15 Dec 2021Resource
As an employed AHP or employer of AHPs, you should already be well aware of the obligations surrounding the completion of CPD in order to maintain HCPC-registered status. But CPD isn’t just a box-ticking exercise - it brings about far more benefits than that.
In this article, we outline some of the key reasons why CPD is beneficial to both the employees and employers within a healthcare organisation.
Did you know it’s actually written into the NHS Constitution that trusts must invest in the skills and development of their staff? Although only individual AHPs are regulated by HCPC, it can definitely pay for employers to be fully on board with their employees’ CPD practice.
Aside from ticking the boxes, some benefits of CPD for healthcare employers include:
Ultimately, CPD should be seen as a win-win for employees and employers; both sides gain a huge amount from this learning and advancement of skills.
If you’re an employer looking to support your AHP staff with their CPD, get in touch with us to discuss our Teams packages which can help your employees record, reflect and report on their CPD practices and give you valuable insights into your workforce.