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Paying the fee alone will not renew your certification, you also have to report 60 PDUs (Professional Development Units = hours) every three years to maintain your PMP certification. See the PMP Credential Handbook to find out how to go about obtaining those required PDUs (see pages 28 to 30).
Yes you can earn one PDU and there are two easy ways to report your PDUs
Reporting your PDU from the PMI website.
Reporting your PDU via the myPMI Mobile App.
Yes you can earn PDUs for volunteer work for a chapter or a forum, as well as other volunteer groups.
See the requirements of what it takes to be eligible to take this certification (see page 7): PMP Credential Handbook
When you join PMI, and then decide to apply for the PMP exam, instead of paying $555 to take the PMP exam, you will only pay $405. That is a good amount of money saved!
Membership is currently $139 for new members and the annual renewal fee is $129.
Visit the following PMI website for the latest information on membership: http://www.pmi.org/membership
Page 5 and 7 of the following handbook from PMI do a great job explaining the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) certification in detail: CAPM Credential Handbook
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