With the new standards being released from FASEA that require advisers to undertake 50 hours of CPD per year to stay qualified, it’s time for advisers to start planning how to get the most out of their required learning. This may also be taken in tandem with additional qualifications and continuing to service clients and grow businesses.
While at face value it may seem like a heck of a lot of time to put into CPD, if planned and undertaken the right way it can be an educational requirement that can also prove to be enjoyable.
We all know of people that cram CPD as 30 June gets closer, knowing that the all-important points tally has to be in on time. That approach however, puts undue pressure on people and does not give the maximum learning outcome.
I believe the best way to extract the most from the 50 hour CPD component is
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