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New CPD policy for your technical employees – are you up-to- date?

1 Nov 2017 By Advertising feature

Policy aims to shift the ownership of learning and development in the workplace to the individual

A new CPD policy for engineering and technology personnel was issued by the Engineering Council earlier this year, which aims to shift the ownership of learning and development in the workplace towards the individual.

CPD is integral to the career success of professional engineers, from new graduates to experienced employees. Not only is it essential in expanding their technical knowledge, helping them to keep up with rapidly evolving technologies, it also allows them to achieve and maintain internationally recognised professional competences. 

This not only benefits the engineers, but the employers as well, providing the business with a pool of highly motivated and highly skilled engineers. 

Download the policy overview and keep up-to-date with any important developments affecting your company’s technical workforce.

  • Key changes in CPD monitoring
  • What it means for L&D managers
  • How to leverage the importance of CPD support
  • How to enhance your business’ engineering competence

CPD Policy - Download Free

For further information on learning and development resources and training opportunities for your employees, contact the Academy@theiet.org or visit http://www.theiet.org/incredible

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