PMI's Project Management Professional ("PMP®") credential is the project management profession's most globally recognized and respected certification credential. To obtain PMP certification an individual must satisfy education and experience requirements, agree to and adhere to a Code of Ethics, and pass the PMP Certification Examination. Worldwide there are over 759,000 PMPs who provide project management services in 207 countries. Many corporations require, for individual advancement within the corporation or for employment, the individual have the PMP credential. To find more information on PMI's credential's certifications go to https://www.pmi.org/certifications.
To learn more about re-certification, the Continuing Certification Requirements Program, visit the PMI National site. Or, follow one of the topic links below.
- Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) Program (https://www.pmi.org/certifications/certification-resources/maintain)
- Professional Development Unit (PDU) Qualifying Activities (https://www.pmi.org/certifications/certification-resources/maintain/earn-pdus)
- CCR Cycle Timeframes
- Reporting Forms
- View your PDUs transcript online
- CCR FAQs
- CCR HandbookHandbook