- Does PMI-VI submit PDU claims for its members, or is it the members’ responsibility?
- What do I need to retain to prove that I attended an event?
- When should I report my PDU activities?
- Should I save up all my claims and do it all at once, or as I receive them?
- How do I submit a PDU claim?
- Who can I talk to if I have further questions on the PDU process?
- How are PDUs tracked for PMI-VI events?
- Can I claim PDUs for activities performed before I got my certification?
- Are PDUs required to renew my CAPM credential?
At this time it is the members’ responsibility to submit PDU claims for events they attend.
For audit purposes, you need to keep a record of events attended, including a description of each of the events. You also need to keep the receipts provided to you by PMI-VI for each event, including dinner meeting events.
PMPs are responsible for reporting all of their professional development activities, ideally as they occur.
It is up to you. However, we suggest that you submit your claims as you earn them.
Receipts are easily printed upon purchasing your ticket. The Chapter keeps a record of attendance at events as back up, in case the claim is ever audited. We urge you to make use of the automated system and remind you that reporting is the responsibility of the member.
If you have not yet achieved your PMP, you can not accumulate PDUs for later. The PDU process only applies to maintaining your professional certification. Before reciept of your PMP, they are referred to as Education Units.
No. The CAPM credential is renewed by retaking the CAPM examination which includes the updates to the PMBOK Guide that have occurred over the last five years.