Engaging in CPD can enhance your skills and knowledge, enble networking, and demonstrates your professionalism.
CPD is a structured and purposeful way to maintain and improve your knowledge, skills and professional qualities.
Understand how to strike the right balance of CPD activities in your career.
The CPD cycle can help you to identify, plan complete and reflect upon the right types of CPD
Mentors are invaluable sources of advice, guidance and support.
Reflective practice turns experience into learning by capturing your reflections and using them to inform your career.
Professional bodies support your career and offer opportunities for networking and professional development
Understand and use codes of conduct to improve your professionalism.
Your chances of being employed will be much better if you think quality over quantity and invest your time in making a few very good applications, rather than dozens of generic applications which yield no interviews.
Networking is how you develop professional relationships, where you can help others and receive assistance yourself to meet individual or organisational goals.
Professional behaviour is important in the workplace
Accreditation demonstrates your development from a graduate to an established professional
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