Continuing Professional Education


Continuing Professional Education, CPE, is a platform for improving your knowledge at your workplace. Education or training doesn’t stop when we leave school, college, or university. CPE is the education you get for your chosen career or field. Taking CPE courses adds value to the business you work for and to your CV. It helps you stay current with emerging HR trends and practices that are relevant to your career.

It is an investment that you or your employer makes. CPE is a form of training of key skills and knowledge for your work.

Benefits of CPE

CPEs are meant to be beneficial to the employer and employee. It is a means to self-development and staying relevant to the needs and demands of the job. Below are a few but to mention the benefits of attending CPEs.

Employee Benefits

The employee stands to make great gains in taking part in continuing professional education. Below are a few just to mention
1. CPE gives you more knowledge and skills related to your job.
2. You will receive training on standards and best practices in the industry.
3. It helps you to be innovative at your workplace. You will receive training that you can customize to suit your work situation or environment.
4. You get the opportunity to ask questions bothering you on your job and receive expert advice.
5. You have the opportunity to network with HR professionals from other institutions or fields.
6. Meeting legal and regulatory requirements to remain a member in good standing.

Employer Benefits

The employer stands to benefit from encouraging and assisting employees to undertake CPEs. Below are some of the benefits, just to mention a few:
1. An effective workforce with up-to-date knowledge and skills.
2. Job satisfaction, where employees feel rewarded for their work.
3. It gives the employer confidence in the employee’s ability to deliver on targets and responsibilities. That is a testament to your preparedness or readiness to meet challenges.
4. Lower staff turnover as the team feels more committed to the job.
5. Better employee retention because they feel invested in.
6. A modern, skilled group of employees who can drive the business to success.

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