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Developing a Learning Plan within your CPD Portfolio

For past tips on writing a learning plan please click here.

Did you know that all registered optometrists need to develop a learning plan within their CPD portfolio for each registration period?

Prior to undertaking CPD activities, you should identify and plan your own learning goals and the type of CPD activities to undertake in order to meet those goals. Whilst several identified learning goals may be met by one large CPD activity, other learning needs may need to be met by undertaking multiple CPD activities.

How to create a learning plan:

Watch our video below for guidance on using your new tool. You can also download our guide – Developing a learning plan for continuing professional development: Three simple steps to a practical learning plan­­­ – or click here to get started on building your plan.

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