Your CPD Partner
"A very productive way in which to gain CPD hours, most enjoyable"
Eamonn Waters, Finance Officer, Selwyn District Council
Many of our customers find great benefit in using Conferenz & Bright*Star public and in house training to contribute towards their annual training requirements. Most of our courses provide approximately 6 hours worth of CPD per day, though this varies depending on how your association treats CPD hours.
For your convenience just a few of these organisations are listed below:
Association of Administrative Professionals New Zealand Inc (AAPNZ):
To get AAPNZ certification you must show 25 hours worth of informal learning over the past 5 years, our seminars can contribute to this requirement.
New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA):
Structured CPD – 1 hour for every hour of training at Conferenz seminar, for a two day seminar this equates to approximately 12.5 CPD hours. Chartered Accountants are required to undertake 20 hours of CPD per year.
New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI):
Selected Conferenz Training seminars are eligible for “Category One” CPD hours. Full members are required to undertake 50 hours of CPD over two years.
New Zealand Computer Society (NZCS):
Members must complete 10 hours of CPD per year. Details regarding eligibility of courses for CPD are available on the New Zealand Computer Society website.
New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors:
Members must complete 45 hours of accredited CPD over a period of 3 years.
Property Institute of New Zealand (PINZ):
PINZ Members must complete a total of 20 credits per year, of which 10 must be property related and 5 must be at a PINZ event. Our training can count towards the remainder of these points. 1 Hour of training = 1 Point
If you wish to include your organisation on the above list, please contact us, along with details of CPD requirements for your organisation.
Please note that individual organisations CPD requirements do change from time to time, so please confirm CPD with your member organisation.