Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) Program

Like Albert Einstein said, “Learning never stops.” In today’s competitive world, where it is important to evolve yourself, personally, intellectually and professionally, one needs to constantly groom the above said aspects. Professionally, outmoded techniques stand no chance. A well-updated, employee is always considered as an asset to the company. PMI apprehends an employee’s need to stay up to date. While earning a PMI certification gives you an upper hand, maintaining it gives you a significant professional superiority over others, helping you to stay as a vital resource for your employer and cater to your company’s demands.

To address the importance of skills that are mandatorily required by employers worldwide, PMI has developed a programme, well-defined in the PMI Talent TriangleTM. Giving you the required counseling needed to sustain yourself in dynamic professional environment.

Report PDUs

Visit our online Continuing Certification Renewal System (CCRS) to report PDUs and view your certification records.


Have questions about maintaining your certifications?

Read Frequently Asked Questions about PDUs, the CCR program, and more.

How to maintain your certification?

By engaging in professional development activities and earning professional development units (PDUs), you can stay certified. You will be provided with plenty of opportunities to gain PDUs.

Certification-Specific Requirements

For every three-year certification cycle, it is necessary to collect specific amount of PDUs, with the exception of CAPM®. All certifications are followed by different requirements, hence it is advisable to study the specific handbook for more information. As for Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)®, you will be required to take the exam again before the end of your five-year certification cycle.