Since December last year PDUs needs to be reported against PMI's Talent Triangle. For the PMI Netherlands Summit 2016 the division of PDUs over this Triangle is pre-defined. Claiming PDUs for the PMI Netherlands Summit 2016 (and other PMI Netherlands Chapter Events) should be done using the next steps:

  1. Log in to CCRS.
  2. Click on Search Activities (left column)
  3. Enter the Acitivity number of the session you attended in the Search field behind Activities 
  4. Click on search
  5. You will see information on the event and the distribution over the PMI Triangle for the various certifications
  6. Click on Report PDU for this activity (located on the top-right corner above the distribution).
  7. Fill in the dates of the activity and tick the box that the claim is accurate and click on the SUBMIT button
  8. A thank you window will appear and after a while you will receive two mails (one that you have submitted the claim and one it is approved).
  9. Repeat steps 2-8 for each session you have attended.

Since December last year PDUs needs to be reported against PMI's Talent Triangle. For Chapter Meetings the division of PDUs over this Triangle is pre-defined. Claiming PDUs for Chapter Meeting (and other PMI Netherlands Chapter Events) should be done using the next steps:

  1. Log in to CCRS.
  2. Click on Search Activities (left column)
  3. Enter the Acitivity number in the Search field behind Activities 
  4. Click on search
  5. You will see information on the event and the distribution over the PMI Triangle for the various certifications
  6. Click on Report PDU for this activity (located on the top-right corner above the distribution).
  7. Fill in the dates of the activity and tick the box that the claim is accurate and click on the SUBMIT button
  8. A thank you window will appear and after a while you will receive two mails (one that you have submitted the claim and one it is approved).

 

PMI Netherlands Chapter volunteers will earn PDUs for their activities.

As you can imagine with any volunteer organization, the PMI NL Chapter cannot achieve its objectives without the active participation of its members in executing certain projects and activities. They do the work voluntarily, but as token of appreciation they will earn PDUs for it.

Volunteers can claim PDUs in category E, as follows:

  • PDU rule: 1 PDU is awarded for 1 hour of volunteer (non-service. To claim PDUs for service as an elected officer or appointed committee member, you must serve in the role for a minimum of three months. The number of volunteer hours must be input when claiming the PDUs.
  • Maximum: The PDUs claimed in this category count against the maximum45 PDUs (or, 20 PDUs for PMI-RMP and PMI-SP) allowed for "Giving Back to the Profession" categories (Categories D, E, and F) per 3-year cycle.
  • Documentation required upon PMI audit/request: If volunteer services: letter or certificate from the organization served acknowledging you leading project tasks or participating as part of a project team. If coaching or mentoring services: evidence supporting your coaching or mentoring arrangement, including notes from and dates of discussion or reading. This is part of the annual PDU overview that our entire member PMPs will receive at the beginning of a new year.

More info on the PDU structure in the document: new PDU CategStructure_Final

 

 

Members can claim their PDU’s for extending any of the PMI the certifications via the Continuing Certification Requirements System (CCRS) that is in operation on the PMI.org website. 

The new CCR system allows members to do the following:

  1. View PDU activities, for listing PDUs that you already have claimed
  2. Report PDUs, for new activities

Follow this procedure to claim PDUs: