Adding a new CPD record

Adding a new CPD record

(Effective from 10 October 2019)
To enter a new CPD Activity, please

1. Click on the + Add CPD Activity button on the top right

You will be taken through to the screen where you can enter details of your CPD Activity

2. Click on the field: CPD Event

You need to click on the field or click the down arrow - this will provide a search bar where you can start typing in a few letters of the event you are looking for.
Hovering over the field or down arrow will not trigger this action - please click on it

    • Related Articles

    • CPD Handbook

      Message from the Chair Dear Fellows, The 2020 revised RANZCO CPD Handbook builds on the current comprehensive RANZCO CPD program, with notable improvements in the online CPD information included in the RANZCO CPD Home, and online learning portal ...
    • Editing a CPD record

      (Effective from 10 October 2019) To edit a CPD record that you have entered please follow the steps below: Editing from the 'Activities' screen Step 1: Click on one of the links in the CPD record  If you can not see your CPD record CPD record use the ...
    • New Features - CPD Diary

      Expected release dates: Web version: October 2019 App version: November 2019 Overview The new CPD Diary will be included within the RANZCO e-Diary (ReD).  It will be available in web version and an app version. The app version will be compatible for ...
    • Will the new CPD Diary be available in a web version and app version?

      Yes, the new CPD Diary will be available initially in a web version which will be available in the 3rd quarter of 2019.  We are also developing a CPD Diary app for Android and Apple devices which is due to be completed by the end of 2019. Web version ...
    • How do I log in to my CPD Diary?

      These instructions are intended for logging in via the RANZCO website (effective from 10 October 2019) Step 1. Go to the RANZCO website  Step 2. Click on 'To Portal' button On the top right hand of RANZCO's website click on the 'To ...