Continuing Professional Development CPD

ASIAL operates 2 CPD programs for members. Points are accumulated in the same way, however the term of the program differs:

  • The continuing professional development (CPD) program for licence holders in Victoria is required under the Private Security Act 2004, Section 26 (3). Members with a licence condition must nominate a representative to undertake activities to accrue 12 points over the course of each financial year.
  • Members of the ASIAL Individual Professional Recognition program are also required to participate in continuing professional development. They must accrue 12 points over each year of their membership in order to be eligible to renew.

ASIAL’s CPD program is composed of the following elements –

1. NUMBER OF POINTS TO BE COMPLETED
A nominee with a licence or membership condition requiring Continuing Professional Development must complete 12 points of professional development annually.

2. TYPES OF CPD TO BE COMPLETED
Continuing Professional Development must consist of any combination of at least two of the following:

  • Professional Activities, e.g. Industry Briefings, subscriptions, presentations etc.
  • An activity with a stated development outcome, e.g. Online learning, webinars, workshops etc.
  • A learning activity conducted by an RTO and included formal assessment, e.g. Units of competency aligned to CPP07 training package.

There are a number of ways participants can accrue points, including:

To find out more download the document below or email ASIAL memberservices@asial.com.au or call 1300 127 425.

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