Engineers Ireland's CPD Policy requires all non-student members to undertake 35 hours of CPD per annum and to record those CPD activities online using the online tool 'My CPD'
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Engineers Ireland members who have met their CPD requirement for 2017 are being urged to make their CPD declaration for 2017 in advance of the 31 December deadline and adhere to CPD Policy.

Engineers Ireland CPD Policy requires all non-student members of Engineers Ireland to undertake 35 hours of CPD per annum and to record those CPD activities online using My CPD, an online tool designed to allow members to record and track their CPD activities.

Members who may be entitled to exemptions and pro-rata requirements – for example, retired members; those on maternity, paternal or sabbatical leave; or members who have had periods of unemployment – must also submit a declaration for exemption prior to the deadline. There is also a simple, two-step process on My CPD, which will  facilitate members working for CPD Accredited Employers declare their CPD activities prior to the end of year deadline.

A number of resources are available to members at present which will assist when recording and declaring CPD activities, including a  ‘How to Guide’ video  to assist with recording hours and also a FAQ Help section.

If you have any queries about the new Engineers Ireland CPD policy, please email cpdpolicy@engineersireland.ie.

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Engineers Ireland members who have met their CPD requirement for 2017 are being urged to make their CPD declaration for 2017 in advance of the 31 December deadline and adhere to CPD Policy. Engineers Ireland CPD Policy requires all non-student members of Engineers Ireland to undertake 35 hours of CPD per annum and...