The Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is designed to indicate a level of experience and theoretical knowledge and is increasingly becoming recognised as the qualification for Project Managers. It could be considered similar to the engineering professions’ Professional Engineering Registration or the Accountants’ ACA.
Each of the branches run study groups to assist those wishing to sit their PMP. Contact the branch Professional Development Coordinators for more information.
Information regarding PDU's can be found on our Membership Page under PDUs
Instructions To Submit a PDU Claim to PMI Site please go to CCRS.
The following link will take you to the PMI web site to enable you to rapidly access and download information related to PMP certification:
Apart from assisting members to gain their PMP qualification, PMINZ provides many other opportunities for professional development. The annual conference is the biggest event, usually held in October in one of the main centres. PMINZ also organises seminars, and provides information on accredited training providers.
There is the opportunity for personal development by contributing at a Branch Committee or Board Executive level and there are plenty of speaking opportunities that you may decide to take advantage of.
Participation in any of these activities will earn anyone with the PMP certification Professional Development Units (PDU’s) required to maintain your certification. Each branch has Professional Development Coordinators who can let you know what is happening in your area.
The following links will take you the relevant sections of the PMI web site.
Questions regarding PMI's Certifications and Continuing Certification Requirements can be directed to the following links.