A new My CPD solution has been launched by the FPA that allows members to plan, access and track their CPD hours.
The solution includes a CPD finder and tracker functions that gives access to up to 4,000 hours of CPD from over 100 suppliers and is free for FPA members.
The CPD framework requires planners to achieve a set number of hours within a certain time period and this solution will allow planners to do that quickly and accurately.
Chief executive of the FPA Dante De Gori said the group set out to build a solution for its members that gives it the largest aggregation of FPA and FASEA accredited CPD options.
“It’s a one-stop shop for accessing nearly 4,000 accredited CPD hours from a range of key partners, and the FPA itself, which offers a range of CPD opportunities online and through its events,” he said.
The track allows members to track and measure their CPD to ensure they fulfil personal requirements and the full version of the tracker will be available by the end of 2019.
“With convenient, flexible and fast access to content, My CPD makes it easy for FPA members to stay on top of their CPD requirements. No other platform will offer this diversity – it is truly a game changer,” said Mr De Gori.
The finder function gives members an extensive list of CPD options from FPA and key sector providers including webinars and workshops, and members can search by CPD area, number of hours and delivery format.
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