Chapter Info

How often does the local PMI chapter meet?

The Alamo PMI Chapter of PMI facilitates a membership dinner meeting on the fourth Wednesday of every month. Our last monthly meeting for the year occurs in October. Monthly meetings resume in January of the following year. In addition, there are a number of other meetings, workshops, classes, and opportunities to network with other PMI members.  See our Event Calendar.

What is my default password when logging on to Alamo PMI's website for the first time?

Your default password is your password when you log in. Our local Alamo PMI website subscribes to PMI's single sign-on. If you are a guest, you an create a local account and you will have the option to change your password.

Each time I log onto the Alamo PMI my information is wrong. Why does it keep changing?

The Alamo PMI membership database is a mirror image of the database and we refresh the data in the Alamo PMI Chapter database each few days. Member profile updates should be maintained through the  The chapter site password is the same as your PMI Global site password. Remember that your email address you provided PMI is the one that will be used to verify your chapter membership. If you use a different email address than the one you gave PMI the chapter website will not recognize you as a member.

Membership Info

How do I apply for PMI membership?

Membership in PMI does not require PMP Certification. By joining PMI you agree to adhere to the PMI Member Code of Ethics. Complete the membership applications available. Note that there are different membership types; view the PMI website at for their rates. 

How do I apply for ALAMO PMI membership?

If you are already a member of Global PMI you can become a member of Alamo PMI Chapter  The Alamo PMI Chapter provides a 'network of expertise' such as:

Discounted Educational opportunities to improve PM skills and maintain your PMP
Face-to-face contact with peers from various organizations and industries working in the project management field.
Advancement of project management profession within local businesses, universities and professional organizations in the Greater San Antonio and surrounding areas.
Promotion of project management professionalism through chapter activities, a bi-monthly newsletter, meetings and other educational programs designed to strengthen the knowledge, awareness and understanding of project management principles, tools and techniques.
Support for PMP Exam preparation through the organization of study groups. 
Please contact the VP Membership if you have questions. 

How often is the Alamo PMI membership database updated?

The Alamo PMI Chapter's Membership database is updated directly from a PMI Global file feed every few days.  For example, if you just updated your PMI profile to include the Alamo PMI Chapter, your membership details will be in the chapter's database within a week.  You must plan ahead if you wish to receive Alamo PMI discounted member fees for a chapter event.

How do I get my name on the Volunteers list?

Sign up through's VRMS (Volunteer Relationship Management System) and let us know all about your past volunteer experiences. View and Update your Volunteer Profile and let us know in what Areas of Interest your best suited to assist us. You can also Find Opportunities to serve all over the world. 

My certification is not appearing on my name tag during monthly meetings. How do I correct this?

 In order to have your certifications appear under your name on your Alamo namerag during monthly meetings, you will need to log into your account. Once signed in, to go MY ACCOUNT INFO, then scroll down to the CUSTOM FIELDS section and make sure the CERTIFICATIONS area is filled out and the boxes are checked for Directory and Other Listings.


How do I earn PDUs?

You must be a member of PMI and a credentialed PMP to obtain credit for earned PDUs. There are many ways to earn PDUs.  The Alamo PMI chapter provides a number of these including: Membership Dinner Meetings, Professional Development Days, Education Workshops, and volunteer opportunities within the chapter.

Can I count such and such course, project, etc. for PDUs?

All decisions made to accept an activity for PMI PDU credit is done by the Global Project Management Institute organization.  Here is the PMI site on Maintaining  your Certification.   If you still have questions after reviewing the handbook on the CCR guideline, the PMI contact information is listed in the last section of the handbook.

How do I record my new PDUs with PMI HQ?

Each PMP is responsible for submitting PDUs and maintaining a file to verify each PDU submitted.  To submit PDUs is quite simple and can best be done through the website or through the CCRS website.

Detailed Answer: 

  1. Log on to
  2. Click View PDUs
  3. Logon with your PMI Membership Number, PMP Certification Number, and first 4 letters of your name and select PMI PDU Self Report Form and click the LOGIN button.
  4. Then there are many options depending on the Category you select.
  5. The one Category you often use is Category 3. Either enter the Provider ID and Course ID; or find the Provider.  To find Alamo PMI; search on 'Alamo PMI'.  Our chapter's Provider ID is CO77.
  6. If you don't know the Course ID; you will need to look at the Course Name. The Course ID is in Month/Day/Year format. We do not encourage it but you can also submit PDUs by postal mail or fax. 

Mailing address:

Project Management Institute
Attention: CCR Department
14 Campus Boulevard
Newtown Square, PA 19073

Fax number:

(484) 631-1332

Attention: CCR Department

I teach Project Management classes. How do I record my PDUs with PMI HQ?

Use PDU Category 2C – Speaker/teacher on project management topic at a conference, symposium, workshop or formal course. Submit your 10 PDUs through the website or here.

Detailed Answer: 

  1. Log on to
  2. Click View PDUs
  3. Login with your PMI Membership Number, PMP Certification Number, and first 4 letters of your name and select PMI PDU Self Report Form and click the LOGIN button.
  4. Select Category 2c: Speaker on a project management topic at an education program to answer the prompt – What activity do you wish to claim?
  5. Complete the information requested.
  6. You are on your honor to correctly answer these questions.
  7. In your PDU history, keep some proof that you taught this class.


What is PMP certification?

PMI's Project Management Professional (PMP) credential is the project management globally recognized and respected certification credential. An individual must satisfy education and experience requirements, agree to and adhere to a Code of Professional Conduct, and pass the PMP Certification Examination to obtain the PMP certification.  Please review the PMP Handbook.

How can I prepare for the PMP exam?

We offer PMP classes. See our Event Calendar for more information. Contact us with questions.

As a member, how do I download the latest version of the PMBOK?

PMI has now posted a secured version of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Sixth Edition here

What are the training and education requirements for PMPs?

Inquiries regarding whether certain training and education meet the PMI professional development requirements can only be answered by the national PMI organization.  Please visit for details or download the PMP Handbook.

Professional Development

How do I make a reservation for the next Chapter Meeting?

You can register for the dinner meeting through the Event Calendar by using a credit card. Early registration closes on the Monday at noon prior to the scheduled event. Contact us if you have any difficulties with registration or questions. If you register but cannot attend the meeting, please cancel your registration by the Sunday before the meeting.  Your refund will be made by check and sent to you after the meeting date.  Your registration cannot be canceled following the Thursday before the meeting. Substitute representatives can apply. Contact us if you have special circumstances. 

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