Continuous Professional Development (CPD)Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is a lifelong learning process, where a financial planning professional systematically engages in activities that maintain abilities, skills and knowledge required for professional practice. These activities are described and guided by the FPI Financial Planner Competency Profile and Code of Ethics and Practice StandardsAs a professional member you are required to obtain 35 CPD points for every reporting period (usually from January 1 to December 31). A minimum of five CPD points must be on Ethics and Practice Standards.CPD is compulsory and applies to all members, whether in public practice, industry, commerce, education, public sector or any other field or retired from professional practice. Although we understand the need for the confidentiality of members’ personal information, FPI may provide a CPD compliance report of its members to any third party as and when requested for the purpose of proving compliance.

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