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Just bit the bullet and signed up for IPD.

Wish me luck...

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Post by wendolene26 »

Good Luck. :read2:

Would you have any advice for someone who is starting out with their CPD? Happy to chat offline from here if you'd prefer.
You are only a millimetre or a millisecond away from the next incident.

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Post by Blackstone »

Good luck Stretch!
wendolene26 wrote:
Tue Jun 02, 2020 9:04 pm
Good Luck. :read2:

Would you have any advice for someone who is starting out with their CPD? Happy to chat offline from here if you'd prefer.
I had some advice from someone who had been CFIOSH about CPD.
They said to record everything noting what you had taken away from each thing.
This could be magazines, articles, HSE updates, webinars, training given, reports written. Even if it is not directly related to H&S it can be a management or soft skill you might be learning that is relevant to HS career.

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Post by wendolene26 »

Glen,

Thanks very much for your repsonse, that is really helpful.

Wendo ./thumbsup..
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Post by bernicarey »

I'd 100% agree with Glen

So many people moan and whine about CPD, but it's easy. Write up all manner of things, with some sort of statement as to how it helps. Even if it is 'maintaining skills' rather than increasing them.
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