Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

If you are a member of a professional organisation, then you will most likely be able to claim Continuing Professional Development (CPD) or Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit points for attending our online and face-to-face training courses.

Most professional organisations require that their members earn a minimum amount of CPD/CPE points per year in order to maintain their standing within the organisation. In most cases, one hour of training will equal one CPD point but it is best to contact your professional organisation directly in order to verify how many CPD points you will earn by attending our courses.

On successful completion of an online course, you will be emailed a PDF copy of your certificate.  If you attend a face-to-face training course then you will receive a hard copy certificate at the end of the course on the day, so that you can record and keep track of your CPD credits.

CPA Australia CPD

Members of CPA Australia (Certified Practising Accountants Australia) are required to complete 120 hours of CPD every three years, with at least 20 hours undertaken each year.  You may include most forms of learning or study that have contributed towards your professional career including structured reading, discussion group meetings and technical study programs, such as Plum Solutions training courses as well as our Meetup sessions or webinars. You may claim 8 CPD hours for each full-day course, or 2 CPD hours for a attending a Meetup event.