Professional Development Programs
Professional Development at The College of Law
The College of Law offers a range of professional development programs that will satisfy your CPD requirements. Choose from:
All Law Society members and College of Law alumni are entitled to a 10% discount on a range of programs.
What is continuing professional development (CPD)?
CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. The CPD year runs from 1 April to 31 March the following year. Most practitioners are required to complete 10 CPD units each year. For clarification on the number of CPD units you need to complete, you should contact your state regulating body.
View a short guide of what your CPD obligations are here.
Comprehensive seminar materials with an excellent presenter made this an extremely valuable CPD seminar – highly recommended for practitioners at many levels of experience.
How to choose a professional development opportunity
Identify any knowledge or skills gaps relevant to your current role or the role you aspire to.
Investigate the options to address those gaps. Is it a short program? Is it a certificate? Or is it a degree program?
Consider how you want to learn – face-to-face, online or via webinars?
Ask colleagues and friends what programs, courses and other strategies have been most useful to them.
Really enjoyed the range of topics today. All the presenters were well-researched and provided really beneficial information. Loved the informal style which encouraged open discussion.