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Many professionals are required to complete continuing professional development (CPD) throughout their careers. The ‘professionalisation’ of many jobs in response to changes in legislation, consumer needs and general socioeconomic trends in recent decades has resulted in the growth of professional bodies and associations representing industries and job functions.

What is CPD?

Modern society continues to develop in a time of rapid technological advancement, fast-changing consumer needs and continuously adapting working environment.

Professionals across all sectors are aware of the importance of training & development, and the need to enhance skills to stay effective in the workplace. So what is CPD or rather what is Continuing Professional Development?

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the term used to describe the commitment to lifelong learning, a skill that is invaluable to all people across every segment of society.

Employers and institutions across industries are adopting a structured, practical and methodical approach to learning in order to retain key staff, and develop the skills & knowledge in the organisation to maintain a sustainable and competitive advantage.