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Members to achieve 60 points over 3 years, at least 30 of which should be directly relevant to the area(s) in which you receive appointments. Different activities carry different point values. The scheme is self-certifying, relying on you to maintain a record of your activities. The Institute retains the right to call in your CPD… Read more »
The institute recommends 35 hours per annum across 4 learning areas. A minimum of 1 hour in each category: Active (Max 30); Reflective (15); Self-Directed (5); and Development (30). Advisors required to obtain and hold an annual Statement of Professional Standing under the Retail Distribution Review are required to complete structured learning of 21 hours… Read more »
(Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority) Members are required to complete 35 hours per year. 21 hours must be structured learning. Advisors can choose to belong to a professional body, such as The Personal Finance Society, which runs a scheme that complies with the regulations.
Members are required to accumulate 100 points per year. Different activities carry different point values. The CII’s CPD scheme is a condition of membership for all qualified members of the CII, the Personal Finance Society (PFS) and the Society of Mortgage Professionals. Each month the CII will randomly select members and ask them to submit… Read more »
Undertaking Continuing Professional Development (CPD) demonstrates your commitment to continual learning. It is essential to maintain professional standards and knowledge post qualification. Our CPD scheme is at the core of our professional development services. It provides a framework for our members to structure and record their ongoing learning and also meets the FCA’s CPD requirements for… Read more »
(Mandatory for Fellows and Associates in paid work and fully regulated by the UK Actuarial Profession) Category 1: all members who hold a Practising Certificate issued by the Profession. Minimum 30 hours verifiable CPD. Of which: minimum 20 hours (of which at least 10 is external) must be technically relevant to the member’s area of… Read more »
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