REPORTING PDUS FOR PMI NORTHERN UTAH CHAPTER EVENTS
Visit the PMI Continuing Certification Requirements System to claim PDUs.
- Enter your PMI credentials using the CCRS link
- Once you have logged in, select "Report professional development units (PDUs)" in the left channel
- Step 1 - In the PDU Category, select "Organization Meetings"
- Step 2 - On the Organization meeting page fill in the required information
- In the " Organization/Host" box enter: C105
- In the "Title" box enter: THE TITLE OF THE EVENT
- In the "Date Started' and "Date completed" boxes enter: ACTUAL DATE OF EVENT
- Step 3 - In the "PDUs Claimed" section at the bottom of the screen select the area of the talent triangle that the event qualifies for.
Note: Time can be entered in 15 min increments
- Step 4 - At the bottom of the page Read the "Confirmation and Submission" statement and if you agree, check the "I agree this claim is accurate"
- Step 5 - Click on the "submit" Button
- Print the page for your records
- If you have an email associated with your PMI account you will receive an email confirmation of the submittal and an email approval notification when the PDU has been approved.
If you have any problems with the PDU process or if you have any additional questions please contact PDU@projectmanager.org
Your PDU activities must relate to topics that are substantially consistent with the Exam Content Outline for your certification. Check your certification handbook to understand the PDU amounts needed and the qualifying activities for your certification.
There are tons of opportunities to earn PDUs. Choose the ways that work for you and make the most of your enrichment!
Course or Training
Instructor-led formal education courses or classes held in-person or online
Meetings, activities and local events related to the profession (Typically limited to 1-2 PDUs)
Online or Digital Media
Self-paced learning conducted online or through varied forms of digital media
Self-directed reading that is relevant to the certification you hold
Educational opportunities focused on structured discussions
Work as a Practitioner
Working in your certified role
Creating new knowledge resources for use by practitioners and the public at large
Give a Presentation
Presenting on topics relevant to the profession
Sharing your domain knowledge to help others learn and grow
Providing volunteer services to non-employer or non-client organizations