Graduates/Legal Accounts Members, Fellows*/Legal Accounts Executives, CILEx Practitioners*, Associate Prosecutors
Professionalism is learning something new, or refreshing or developing your knowledge or skills in one of the following areas:
All of your CPD activities should be Outcomes-based. This means that, rather than specifying how many hours you completed on this activity, you need to decide what you want to learn from the activity. This will be your learning outcome.
You should complete the following four steps when carrying out your CPD.
Use the Planned CPD Evaluation Form to evaluate your planned CPD. Use the Unplanned CPD Evaluation Form to evaluate your unplanned CPD.
>Identify your areas for development (Tip: use your workplace appraisal)
>Make sure you include at least one professionalism area
>Plan CPD activities which you think will meet your learning needs
>At least 5 planned activities should be completed by the end of the CPD year
>Record your plan and the learning outcome (what you want to learn from the activity)
>Tip: Try to plan at least 3 activities at the start of the year
Complete the activity no later than 30 September
>Use the Evaluation of Planned Activity and the Evaluation of Unplanned Activity forms to evaluate your CPD activities
>Keep records of completing and evaluating your CPD activities for 2 years
>Record your CPD using MyCILEx by 30 September
Two of your CPD Outcomes must be focused on advocacy skills.
Half of your CPD Outcomes must be focused on criminal litigation and/or advocacy skills.