Recertification Process

Resource Management Certified Professional (RMCP)® Recertification Process

Achieving certification demonstrates that you have mastered the core principles of Resource Management (RM) and that you are committed to your personal and professional development within the discipline. By maintaining your certification, you are showing growth, validating your experience and knowledge, and demonstrating that your RM skills are current and relevant.

Resource management certification is valid for two years
Keep certification status active by retaking certification exam or by earning 20 Professional Certification Units (PCUs) in two years
Failure to fulfill the above requirements results in the certification status being moved to inactive
Once status becomes inactive, you will need to contact the RMI at RMCP@resourcemanagementinstitute.com to regain access to report the 20 PCUs or retake the certification exam
When finished reporting the 20 PCUs, select “Recertify Payment” button
Select green “Register Now” button and pay the $250 recertification fee
Fill out and submit RMCP® recertification application
PCUs categorized by: RMI-certified activities, formal academic education, professional development and self-directed learning – A list of Category 1: Click here for a list of RMI-Certified PCU activities
Recertification activities are RM-related as defined in the RMCP® Handbook
The RMI may request supporting information in the event of an audit
Select green “Register Now” button and pay the $250 recertification fee
Fill out and submit RMCP® recertification application
Proceed to RMCP® Recertification Exam module in the recertification course, once you launch the module, you can select green “Take Course” button and pay the $200 examination fee which allows you to take the exam
Take RMCP® Recertification Exam. (there are three chances to pass the exam)
The recertification process is detailed in the downloadable RMCP® Handbook. You’ll find information on when you need to recertify, the type of PCU activities that count towards recertification, and how to apply before your recertification end date.
If you have not elected to be in the directory of resource management certified professionals, Click Here to email your request.
 

For more information on our Resource Management Certified Professional (RMCP)® program, please download our RMCP® handbook or contact us.