The last quarter of 2015 saw three regional meetings of PMI India
Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.). These meetings were held in
Bengaluru, Mumbai, and New Delhi, covering southern, western and
northern regions, respectively. Themed ‘Exploring Opportunities for
Advancement and Growth’, the meetings provided an opportunity for
R.E.P.s to discuss prospects for further collaboration with PMI India
and ways to grow the business.
The meetings helped facilitate deeper interactions with R.E.P.s, and
share the latest updates and new initiatives by PMI India. The R.E.P.s
received a brief overview of the marketing and branding activities being
undertaken for advocacy of project management profession, PMI
certifications and membership. PMI used this interaction to answer
queries about changes in the Project Management Practioner (PMP)® exam, CCRS Update and Talent Triangle, Economic Exception Pilot Sunset, and Paper Based Test campaigns.
PMI urged R.E.P.s to participate more actively in PMI India national and
regional conferences as well as PMI India awards. PMI shared details
about various events and activities that were organized recently. In the
open forum, R.E.P.s voiced their suggestions to bring in more queries
for PMI certifications and trainings, and increase footfalls in their
training centers. The participants showed keen interest in collaborating
with PMI across regions for the dissemination of information and
sharing of best practices. As an outcome of the meetings, several new
joint initiatives were outlined for 2016.
As part of this series, one more meeting is lined up in the first quarter of 2016 in south India.
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