Our UKATA Asbestos Training Courses are CPD Certified but What is CPD?

Our UKATA Asbestos Training Courses are CPD Certified but What is CPD? 1 All of Oracle Solutions UKATA asbestos training courses are fully CPD certified.

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. CPD is the term used to describe learning activities undertaken by professionals for continuing professional development and education.

CPD enables all learning to conscious and proactive, rather than passive and reactive. CPD is the overall commitment of professionals towards the enhancement of their personal skills and proficiency throughout their careers.

CPD combines different methods to learning. These include learning elements such as training workshops, conferences and events, e-learning programs, best practice techniques and ideas sharing. All of these are focused for the purpose of enabling an individual to improve and have effective professional development.

There are a huge number of professional bodies & institutes across the UK. This number is expected to continue increasing every year. All these training bodies understand that academic qualifications must offer more vocational and skills-based learning.

With CPD certified learning there is a structured, practical, and methodical approach to professional development and education. This type of learning helps employers across industries to retain their staff and develop the skills & knowledge within their organisations. This enables them to maintain a sustainable and competitive advantage.

Continuing Professional Development ensures that both academic and practical qualifications do not become out-dated or obsolete. CPD allows individuals to continually ‘up skill’ or ‘re-skill’ regardless of occupation, age or educational level.

What is the CPD certification service?

what is cpd training CPD certification service works with training providers, professional bodies, academic institutions, and corporate organisations. They support organisations seeking authoritative CPD certification for their further learning activities.

CPD certify thousands of training courses, events, e-learning programs, conferences, workshops, and seminars. They add and give significant value for audiences and providers alike.

The CPD Certification Service evaluate further learning activities to the highest standards. Thousands of professionals recognise the CPD Certified symbol as the qualitative benchmark. This symbol reflects the high standards set. The CPD Certification Service supports the Continuing Professional Development policies of institutional and professional bodies across the world.

CPD submissions are assessed and certified against the universally accepted structured checklist. This checklist has been developed by the CPD Certification Service over the past 25 years. CPD quality marks are protected by international copyright legislation. The certification process takes an impartial and objective overview of structure and value to ensure full conformity to CPD guidelines.

What does each of our UKATA asbestos training courses provide in CPD hours?

UKATA Asbestos Training Course:CPD Value: 
Asbestos Awareness Training (Cat A) 4 CPD hoursBook Now
Asbestos Awareness Refresher (Cat A) 2 CPD hoursBook Now
Asbestos Non-Licensed Training (Cat B) 6 CPD hoursBook Now
Asbestos Non-Licensed Refresher (Cat B) 3 CPD hoursBook Now
The Duty to Manage Asbestos Training 6 CPD hoursBook Now
The Duty to Manage Asbestos Refresher 3 CPD hoursBook Now
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Written by Jess Scott

Jess Scott has been an all-round asbestos consultant since 1996. That’s nearly 3 decades of asbestos knowledge. He spends his time sharing that knowledge with the team at Oracle and with their clients. Jess's goal is, and always has been, to use my expertise in helping people to comply with the law. This legal compliance ultimately helps to protect everyone from the harmful effects of asbestos. Jess has acted as an asbestos expert witness in legal cases and is involved in many asbestos educational activities throughout the UK.