CPD is supported by IGEM with the aim of creating an environment which enables members to remain professionally competent throughout their working life, to assist development in their expertise in recognising and planning learning needs, recording the activities undertaken and to satisfy those needs and thus maximise employ-ability. They are licensed by the Engineering Council… Read more »
Since 1997, the IFE has advocated the adoption of CPD by all members as the way to further their knowledge, understanding and expertise in whatever field of Fire Engineering they practice. The IFE recommends a minimum of 25 CPD hours per annum, with a total of 75 hours over 3 years. It is recommended that… Read more »
Active IET members should undertake specific CPD hours per year, which could for example be split between personal technical knowledge and skills, job role technical knowledge and skills, and personal soft skills. Professionally registered members (CEng, IEng, EngTech or ICTTec) must also follow the Engineering Council’s CPD code. The IET offers a wide variety of… Read more »
All ICME members are required to maintain CPD records. Formally recording their CPD helps to review their career to date and to identify gaps in their knowledge and opportunities for development. ICME provides a CPD record tool which can be downloaded from their website.
Over 92,000 members support the IENG, CENG and EngTech titles. Providing various CPD events and an online CPD recording tool, ICE assists with the undertaking of CPD. As a guide, members should be doing at least 30 CPD hours per year up until the Professional Review stage.
IAgrE promotes CPD to all its members and has adopted what it considers to be a pragmatic approach to the registering and recording of members CPD. Evidence of CPD will be required from any member applying for an upgrade of membership and/or registration. IAgrE does not use a monitored points or hours system but does… Read more »
The Energy Institute offers Chartered Energy Manager and Chartered Environmentalist status. The CPD is output pased and focuses on individuals developing learning goals that are aligned to their current role. Members are firmly encouraged to undertake a wide range of activities as a learner, teacher or mentor to complete their professional development. MyCareerPath is the… Read more »
All CIHT members are obliged to undertake CPD with the exception of Honorary Fellows, Retired Members* and members who are undertaking full-time or part time study which leads to a relevant qualification. In addition to Chartered Engineer, CIHT also offers ‘Transport Planning Professional’ status, which once achieved requires 25 hours of CPD per annum. CIHT… Read more »
BINDT expects its members to achieve 20 CPD points per annum, through undertaking various training and learning activities. A sample audit will be carried out annually by peer review and feedback may be given if requested.
The BCS offers Chartered IT Professional and Chartered Engineer as professional registrations. They adopt a reflective learning approach to CPD, with no minimum hours expected.