The ethical practice of the health professions requires consistent and ongoing commitment to lifelong learning by all health practitioners through the process of Continuous Professional Development (CPD). CPD should address the emerging health needs and be relevant to the health priorities of the country. The document containing the updated CPD guidelines for health professions can be accessed on the HPCSA website (click here).
A health practitioner is required to engage in CPD and accumulate CEUs per twelve-month period of which a specific number of CEUs should be for ethics, human rights and health law. All CEUs are valid for a period of 24 months from the date that the activity took place/ended.
Health practitioners who are registered in two different professions or categories must meet the requirements of the boards that are applicable. Health practitioners registered in more than one category within the same professional board should accrue thirty (30) CEUs per profession with the five (5) CEUs for ethics, human rights and health law per twelve-month period applicable to both professions.
Practitioners may obtain their units within their own discipline, speciality or sub-speciality or within another relevant discipline, speciality or sub-specialit
Existing clients CPD Certificates are available on each individual’s unique profile. Simply log in with your login details, click on “My Profile”, click on “Certificates”. Select the year of the certificate needed and proceed to download.
CPD certificates are stored up to 5 years on each individual’s profile.
Note that we submit all records to the HPCSA on your behalf so the CPD certificates are for your own records.