CPD IntroductionElizabeth Roe CPD AwardNominees and Winner
Continuing Professional DevelopmentEvery professional body has a wholehearted commitment to the ongoing development of knowledge and skills, covering the spectrum, from accountants to spray operators. The same is true for farm administrators and bookkeepers working in the rural economy. IAgSA’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme enables the professional and personal development of our members. IAgSA strongly advocates CPD for all Members and Associates each year. You’ll find it an enormous help in your career within our fast-changing sector.
How it works – and your journeyWe know you are busy, so we’ve made our CPD programme very straightforward, time-efficient and flexible to include a wide range of training, events and online learning. CPD works on a points basis – as explained in our CPD Grading & Guidance Document. Simply complete your Skills Checklist and identify skills you’d like to acquire or improve. These will then appear automatically in your CPD Plan as goals for the year ahead – with suggestions on how to achieve them. Simply following these steps earns you 5 points. Points can be earned in a variety of ways, from attending events to completing training and self-learning. You can record all your points in your My CPD record. To review the number of points allocated to events please click here.
Need more help?Read Rachel’s story which is ideal for new members, see our CPD Grading & Guidance Document to CPD for fuller details or contact us if you have any questions.
Skills ChecklistUse the checklist to identify skills you would like to gain or develop
CPD PlanMake a plan for how you would like to acquire and develop your skills
My CPDComplete and manage your CPD entries for each year and see your CPD Summary how many points you’ve collected
Read how new members can get started with CPD and achieve much from the experience