The Tasmanian Government is providing funding of $300,000 for eligible organisations to assist in the provision of continuing professional development (CPD) for licence holders with CPD obligations under the Occupational Licensing Act 2005.
CPD is a key component in ensuring that licenced persons maintain and develop their technical knowledge and skills, particularly around changes to Australian Standards and new or emerging technologies.
CPD activities consist of a range of training and learning methods and may include face-to-face presentations, webinars, industry events or online learning and assessment.
CPD activities cover a range of areas relevant to licence holders including work health and safety, technical awareness and knowledge, new and emerging technologies, business skills and legislative compliance.
Industry associations and other representative organisations play an important role in the development, coordination and delivery of CPD for their members and the industries they serve.
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