The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) are asking vets to prove they are up to date with their CPD in an annual audit that they are currently carrying out. Over 1400 vets will be asked if they have been keeping their skills and knowledge up to date by engaging in personal development (CPD) for a minimum of 105 hours over a rolling 3 year period. This will be checked through their online Professional Development Record or by sending the RCVS a copy of their CPD record cards.
If you are non compliant you will be asked to explain why this is the case and you will be asked to send a plan of how you will become up to date on your personal development. All vets that are to be audited will find out at the beginning of September. To find out more information about what counts towards CPD visit the RCVS website.
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