Date: Wed 26 Feb 2020

CPD Programme

The EIGCA CPD Programme was created to help Members and Associate Members gain recognition for what they do and learn to expand their skills and knowledge.

CPD credits are available for a wide range of activities which contribute towards professional development and fit into four areas: education, professional, personal learning statement and networking.

All Members and Associate Members are automatically enrolled onto the CPD Programme. When you have gained 60 CPD credits in a three-year cycle, you become CPD Approved and maintain this status by continually earning 60 credits in each three-year cycle. Credits are either validated by EIGCA staff or you are provided with a CPD code to record from a list of pre-approved activity.

If you attended BTME and/or GIS recently, remember to claim credits for what you did there.

BTME
Presenting a seminar/workshop - 2 education credits per hour
Manning the EIGCA stand - 2 professional credits per hour
Attending a seminar/workshop - 1 education credit per hour
Attending the BTME exhibition - 2 networking credits per day
Attending an EIGCA Partner reception - 2 networking credits each

GIS
Attending a seminar/workshop - 1 education credit per hour
Attending a golf exhibition - 2 networking credits per day
Attending an EIGCA Partner reception - 2 networking credits each

There is a handy CPD handbook to help you understand and navigate EIGCA’s CPD Programme [click on the pdf to download a copy] … and start claiming your credits for recognition of your investment in professional development activities to build your skills and expand your knowledge.

Reminder how to access the EIGCA CPD website

  1. Log in to the members area of the EIGCA website (use the 'log in' button top right corner) – use the email address listed in your Member Directory profile *
  2. Click on your name in the top right corner
  3. Click on ‘CPD site’ in the drop-down list (4th down) for instant access to your CPD account

* If you have forgotten your password, when you try to log in you can have your password sent to you (you need to use the email address in your profile)

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