The Board is committed to meeting the specific needs of individual engineers in relation to the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program. As spelt out in the Engineers Act 2011, fulfilment of CPD requirements in reference to the minimum attainable CPD points is a requirement for renewal of practising license for professional and consulting engineers. Whereas majority of engineers have appreciated the need for structured lifelong learning as promoted through CPD, the Board has established that there is a perceived challenge in achieving the annual 50 CPD points required by the policy that is mainly attributable to lack of awareness in the various avenues in which engineers earn CPD points.
To this end, the Board is organizing CPD clinics to help engineers understand the application of the policy and offer personalised services to be held at Barabara Plaza on:
The clinics will provide a platform for creation of CPD awareness and addressing challenges faced by engineers in keeping and updating their CPD logs. The clinics will have the Board’s staff on site to handle challenges faced by individual engineers in various CPD aspects including management of the CPD portal.
In course of the clinics, engineers attending the clinics shall be informed of:
The Board’s staff on site will attend to individual engineers and help them to;