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Just as there is no single type of learner, there is no single way to provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD). In order to deliver the most effective form of CPD, two factors are critical to consider on your way to success, 'what are you trying...

Compliance requirements are often viewed as an onerous set of obligations that can contribute to the drag on uptake, retention and completion of training, particularly in response to shifts in regulatory and consumer expectations. Reframing the discussion as part of an educational toolkit to help lift...

The drive to invest in continuing professional development (CPD) for organisations is often couched in terms of furthering the progress of both individuals and professions overall. The broader reality, however, is that there are a range of factors that help move these conversations forward that...