CPD recording, registration and regulation
Our learning resources support you to use evidence and to develop in your role. If you have a Research in Practice account you can easily keep a record of your continuing professional development (CPD).
It’s important to undertake continuing professional development (CPD) to enhance professional attributes, knowledge, understanding and skills.
All Research in Practice learning resources enable you to make evidence-informed decisions and support you to continue to develop in your role.
Professional development can range from attending a course to reflecting on a piece of research, listening to a podcast or reading case law – anything that has had a positive impact upon practice.
It is recommended that you take the time to complete and update your record throughout the year and anyone with an account can easily keep an ongoing record of their CPD by signing in and navigating to ‘Your CPD’.
To support this, Research in Practice resources and guidance below provide an understanding of the recording, registration and regulation of CPD.
CPD resources and guidance
Research in Practice resources and guidance below provide an understanding of the recording, registration and regulation of CPD.