Frequently Asked Questions...
Specific questions for the PMI Metrolina Chapter
- Click on the calendar event for the chapter meeting
- Click the 'Register' link
- Complete the registration page
Yes, there is a non-member registration.
Follow steps below:
- Go to http://www.pmi.org
- Enter Login information in the appropriate fields On the left side of page in the 'MyStatus' box
- Select 'View PDUs' - this will bring you to a new page
- Select 'Report professional development units (PDUs)' - this will present claim form
- Select PDU Category -'Cat 3: Registered Education Provider Program/PMI Component Event' from dropdown box
- Select Activity Type -'Report a component 1-2 PDU Event' from dropdown box
- Click Next button
- Enter Component Search Criteria - 'C015' and select 'Search'
- Click on Component ID - 'C015'
- Enter Activity date completed and Activity title
- Click Next button
- Enter Number of PDUs claimed (1)
- Click Next button
- Attest to submission and Click Submit button
The Chapter holds eleven chapter meetings during the year from January through November. Chapter meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month.Calendar
Each meeting is individually priced depending on the venue and activities associated. We recommend you visit the Communities section of our website to find a meeting near you.
If you register for a community meeting and then find you are unable to attend, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. When contact is made no less than 24 hours before the start time, we will apply the amount paid towards a future meeting. Should contact be made after the 24 hour mark, the registration fee will be forfeited due to venue commitments required by the chapter.
You must first join the global Project Management Institute. Please read more on joining the PMI and our Metrolina Chapter.
Simply click on the following link and add a PMI Metrolina Chapter Membership to your existing PMI national membership.
The membership is $25 per year.
PMI has a Hardship Provision available to any PMI member whose financial condition has changed drastically and sufficiently so that a member would have difficulty renewing their membership. A member must be in good standing for at least three previous years to qualify for the hardship provision.
Under this provision, a member is granted a waiver for one year of PMI membership dues and one year of dues for membership in any two PMI Components of which the applicant was a member the previous year. The Hardship Provision may be granted for a maximum of two years for each member. This information can also be located on the back of the renewal invoice that members receive.
To apply for consideration, send a letter explaining the nature of the hardship, along with the invoice, to the attention of Myra Bastone, Application Supervisor, at email@example.com, prior to the membership expiration date.
Any incorrect or untrue statements made by a member are in violation of the PMI Member Ethical Standards-Member Standards of Conduct and may lead to the initiation of an ethics complaint in accordance with the PMI Member Ethics Case Procedures.
You must first be a member of PMI.org. Your login ID for the metrolina website is the email address on record at PMI Global.
In the menu of the page, click on login, and choose the option resetting your password.
To update your personal information please log on to the www.PMI.org website. Once logged on, you can access your profile. Make the necessary changes to your profile (i.e. e-mail, phone number etc) by selecting 'Go To My Profile'.
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The credentials to earn the Project Management Certification (PMP), Program Management Professional (PgMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) are posted on the national PMI website under Career Development > Our Credentials. Under each certification you can learn more about the qualifications and testing requirements.
You can register online for all PMI certifications by visiting the global PMI website at www.pmi.org. Please note that you must meet the requirements in order to take the exam.
Chairperson positions are appointed by the Officers. Please contact our Volunteers Chairperson at firstname.lastname@example.org with the Chairperson position to express your interest.
Officer positions are elected by the membership. The Nominating Committee prepares a slate for election each year in the month of July. Please contact the Past President at email@example.com if you are interested in becoming an Officer.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNITS (PDUs)
The Metrolina chapter currently does not maintain a database of chapter meeting attendance beyond the online registration tool. Participation in PMP Preparation Courses is maintained for up to two years. You are responsible for keeping track of your course and meeting participation.
PDUs can only be reported on the global PMI website at www.pmi.org. You will need your PMI ID # and PMI Certification # to log in. You can follow this link to report PDUs online to Global: Online PDUs.
We do not offer refunds for community events.
You may send correspondence, including letters, expense reports, and pamphlets to:
PMI Metrolina Chapter
6420 Rea Road, Suite 316
Charlotte, NC 28277
Please address the correspondence to the appropriate party so that we may route it to the correct person as quickly as possible.
For members, there is an option in your member profile to manage receiving Chapter e-mails. Please modify this setting to make the appropriate change. Please note if you opt-out. you will not get meeting updates or notofications.
For non-members, please click the un-subscribe link at the bottom of the email that you received to be removed. To be added to the distribution list as a non-member, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to have a non-member profile established for you.