The IEXPE expects its registrants to undertake a minimum of 30 hours of CPD per annum, it recommends splitting this time across personal technical knowledge or skills, personal soft skills and job role technical knowledge or skills. Members also have access to MyCareerPath which is a CPD software platform used to record CPD evidence and… Read more »
ICES encourages individual members to choose an approach to CPD that will satisfy their own professional needs and aspirations. Members of ICES have a professional duty to develop the skills and knowledge base of themselves and other practitioners within the profession.
Members of the Welding Institute are encouraged to take ownership of their learning and development needs. It is mandatory for members to record their CPD activities and evaluate their CPD activities against any objectives which they have set. The Welding Institute offers its members access to an online recording tool ‘mycareerpath‘. This option allows members to… Read more »
Keeping up to date is considered part of every SOE members career journey. and the society supports both the Science and Engineering Council’s CPD policies. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a key driver for all members, and keeping it up to date is part of their career journey. It forms part of the SOE Code… Read more »
RINA expects all members to undertake a minimum of 35 CPD hours per annum, and places an obligation on members to regularly plan and record their CPD. The Institution sets out the professional development objectives which all members are required to achieve before becoming Corporate Members of the Institution. These are aimed at providing a… Read more »
The RAeS recognises the importance of CPD and expects all of its Engineering Council registrants to undertake appropriate CPD for their professional development. It is not the Society’s policy to be prescriptive in what registered members are asked to do. The Society believes registrants and, where appropriate, their employers are best placed to decide what… Read more »
The Nuclear Institute aim is to promote the highest professional aid safety standards for the nuclear industry. It expects all members to undertake and record CPD in line with the Engineering and Science Councils policy. As a Professional Member of the Institute, each year you will be required to confirm that you are undertaking CPD… Read more »
The Institute of Water supports the Engineering Council, the Science Council and the Society of the Environments CPD requirements, it provides members an online CPD platform and is commited to ensuring all members are continuously active in CPD. Institute of Water members can record their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) online using our exclusive online CPD… Read more »
The IRSE does not mandate a specific amount of time for members to undertake CPD, instead to keep abreast of new developments in science and engineering, and relevant to their field of professional activity.
IPEM supports the Engineering Council, the Healthcare Professions Council (HCPC) and the Science Council’s CPD requirements, members should regularly review their CPD programme with a line manager or professional peer.