1. What is the process for continuing PMP certification? What happens at the end of the continuing certification cycle?
The following is a summary of the PMP continuation certification process:
1) Each month the PMI Records Office submits the latest continuation certification cycle information to the PMI Certification Department. This information lists the PMP required to complete the PDU. PMPs can view declared activities by examining online records.
2) When the PMP has completed the necessary PDUs, and PMI has confirmed that the PMP has submitted the PDU to the Certification Department of the PMI Global Operations Center, each PMP will automatically receive an application form for continuing certification. PMPs may receive packages for continued certification before the end of the certification cycle. Example: A PMP should expire on December 31, 2005, but continued certification was completed in 2003. He will then receive a continuing certification mailing package valid from January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2008. It is recommended that all PMPs keep certification documents in a safe and easily accessible location.
3) The PMP must complete the application for continued certification and send it back to the PMI Certification Department.
4) After receiving the completed application form for continuing certification, the certification department will process the continuing certification of PMP, and send the updated PMP certificate package. The PMP should receive the updated PMP credential package within 4-6 weeks of PMI's receipt of the completed application for continued certification.

2. Will I receive a new PMP certificate after I complete the continuing certification requirements?
Yes, PMPs who have completed 60 PDUs will receive an updated credential package from the Accreditation Department after the PMI Records Office has confirmed that the PMP has submitted the necessary learning activities. (Please make sure you have the correct mailing address at PMI. If there is a change during the certification period, please notify in time. An incorrect mailing address will result in a delay in delivering updated documents.)
3. Will my PMP status be affected if I do not meet the requirements to continue certification?
Failure to meet continued certification requirements will affect certification status. PMI suspends or revokes PMP certification if the PMP does not meet the requirements for continued certification within one year of the end of the certification cycle.

4. I just found out that I did not complete the required PDUs and my Continuing Certification deadline has passed, what should I do?
If the PMP does not complete/declare the required PDUs by the end date of the continuing certification cycle. There will be a one-year grace period to meet the requirements. If the requirements for maintaining certification have not been met after one year, the PMP certification will be cancelled.
5. If I submit the stipulated 60 PDUs after the end of the continuing certification cycle. Will my certification cycle change?
No, the authentication period for PMP will not change. If the original cycle deadline of PMP is December 31, 2001, the next certification cycle of PMP is from January 1, 2002 to December 31, 2004. No matter how late the 60 PDUs are filed. Example: A PMP period expired on December 31, 2001, but only 30 PDUs were submitted before the expiration date. In June 2002, an additional 30 PDUs were submitted. Expired Continued Certification Period requirements are met. The new PMP certificate will be mailed, and the next continuing certification cycle on the certificate is still from January 1, 2002 to December 31, 2004.

6. I have more than the specified number of PDUs in my current certification cycle. Can I apply to transfer them to the next new certification cycle?
A maximum of 20 excess PDUs from the current continuation cycle may be rolled over to the next continuation cycle as specified by the PMI Certification Governing Council (CGC). These PDUs must be more than the specified number of PDUs (currently 60). This process will be automated by the PMI Office of Records. The PMP's online records will be updated to reflect this.


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