We're thrilled to announce NEW partnerships with industry giants – SHRM and PMI-MN
These partnerships allow us to bring you even more value and opportunities for growth in your career.
Now offering Pre-approved SHRM and PMI-MN courses, Skilldora is your go-to platform for professional development and continuing education!
If you hold a SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP credential, you know how important it is to maintain your credential. Skilldora has been pre-approved by SHRM to offer HR/HR-related educational offerings identified with the SHRM Recertification for recertification professional development credits (PDCs). This means that you can easily fulfill your continuing education requirements while learning from our expert instructors and staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends and practices.
Skilldora is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities.
If you hold a PMP credential and are a PMI-MN member, we have exciting news as well. You can now take full advantage of Skilldora's virtual-live signature training workshops and courses at a discounted rate. All of Skilldora's workshops are PDU eligible, certified, and will provide next level concepts and future forward innovative concepts for Project Managers, enabling them to compete at the highest levels in today's modern world!
Skilldora Welcomes Certified Scrum Masters CSMs & Product Owners POs seeking SEUs
Scrum Alliance provides a detailed breakdown of SEU-eligible activities on their website, along with guidelines on how to calculate the number of SEUs earned for each activity. It's important to note that CSM holders must earn a minimum of 20 SEUs every two years to maintain their certification.
Skilldora helps with this by offering CSMs and POs Independent Learning opportunities and Professional Development:
- Independent learning: This includes reading books or articles, watching videos or webinars, or attending non-Scrum Alliance conferences or events.
- Professional development: This involves attending courses or workshops that are not necessarily Scrum-specific but are relevant to the Scrum Master's professional development.