Once you hold a certification, you start a cycle of participation in the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program which will determine your certification status. A certified practitioner can have the following certification statuses.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I HOLD THE CERTIFICATION?
The moment you earn your certification, you are considered in active status. If you follow all CCR requirements for your certification involving earning and reporting PDUs along with submitting the renewal payment prior to the end of your cycle, you are in active status.
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WHY DO I GET SUSPENDED STATUS?
By contrast, if you don’t meet the CCR program requirements within your cycle dates, you will be acknowledged in suspended status which will last in 1 year. In this case, you may not be referred to as a certification holder or use the certification designation until you earn the required PDUs within the one-year suspension. The date of your next CCR cycle will remain the same after you regain your active status from suspended status.
WHAT IF I DO NOT FOLLOW THE CCR PROGRAM WITHIN THE SUSPENSION YEAR?
Without the required PDUs or the completion of the renewal process within the suspension period, you will lose your certification and go into an expired status. Then, you may not be referred to as a certification holder or use the certification designation. You are required to reapply for the certification by applying for a new application, submitting the payment and retaking the examination.
WHAT DO I DO IF I WANT TO RETIRE FROM BEING AN ACTIVE CERTIFICATION HOLDER?
To be qualified to renounce your active status due to retirement, you must stop earning primary remuneration in the field of project management and must maintain your good standing as a certification holder for 10 years in a row. Once you are in retired status, there’s no need to earn and report PDUs.
You can submit a written request to PMI® by email (Certification.CCR@pmi.org) or fax (1 610 239 2257). There will be a guidelines about retired status and a form to complete sent to you along with a notification of a US$100 processing fee.
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