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You probably know that you have to submit continuing education activities for recertification. But, did you know that half of your continuing education credits can be non-industry specific if the learning objective of the session/course is related to one of the 10 domains of the CMP International Standards? 

What does "non-industry specific but relating to the CMP Standards" mean? It means, for example, that if you have a general course topic entitled "Project Management 101," it can be used for continuing education. Since the course is not event/meeting specific, it will be counted towards your non-industry-specific hours as Project Management is a domain in the CMP International Standards. Questions on the topic? The CMP Recertification Handbook is a great resource. You may also contact a member of the CMP team for answers.

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