PMI CWCC supports the ongoing professional development of certified Project Management credential holders and the maintenance of their PMI certification through our Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program. Once again, a major focus for programming will be developed around the new PMI Talent Triangle.
If you hold a PMI credential (CAPM/PMP/PgMP/PMI-SP/PMI-RMP/PMI-ACP) and you attend the 2017 Conference & Industry Showcase, you have the opportunity to earn Professional Development Units (PDUs).
How do I claim my PDUs?
- Log on to PMI Website with your PMI ID and password.
- On your “myPMI” page under the Certification Status, click on “Report PDUs on CCRS”.
- From the left menu bar, click on “Search Activities”.
- Type in “CWCC2017” and click “Search”.
- It should return 25 results. These are all activities for the 2017 Conference where you could claim PDUs from – refer to this search result for a complete list of activities and its associated codes.
- Browse through the result and select the registered session you would like to claim PDUs for.
- Once selected, click “Report PDU for this activity”.
- Fill in the dates (it will either be September 11 or September 12).
- Review and make sure everything is correct. (Please note that all the sessions have been pre-determined with the PDU category you are able to claim – you do not need to change it).
- Click “I agree this claim is accurate”.
- Click “Submit”.
- Repeat the above steps to claim the rest of your sessions.
- Please note that you can claim 1 PDU only if you participate the entire PMI CWCC Professional Knowledge Sharing during the Networking Reception on September 11.
What is a Professional Development Unit (PDU)?
- The PDU is the measuring unit used to qualify approved learning and professional services activities.
- These activities must be related to project management topics that are substantially consistent with the knowledge areas and processes as outlined by A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and involve appropriate expert resources.
- Typically, one PDU is earned for every one hour spent in a planned, structured learning experience or activity. Fractions of PDUs may be reported in 0.25 increments following one full hour.