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Undertaking both a necessary and sufficient range and depth of CPD is now central to the revalidation and re-registration process for all practitioner psychologists registered with the Health Professions Council. This document addresses wider contexts and professional issues beyond meeting the requirements for re-registration.
CPD and its impact on one's repertoire of knowledge and skills on everyday clinical practice remains a core function and responsibility of all clinical psychologists.
1. The Government's position on life-long learning
- The statutory regulation of professions: HPC
- What is CPD?
- Identifying and meeting the costs of CPD: The balance of responsibilities
The Society Context
- The Society's approach to CPD
- Statutory Regulation for Psychologists and the Society's CPD Policy
- Society support for CPD
- Code of Ethics and Conduct
- Equal Opportunities and Diversity Issues
- Leadership, Mentorship and Supervision
The Divisional Context
- Within the NHS
- Other Professional Issues
Appendix: CPD activities