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Newcomer II

(ISC)2 Learn vs. PDI

Is there a difference between the "(ISC)2 Learn" service and the Professional Development Institute (PDI)? They have different web sites (https://learn.isc2.org/d2l/home for Learn and https://www.isc2.org/development for PDI), but they seem to offer the same courses. This arises because when submitting CPEs for a course I took through (ISC)2 Learn, I clicked on the options for a course offered by (ISC)2, but the only option that seemed applicable was courses through the PDI.

 

So, again, are Learn and PDI the same thing?

 

Mike

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Contributor II

Re: (ISC)2 Learn vs. PDI

Interesting... I have only done things through PDI and I get to it by logging in and the under Education & Training. How do you get to learn?

 

And yes, it seems like the same material, but learn seems like it's a level higher than the PDI page.

 

John-

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Contributor III

Re: (ISC)2 Learn vs. PDI

I think they kind of rolled them all together under PDI.

 

The original PDI were big, long courses with video and such.  The ISC2 Learn stuff is shorter (2 CPEs) and not as interactive as the bigger PDI courses.

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Michael Brown, CISSP, HCISPP, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, GSLC, GSTRT, ISSA Fellow
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Newcomer II

Re: (ISC)2 Learn vs. PDI

I get to Learn by clicking on the "My Courses" tab at the top of the Member Dashboard after logging in.

 

Mike