Successful PMP®/CAPM® : Continuing Education Requirements
- You can be certain that PMP/CAPM certification will maintain its prestigious standing worldwide. This is due in part to the Project Management Institute’s tireless commitment to supporting the highest standards and practices of its credentialed members. The Continued Certification Requirements (CCR) program is a vital part of this commitment. It ensures that individuals holding PMP/CAPM certification demonstrate ongoing commitment to professional growth and development, a criterion of all high-end professional organizations.
Information about Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) to maintain your PMP/CAPM status can be found on the CCR Handbook in PMI® website.
You need 60 hours of continuing education related to project management (also referred to as Professional Development Units or PDUs) within 3 years to maintain your PMP/CAPM status.
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Another course that provides PMI PDUs for continuous education is the PMstudy.com course for reviewing PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition (valid for those who have not taken the PMP Exam based on PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition)