The PDMM certification period expires three years from the date listed on your PDMM certificate. For instance if your certificate states December 1, 2007 your expiration date would be November 30, 2010. Renewal information is sent to each PDMM one year prior to the expiration date of their certification period. The application, fee and CEU hours must be received by 30 days prior to the expiration date in order to avoid certification expiration.
The Certificaiton Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month
to review Education and PDMM applications. All items that
require review must be submitted prior to the 1st Tuesday of the
month or they will be reviewed at the following monthly meeting.
Be sure to review the recertification instructional webinars
before compiling your recertification documents. There are two
webinars that explain the recertification process
– one for all PDMMs and one for regional and chapter leaders who
plan educational events that qualify for CEU credits. Both
webinars can be accessed via the AADMM website or from the links
For ALL PDMMs
- Recertification Instructional Webinar
You’ve Obtained Your
PDMM Certification... What’s next?
and Chapter Leaders – Regional Outside Education Application
You’re Involved in a
Region and Chapter and would like your educational events
approved for PDMM education Hours… What’s next?
Track your CEU credits here
The following words and terms, when used in this section, have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
CEU - Continuing Education Unit— A unit for measuring credit hours of continuing education. One CEU equals 1 credit hour.
Credit hour - A unit of measure equaling 50 to 60 minutes of participation in an approved continuing education course or program. The American Association of Daily Money Managers does accept ½ credits in the measure of 30 to 50 minutes of participation. Anything less is not acceptable.
Continuing Education Partner – A company who has been approved by AADMM to offer PDMMs courses/programs.