MyCPD Framework news
The MyCPD Framework outlines the educational value of CPD activities and is reviewed by the College’s CPD Committee each year.
The CPD Committee has decided that the 2018 MyCPD Framework will remain as per the 2017 MyCPD Framework, due to the MyCPD program upgrade launching in December 2017. Keeping the MyCPD Framework the same for 2018 allows for further planning for the 2019 MyCPD Framework to reflect incoming professional performance requirements in Australia and recertification requirements in New Zealand.
The 5 MyCPD categories will remain capped at 50 credits to encourage diversity of learning methods. The most common activities claimed by Fellows are listed in each category as examples, but participants can also claim CPD credits for other educational activities relevant to their scope of practice.
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