CPD – Continuing Professional Development
In its aim to advance the science of demolition engineering the Institute demands of its members that they demonstrate that they are doing their best to keep their knowledge and expertise up to date and are thus competent Demolition Engineers.
It is through its commitment to continuing professional development that the Institute is able to contribute to the safety, efficiency and competence in an industry that is as old as the walls of Jericho but only perceived as a science over the last three or four decades.
Following comment from members and consultation with other professional bodies, the Institute has revised its scheme. This is operational from 1 January 2011
Please use the following form Personal Record of Continuing Professional Development to notify and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with
- The date or dates of the CPD
- What you did
- How many hours you spent in the activity.
- A copy of any supporting documentation or certification you received as evidence
For more information regarding the CPD criteria please see our useful leaflet CPD Flyer
AGM 2011 – Terry Quarmby on CPD
Terry Quarmby FIDE was invited to speak to the AGM about the IDE CPD Scheme which became mandatory on 1 January 2011. It is a very helpful video and we thank Mark Anthony and Demolition News for kindly allowing us to present it here
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