Construction professionals are expected to undertake Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to ensure that you are up-to-date with the rapid technological changes and the continuously developing working practice.
So what is CPD or rather what is Continuing Professional Development?
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the term used to describe the commitment to lifelong learning, a skill that is invaluable to all people across every segment of society.
At Middle East Concrete you will be able to select from 47 CPD certified sessions. They are free of charge and you will receive a certificate per session attended.
Why is CPD accreditation important?
CPD accreditation is important because it ensures that courses provided adhere to the highest educational standards and international benchmarks of quality and learning.
How does it work?
There is no fixed approach to CPD and different professional institutes and associations will have their own interpretation of courses and requirements. The majority set an annual target, which is defined by the accrual of CPD hours through attending training, seminars, workshops and conferences. These CPD hours are then converted to points, units or credits. It is up to the individual to keep track of their hours, ensure their CPD records are up-to-date and that the courses meet the requirements of their professional body or association.
How does CPD benefit me?
CPD benefits individuals by fostering a culture of continuous personal improvement, skills development and knowledge sharing. It helps to ensure that individuals are kept informed, up-skilled and proficient to change in practice. CPD-certified training, seminars, workshops and conferences are also a significant benefit to those constricted by time, resource and budget as they can offer an affordable, time-efficient opportunity to develop skills and knowledge.
All visitors attending a workshop or seminar at Middle East Concrete will receive a certificate of attendance. All workshops are free to attend, but places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Be sure to arrive early to avoid missing out.