In partnership with the MemberWise Network, the CPD Standards Office is hosting a research consultation for associations and membership organisations.  Exploring the new “digital era of CPD” including new technology trends, as well as social and legislative demands, the consultation will focus on the real impact the digital age is having on CPD policies, recording and overall provision.

You are invited to take part in this long overdue initiative.

  • 11th July
  • Central London

In this interactive afternoon, we will discuss the complex environment of CPD today and how it stays abreast with emerging government policy (specifically referencing the UK apprenticeship levy) and drawing on new trends such as micro-learning.

The consultation welcomes individuals from professional bodies, institutes, trade associations and membership organisations who are involved with membership value, CPD guidance and recording, professional development policies.

MemberWise Network Chair, Richard Gott, commented: “This important piece of research has been a long time coming and that is why the network will champion this unique CPD-related insight/benchmarking opportunity. The digital era is now and as association and membership professionals we MUST ensure our respective continuing professional development opportunities  meet and exceed member expectation/demand. I hope you will consider getting involved in this great opportunity!”

Delegates are welcome to bring anonymised CPD records from their membership records and share any burning questions or regular challenges faced around the guidance and provision of digital CPD resources and recording.

Please note that places are limited, and to secure your place please register here.

The overall outcomes from this thought leading consultation will contribute to the CPD Research Project by the Professional Development Consortium and its ongoing progress within the CPD arena. The results will be shared at the sector’s annual web focused conference, Harnessing the Web 2016, on 4th October in Central London. You can express an interest in attending here…

Note: Places are only available to association and membership professionals. Commercial providers should Contact Us for further information.

2016-10-13T06:55:52+00:00Thursday, 9 June, 2016|Categories: Research|Tags: , , |0 Comments

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