New CPD platform in January 2019

2nd November 2018

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Following great feedback from members about how we could make maintaining a CPD record easier and more valuable, IEMA is getting ready to activate a new online system at the start of next year.

From late January 2019, all members will have access to a brand new, purpose-built platform to set career and membership goals, create development plans and record all CPD activities with ease. The new system will fully replace the CPD forms currently used across the membership.

The platform gives clear guidance and structure for planning your annual CPD and recording all relevant activities. The system can also be accessed on the move, as it is fully mobile and tablet-compatible. This means you will be able to record ‘Quick CPD Records’ and fill in the detail – such as benefits of the activity, the number of hours allocated and any supporting evidence, like a certificate – later on, when you have more time. There is also the opportunity to have your activities or entire record checked by an assessor to ensure you are doing the right development activities to achieve your goals.

Members will access the new platform via MyIEMA and use the same log-in details as you use for This means it is important to check you have registered at and know your password.

The platform is currently being road tested by a number of assessors, selected members and volunteers, in order to ensure the system is ready for access by all members from late January onwards. Further information about the platform, and a reminder of the CPD requirements for all professionally recognised members, will be published in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions about your CPD record, get in touch any time at [email protected]


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