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Who certifies Complete Forensics events?

Events are certified by The CPD Certification Service. CPD points are allocated on a self-assessment basis and may not be appropriate for all disciplines/professions – please discuss with your CPD scheme organiser prior to attendance.

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How do you allocate CPD points?

The CPD Certification Service advises that it is ultimately the individual’s responsibility to evaluate the learning benefit achieved by participating in the training activity in question, and to allocate points/hours/learning time/credits in accordance with the CPD recording procedure of his or her professional body or organisation, although our courses are recognised for CPD hours.

How do I register CPD points?

Certificates are usually presented at the event. If no then forms are available at the event or on request to participants. See the CPD Certification Service website for more details on managing your Continuing Professional Development and assessing the value of activities undertaken as part of your CPD scheme.

CPD can also be submitted to the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences and may count within their professional development scheme.