Instructions regarding Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points

Several professional organisations have endorsed ‘Keeping Families and Children in Mind’

Continuing Professional Development (often referred to as CPD) is the process by which members of various professional organisations maintain and improve their knowledge, skills and expertise in relation to their profession. CPD is an ongoing process which occurs throughout a professional’s career.

The ‘Keeping Families and Children in Mind’ eLearning course is professionally endorsed by the organisations below. See information for various occupations about how to claim CPD points.

Please note

Members of the Australian Psychological Society and Occupational Therapists can accrue CPD hours by participating in activities that they determine to be relevant to their individual professional skills, learning plans and goals. These may be self-initiated. CPD activities do not need to be endorsed by the APS or OT Australia.

  

The Royal Australia College of General Practitioners

RACGP QI and CPD Program Category 1: 40 points.

GPMHSC Focused Psychological Strategies: FPS CPD

Instructions for GPs:

  1. Complete this predisposing activity before taking the course
  2. Complete course and pass assessments
  3. Complete this reinforcing activity

After the process above has been finalised, COPMI will review your responses and allocate CPD points via the RACGP online system.  

The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine

ACCRM PRPD: 30 points 
Information about CPD for members 

The Australia College of Mental Health Nurses

9 points (1.5 CPE points per module)
Information at the College’s CPD portal

The Australian Association of Social Workers

Information about CPD for members