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Submitting PDUs

While the total number of PDUs for a Project Management professional has not changed, PMI has made noteworthy changes to the PDU process:

To report PDUs, you select Education or Giving Back:

“Giving Back” refers to activities that enable you to share and apply your knowledge and skills as a means to contribute to and help build the profession. The maximum number of total PDUs to be earned in Giving Back has decreased. Within Giving Back, you can report Working as a Professional. The total number of PDUs to be earned in “Working as a Professional” has decreased.

“Education” refers to learning activities that allow you to broaden your knowledge in one of the PMI Talent Triangle skill areas: Technical, Leadership, or Strategic and Business Management.

Technical Project Management: Knowledge, skills and behaviors related to specific domains of Project, Program and Portfolio Management.

Leadership: Knowledge, skills and behaviors specific to leadership-oriented, cross-cutting skills that help an organization achieve its business goals.

Business and Strategic: Knowledge of and expertise in the industry or organization that enhances performance and better delivers business outcomes.

New features include:

A quick dashboard showing you your status, PDU’s remaining to renew and number of days until renewal.


Preloaded PDUs for PMP sponsored trainings. To report attending a PMP sponsored training online, enter in the ID number and the system preloads the number of PDUs to claim and the Talent Triangle areas. In the example below, the PMI event was 0.50 Technical and 0.50 Strategic.