Professional Development

As a professional organisation, NEyTCO values the importance of personal and professional development (CPPD).

As we know, CPPD happens in many forms and elements, from face-to-face training, reading journals and research, for example. Many of our members will access CPPD via the regional meetings.

As we evolve as an organisation, we will support members with CPPD and we will also explore qualifications.

We welcome any ideas and suggestions from our members on CPPD. Do you have any CPPD ideas that could be added to the list below?

In the meantime, please see what is planned already:

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