As part of our mission to make project managers more successful, we’re out to make getting and keeping your PMP® (or other PMI® certification) a little bit easier. One way to do this is by presenting PDU "qualifying activities" to stream right to your screen. It’s entertaining, engaging, educational and, best of all, easy. And if you’re a PMI Member and have logged in with your PMI credentials OR previously connected your ProjectManagement.com account to your PMI account, your Education PDUs will be reported directly to PMI! Here’s what you do to get PDUs on ProjectManagement.com:
Education PDUs for activities such as PMXPO, PMI Community Webinars and Webinar Recordings, Project HEADWAY Webinars, and virtual events will automatically be reported on your behalf as they align with the Talent Triangle. The minimum number of PDUs required in each area of the Talent Triangle is as follows:
ProjectManagement.com also has a series of videos available that you may self-report. This is a really easy way to keep your certification up to date. You can claim these PDUs as part of the Education category under any of the Talent Triangle areas. That gets you well on your way to the number you need for maintaining your certification status. We have lots of videos to choose from, with interviews and presentations from PM thought leaders, and we’ll be adding more entertaining and engaging online learning opportunities soon, so keep checking back.
Watch, learn, enjoy!
That’s easy enough, right? Our goal is to provide content that will keep your attention and give you a deeper understanding of PM principles and strategies.
Where can I find my PDUs on ProjectManagement.com?
Why aren’t my PDUs being recorded on PMI?
Is there a certificate of completion for the webinars that I viewed?
How long does it take for a PDU to reflect on my Continuing Certification Requirements transcript?
I watched a video, why hasn’t the PDU been reported to PMI?
How do I manually report a PDU I did not earn on ProjectManagement.com?
Consult the Certification User Guide or the PMI Continuing Certification Requirements Handbook for any other questions you might have about PDUs and maintaining your certification.
For your convenience, here's information on the newest PDU Category Structure and Policies.