Personal responsibility for CPD

Across the police service, there is already a requirement for you to demonstrate how you are undertaking CPD through the PDR process.

CPD is for you as an individual. The College of Policing is here to support you along your CPD journey. There are various resources* available to help you to take personal responsibility for CPD.

College CPD framework
The College of Policing has designed and developed a CPD framework for policing to help you maintain and enhance your competence throughout your career.

College CPD toolkit
The CPD toolkit will help you take ownership of your own professional development. The toolkit explains the four stages of the CPD cycle and includes resources to help you. It also provides help on setting objectives, some examples of CPD activities and how you might record your development. While the CPD process itself can be rewarding, it is the end result that is the most significant and meaningful.


 

Continuing professional development at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

As one of the leading bodies for managing and developing people, the CIPD has an interest in your professional growth. There are many resources available to help you plan your individual professional development, such as:

Please note that free registration is required.

​*Supporting resources are solely for information purposes only.  The College of Policing does not endorse or support of any of the linked information, services, products, or providers. These links are provided as reference material to help users identify and locate other resources that may be of interest. The College does not assume responsibility for the accuracy or appropriateness of the information contained within such sites or the resources listed. Please note that users are responsible for independently verifying any and all information and are fully responsible for any consequences resulting from their use. It is the responsibility of the individual to be aware of any terms and conditions associated with them.  Please be aware that external sites may contain computer viruses, mal-ware or other programs or materials from outside sources that may be transferred or copied to your system. In no event will the College be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of external resources.

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