Examples how you can volunteer:
- Make a presentation in PMI Finland Chapter Breakfast Round Table (BRT) in Helsinki, Hyvinkää, Tampere, Turku or Vaasa
- Write an article and get it published on PMI Finland Chapter webpage
- Arrange a webinar for PMI Finland Chapter members
For open positions see PMI Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS) or drop us a free form message via Contacts form.
PMI Educational Foundation has material what can be given to schools for teaching basics of project managements to students.
We have volunteering opportunities for persons who wish to bring PM information to schools. Often this school that the one where one’s kids are going and we wish that our children are provided with basic information early in their schoold career and thus have benefits of PM knowledge already during their school years.
You can be voluneer by ‘adopting a school’ and we also offer coordination position who will help and work with the volunteers in this area.
The volunteer shall contact school and work through the material with teachers, enabling teachers to use the material in their work. Intention is that volunteer will not be working directly with students, but supporting teachers as required.
To volunteer, please contact: vesa.koskela( at )pmifinland.org
PMI will launch the new CCR Program on Dec. 1st 2015 and PDUs need to be earned and claimed a little different. The overall framework of the CCR program remains the same. Certification holders will continue to earn PDUs in the categories of Education and Giving Back. Here are the highlights of how PDUs in those categories are classified:
60% of PDUs are now required in this category, providing you with additional educational opportunities.
Education PDUs are aligned with the PMI Talent Triangle.
A minimum number of PDUs must be earned in Technical Project Management, Leadership, and Strategic and Business Management categories.