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Build your case

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2013

Jo Etherton from the CSP’s Championing CPD Project looks at what motivates us to improve and reflect on our practice For me, ...

Plus factor

Frontline article - Posted on 05/03/2013

The CSP’s ePortfolio system is proving to be a popular resource. Professional adviser Gwyn Owen explains how it’s about to get even better ...

What is your destination?

Frontline article - Posted on 04/01/2013

In times of uncertainty, the need for CSP members to demonstrate how they are keeping up-to-date is more important than ever. Sophie Wickins, Fieldwork Officer wirth the CSP's Championing CPD project, ...

CPD resources for students

Page - Posted on 25/07/2012

11 September 2017 25 July 2012 Use this page for resources ...

A personal space

Frontline article - Posted on 17/07/2012

Keeping your continuous professional development up-to-date has never been easier. Professional adviser for CPD Gwyn Owen explains what’s available online from the CSP ...

Continuing personal development gets further cash boost

News item - Posted on 23/04/2012

23 April 2012 Thanks to financial support from the Union Learning Fund (ULF), the CSP is to launch a two-year project aimed at ...

Polishing your portfolio

Frontline article - Posted on 30/01/2012

Don’t worry if the health professions council selects you for their CPD audit – with advanced planning it’s a wonderful opportunity to showcase your practice, says Gwyn Owen ...

Identifying your needs

Video - Posted on 01/11/2011

Following the CSP's continuing professional development workshop, independent consultant Mairead O'Siochru introduces ...

Championing CPD: encouraging excellence in physiotherapy

Page - Posted on 27/09/2011

26 June 2017 26 June 2017   The Championing CPD project ...

What’s getting in my way?

Frontline article - Posted on 05/07/2011

Gwyn Owen looks at obstacles to CPD and finds ways of tackling them Although continuing professional development (CPD) is ...

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