PMI Columbus GA Chapter

How to Report PDU’s

How to Report PDU’s

Wondering how to report your PDUs? Here are the step-by-step instructions

 

As a credential holder, PDUs must be reported before the end of your credential cycle. For example, as a PMI PMP®, 60 PDUs are required. If you are a credentialed member of the Columbus, GA, Chapter, we will submit PDUs for you within 5 days of a meeting.

 

There are two categories, Education and Giving Back. Here are the instructions for reporting PDUs for the Education category. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for assistance or if you have questions.

 

Visit https://ccrs.pmi.org/ and log in using your PMI account. Your Dashboard indicates the current status of your PDUs. OR Visit https://pmi.org/ and log in using your PMI account. Click myPMI, then click Report PDUs on CCRS.

Click Report PDUs on the left-hand side menu.

 

If you do not have a PDU Claim Code:

    1. Under EDUCATION, click Organization Meetings.
    2. On the Meeting or Conference Information page that comes up:

        1. Organization/Host - enter C098 and it will search for and suggest (C098) PMI Columbus, Georgia Chapter. Click that option to select it.
        2. Title - Enter the title of the meeting.
        3. Meeting Number and Description - skip these optional fields.
        4. Date Started and Date Completed - enter the date of the meeting you are reporting or select it using the calendar button on the right-hand side of the field.
        5. URL - skip this optional field.
        6. In the PDUs Claimed section enter the number of PDUs that fall into each of the three areas of the Talent Triangle. A few notes:

          1. There are no "generic" PDUs. Any reported PDUs must fall into one of the three areas of the Talent Triangle.
          2. For more information about these three areas, please see PMI's Know the Details, or here's a quick overview (from that page) regarding the three areas - "PMI Talent Triangle" flyer.

            • Technical Project Management – Knowledge, skills and behaviors related to specific domains of Project, Program and Portfolio Management.
            • Leadership – Knowledge, skills and behaviors specific to leadership-oriented skills that help an organization achieve its business goals.
            • Business and Strategic – Knowledge of and expertise in the industry or organization that enhances performance and better delivers business outcomes.

        7. I agree this claim is accurate – check the box.
        8. Click the Submit button.

 

If you have a PDU Claim Code:

    1. Under EDUCATION, click Organization Meetings.
    2. Click PDU Claim Code.
    3. Put the PDU Claim Code in the box and click Apply.
    4. On the Course or Training page that comes up:

      1. Provider, Course, Description, and PDUs Claimed will be filled in.
      2. Date Started and Date Completed - enter the date of the meeting you are reporting or select it using the calendar button on the right-hand side of the field.
      3. URL, Contact Person, Contact Phone, Contact Email, and Rating - skip these optional fields.
      4. I agree this claim is accurate – check the box.
      5. Click the Submit button.

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