This webinar provides an introduction to Continuing Professional Development (CPD): what it is, why it’s important, the types of CPD, and the importance of planning and reflection.
We hear from experienced professionals on their approaches, what they have found helpful and how they have used CPD to plan their careers.
We have a range of resources on CPD for geography professionals. See the below resources for more on planning, undertaking and reflecting on your CPD activites.
Start with our introduction to CPD and resource on benefits of CPD to learn more about what CPD is and why to do it.
Then, see our resources on the CPD cycle and choosing CPD that fits your needs – helping you plan CPD that supports your specific career stage and your goals.
Reflecting on CPD is a key step in maximising the benefits of your opportunities. Find out more about reflective practice with your CPD, and how to reflect on CPD in writing.
And remember, you’ll be doing more CPD than you think you are – see our guide for this and how to identify CPD, here.
Browse more resources across a wider range of topics to support you through your professional journey.
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