You will need to maintain a record of your CPD activity and keep suitable documented evidence.
Annually, you will need to confirm the number of CPD hours and how many of these have involved learning with others. With every three-year cycle you will need to arrange a Peer Discussion Review within which you will discuss your CPD and your practice with a chosen peer. For this you will need your CPD records.
You can record your CPD either manually or online.
Communication and patient partnership Keeping CPD Records Professionalism Safety and quality in practice Skills and Performance
Your guide to the new CPD scheme provides a brief introduction to the new CPD scheme that launched in October 2018. It contains helpful information, useful tips and plenty of links to further resources to help and support you in …
This document contains the full guidance for osteopaths on the GOsC CPD scheme requirements. The CPD scheme provides assurance of continuing fitness to practise for every osteopath on the Statutory Register, by encouraging osteopaths to develop their practice as members …
This workbook has been prepared to support osteopaths in keeping their CPD records. You might choose to keep your records in the o zone area in, the CPD Diary, as many osteopaths do now, but the new system will allow you the flexibility to use other methods if you wish and we will explore explore these in this guide.