Many of ONLC's courses are approved for professional credits. To apply for credit, the student needs to contact the appropriate agency or educational institution and follow their instructions. Below you'll find details for various types of credits applications.
The course certificate provided following your class is your proof of course completion. Retain it for reporting purposes.
CEU is the abbreviation for Continuing Education Units. According to the terms of the Council on Continuing Education, an organization is not required to be authorized by the state or federal government in order to be a CEU sponsor.
One (1) CEU is awarded for each 10 hours of instruction. In general, a full day class at ONLC Training Centers qualifies for 0.70 CEUs.
ONLC Training Centers does not guarantee CEU credits. You must submit your credit hours to the governing organization and they will determine if they will accept these credits. You may be required to submit a copy of your course certificate (provided after class), and the course outline which can be obtained from our web site.
A transcript can be made available upon request if deemed necessary by the governing organization.
CPE is the abbreviation for Continuing Professional Education. CPE credits are determined by individual state boards. The state board has final approval on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.
One CPE credit is awarded for each 50 minutes of instruction. In general, our classes qualify for 8 CPE credits per class day.
The following states do not offer or require a sponsorship agreement with training providers. You may take and submit our courses to satisfy your CPE requirements. ONLC's courses have been designed to meet or exceed current State Board self-study standards. However, State Boards have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.
ONLC has entered into a sponsorship agreement with the following states. You should provide the corresponding sponsorship number when submitting your hours to the following state boards:
|New Jersey: 20CE00096200 (CE 962)||Pennsylvania: #PX-177217|
You may be required to submit a transcript along with a copy of your course certificate. Transcripts are available upon request.
According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), Professional Development Units (PDUs) are used to quantify approved learning and professional service activities for certified Project Management Professional (PMP)® and Program Management Professional (PgMP)® credential holders.
To calculate the number of PDUs earned, use the following formula:
One (1) contact hour of learning relevant to project and/or program management
within a structured activity or course EQUALS one (1) PDU.
ONLC students can earn 7 PDUs per day of an approved ONLC class
ONLC COURSES APPROVED BY PMI FOR PDU’s
|COURSE TITLE||COURSE IDENTIFIER||PDU's||PDU CLAIM CODE|
Project Management / Microsoft Project
|PDCCEP: Project Management Professional Certification Exam Preparation||PDCCEP-PMP||35||3452DQ48NE|
|XPRP04: CompTIA Project+ Certification Training||XPRP04||35||3452NZO15G|
|WMPI16: Microsoft Project 2016 Introduction||WMPI16||14||3452E2LOGW|
|WMPM16: Microsoft Project 2016 Advanced||WMPM16||14||3452NJKGVF|
|55205: Mastering Microsoft Project 2016||A55205||21||3452CSTG12|
|XBAITP: Business Analysis for the IT Professional||XBAITP-BA||28||3452Y7S76N|
|XBAMDT: Modeling Techniques for the Business Analyst||XBAMDT-BA||28||3452RWOQTU|
|XBASQA: Software Quality Assurance||XBASQ-BA||21||34528O8ZUI|
|XBAUCD: Effective Use Case Development||XBAUCD-BA||28||3452OKAXF2|
|XBAMST: Effective Methods of Software Testing Workshop||XBAMST-BA||21||3452S2SJ1H|
|XIL100: ITIL V3 Foundation Level Certification - ITSM Foundations V3||ITIL2011||21||3452T3PGHV|
|WACI19: Access 2019 Introduction||WACI19B||14||3452TGYZZW|
|WACI19: Access 2019 Advanced||WACM19B||14||34520KNDQ6|
|WACI16: Access 2016 Introduction||WACI16||14||3452CLIJFY|
|WACM16: Access 2016 Advanced||WACM16||14||34527P25V8|
|WACI13: Access 2013 Introduction||WACI13Access||14||3452S8KB62|
|WACM13: Access 2013 Advanced||WACM13Access||14||34522QYXZV|
|WEX119: Excel 2019 Introduction||WEX119||7||3452KNRKJA|
|WEXL19: Excel 2019 Large Workbooks, Formulas & Functions||WEXL19||7||3452O9LTRZ|
|WEXC19: Excel 2019 Charts, Formatting & Reporting||WEXC19||7||34520RW7CD|
|WEXD19: Excel 2019 Database Features & Pivot Tables||WEXD19||7||345270EG24|
|WEX116: Excel 2016 Introduction||WEX116||7||3452UCVUO8|
|WEXL16: Excel 2016 Large Workbooks, Formulas & Functions||WEXL16||7||3452U8HMGB|
|WEXC16: Excel 2016 Charts, Formatting & Reporting||WEXC16||7||3452ZGXUHR|
|WEXD16: Excel 2016 Database Features & Pivot Tables||WEXD16||7||3452X8C4Y1|
|WEXT16: Excel 2016 Tips, Tricks & Timesavers||WEXT16||7||3452KKW1OQ|
|WEXT16: Excel 2016 Tips, Tricks & Timesavers||WEXT16||7||3452KKW1OQ|
|WEXF16: Excel 2016 Forecasting & What If Analysis||WEXF16||7||3452DELVBX|
|WEX113: Excel 2013 Introduction||WEX113||7||3452WX3J0L|
|WEX213: Excel 2013 Intermediate||WEX213||7||3452MJMI50|
|WEX313: Excel 2013 Advanced||WEX313Excel||7||3452ZZOF8P|
|WEX110: Excel 2010 Introduction||WEX110Excel||7||3452ERT0ZK|
|WEX210: Excel 2010 Intermediate||WEX210Excel||7||3452YZ6Z11|
|WEX310: Excel 2010 Advanced||WEX310Excel||7||3452MQCFGH|
|WTM365: Microsoft Teams with Office 365||WTM365||7||3452D71MH6|
|WPP119: PowerPoint 2019 Introduction||WPP119||7||3452WWT93X|
|WPP219: PowerPoint 2019 Beyond the Basics||WPP219||7||3452VCLM25|
|WPP116: PowerPoint 2016 Introduction||WPP116||7||34520BMQV4|
|WPP216: PowerPoint 2016 Beyond the Basics||WPP216||7||3452G1OO87|
|WVS116: Visio Introduction||WVS116||7||34525NCUE2|
|WVS216: Visio Advanced||WVS216||7||3452GTVQ0P|
|WWD119: Word 2019 Introduction||WWD119||7||34520XYR19|
|WWD219: Word 2019 Intermediate||WWD219||7||3452SW20KI|
|WWD319: Word 2019 Advanced||WWD319||7||3452CZX83X|
|WWD116: Word 2016 Introduction||WWD116||7||3452LH7TMD|
|WWD216: Word 2016 Intermediate||WWD216||7||34528CHCQT|
|WWD316: Word 2016 Advanced||WWD316||7||34521LM0ZW|
|WWDT16: Word 2016 Tips, Tricks & Timesavers||WWDT16||7||345241VOC7|
|WWD113: Word 2013 Introduction||WWD113||7||3452P4AXTX|
|WWD213: Word 2013 Intermediate||WWD213Word||7||34527RPGGZ|
|WWD313: Word 2013 Advanced||WWD313WordA||7||34525Z6WFJ|
|SharePoint 2016 Introduction||WSP116||7||3452I687W7|
|SharePoint 2016 Power End User||WSPU16||28||34522RAAU7|
|SharePoint 2013 Power End User||WSPU13SharePoint||28||3452L43P3B|
|XSCRMC: Scrum Master Certified||XSCRMC||14||34521ROST4|
ONLC's PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) number: 3452
You can submit for credit after attending an above ONLC class via PMI's online CCR system.
If the course you attended is not on ONLC’s approved PDU list (above), ONLC Training Centers does not guarantee PDU credits. You may request credit for other ONLC classes directly from PMI. PMI will review and determine on a case-by-case basis if the training you attended qualifies for PDU credits.
To apply for credit for a course not on ONLC's approved PDU list you will need to:
To learn more about our classes or in the event of questions contact our Education Advisors at:
PMBOK, CAPM, PMI and PMP are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.