PMI members must earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) to keep their credential in good standing. The Ireland Chapter hosts many events throughout the year that offer PDUs for our membership. Attending Ireland Chapter events is the easier and most cost effective way of maintaining your credentials.
Automatic Reporting of PDUs for Members
Where possible, The Ireland Chapter of PMI will report PDUs for the events that it hosts. To qualify for automatic PDU registration, the member must register for an event via the Events Page and must also sign the attendance sheet at an event. We aim to report PDUs on your behalf within 3 weeks of the event. Automatic registration is not available for non members.
For the 2020 Events, all PDU Claim codes are listed on the Events Archive page:
Self Reporting of PDUs
For non-chapter activities, you will need to report the PDUs yourself:
Log in to the Continuing Certification Requirements System on the PMI Global web site.
Click on 'Report professional development units (PDUs)' on the left-hand side of the page.
Perform the various steps to claim your PDUs providing information as requested. Specific information for each Ireland Chapter event type follows.
PMI Customer Care will notify you of receipt of your report within a few minutes via the preferred e-mail address in your PMI profile.
Guide to Certification Requirements
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You'll find a very useful guide presented at a recent Chapter Event on on the newly updated CCR requirements and how to maintain your accreditation below:
Troubleshooting & Technical Support
If you encounter problems logging your volunteer hours, please contact the Irish branch of EMEA customer care at 042 682 5616. This line operates from 9am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday