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PMI Baltimore Chapter Members,

The proposed chapter bylaws are posted for your review for 30 days followed by a membership vote.

Members will receive private login credentials and a separate email containing the ballot.

Click here to download the proposed chapter bylaws

2019 Corporate Training - PMP®, PMI-RMP®, PMI-ACP ® and General Project Management Training Courses

February 2019 

If your corporate goals include obtaining PMI certifications – Project Management Professional (PMP®), PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP®), Agile Certified Professional (PMI-ACP ®), Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) or general project management training to improve your corporation efficiency or to meet government requirements, then the PMI® Baltimore Chapter can help you achieve your goals.

The Baltimore Chapter can conduct our complete suite of training courses at your location during the week or weekends.

Students will earn the required Professional Development Units (PDUs), or training hours, to meet the exam application requirements for PMI®’s certifications.

Courses are conducted by experienced instructors, certified in the credential, and focus on both factual knowledge and situational analysis, during the sessions.

For certification courses, students are expected to have a suitable background and experience required of the certification. Students who attend the PMI and CAPM certification classes need to be a member of PMI.

Depending on the course, the current applicable PMI® guide (i.e., PMBOK® Guide 6th ed.) is used along with course presentations and other study materials.  Additionally, courses include real time in class practice tests, results and group discussions on situational analysis depending on the certification.

To discuss training opportunities, please contact Debra Patterson, VP Education at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



PMI Baltimore Chapter will miss Fran Martin

fran2Fran Martin, PMP

Fran Martin’s dedicated service to this chapter will be difficult to replicate. To say that we will miss her is an understatement. She has served in many roles, and on several occasions, too numerous to count. Most notably, she served for many years on the Board of Directors of the PMI Baltimore Chapter as the Vice President of Education, and most recently as Site Finance Director for the Annapolis site.
While we will certainly miss Fran, and we wish her all the best in future journeys as she begins her next life chapter in the Myrtle Beach area. While she may be a bit unsure as to what direction life will take her, we’re betting there will be a non-profit that will benefit from her wisdom and dedication to service. People like Fran can’t be stopped. Helping others is an integral part of who she is.
Best wishes to Fran and THANK YOU from all of us here at PMI Baltimore!