations and dates of the TTT workshop.

What will I learn at your Train the Trainer workshop? -

You will learn and become certified to teach four of the Griffin Tate Group's project management workshops, including: 1) Essential Skills for Managing Projects; 2) Getting Started in Project Management; and 3) Essential Skills for Sponsoring Projects. Each of these workshops is designed to develop project management core competency throughout all areas of your organization. The TTT program allows your organization to optimize the effectiveness of both the instructor and the employee by providing cost effective, continuous in-house training and mentoring resources for project teams and individuals.

What can I expect out of your Train the Trainer course? -

To report your Professional Development Units (PDUs), you will need to submit a PMP® Professional Development Activities Reporting Form directly to PMI®. For more details about this process visit www.PMI.org

How long does it take to complete a workshop? -

Griffin Tate courses are aligned with the PMI R.E.P. standard of one PDU awarded for every one hour of structured learning activity