Get free feedback on your CPD

28th March 2018


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IEMA is about to start the spring round of continuing professional development (CPD) sampling; this is where we select a proportion of members and ask to see evidence of their 2017/18 CPD to ensure that their learning is on track, and that they’re helping to uphold our high standards.

Maintaining an up-to-date CPD record is a mandatory requirement of all professional membership grades and specialist registrants. Once every quarter, we contact 2% of eligible members to request evidence of their CPD, so we can ensure they, as a representative sample of the membership, continue to meet the profession standard relevant to them.

Members selected to submit their CPD evidence will have one month from the date of contact to return their record. We accept a variety of formats – you don’t have to use the IEMA CPD forms, although they do provide an excellent structure for what you should record and reflect upon. But if you already record your learning and development in another format then there’s no need to submit anything different.

If you are selected, this is a chance to get free, quality feedback on your CPD and how your activities support your development goals from a qualified assessor. You’ll receive feedback within four weeks of submission.

Go to www.iema.net/cpd/ to find out more about recording and submitting your CPD

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