myCPD

A modern, mobile approach to managing your continuing professional development.

Engineers Australia is pleased to offer you myCPD, an innovative solution to managing continuing professional development for the modern engineer. Access courses on any device you choose, track your CPD hours and drive your career progress from the comfort of your mobile phone.

Training

Engineer’s Australia created myCPD to facilitate the needs of Australian engineering professionals working in a fast-paced, global marketplace. As an online training tool, myCPD will change the way you progress your skills and development by allowing you to learn and earn CPD hours wherever you choose.

Offering both technical and non-technical courses, myCPD provides access to knowledge with unprecedented versatility. Your phone or tablet becomes a powerful learning tool to utilise wherever you choose.

myCPD offers a variety of programs for all types of engineers, from student to Chartered. It also serves those with unique needs such as migrants seeking knowledge that will help them build their career in Australia and engineering executives who require the latest management and leadership techniques.

Tracking

The myCPD platform features a CPD tracking app you can use to record and log CPD activity. The moment you complete course, open the app and log your hours. You can record face-to-face CPD activity and keep track of all progress in the app’s streamlined, intuitive dashboard.

Are you ready to earn and track CPD with maximised flexibility and convenience?

Visit the myCPD website for more information

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