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Maternity Leave

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by annadorsa, May 17, 2011.

  1. annadorsa

    annadorsa Member

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    Hello All!
    Hope the land of Podiatry going well! .... ok, BIG Q, what suggestions r there for CPD ESPECIALLY if u are on maternity leave for the year?? ie. anything AT HOME u can do? or that is inexpensiv?? cheers :)
  2. Catfoot

    Catfoot Well-Known Member

    If you are not working then I didn't think there was a requirement to engage in CPD - or have I got that wrong?

    Confused cat
  3. annadorsa

    annadorsa Member

    .. contacted the board and apparently we do!!! AND also the 1st Aid training etc....unless you renewed as non-practising this year?
  4. aspod

    aspod Member


    Could someone please let me know when the CPD points are due. I am registered in Aust but have been in the UK for the last 12 months (and also have not opened mail!), I also like you Teeny toes have to prove CPD even though I have not been practicing there. It is very difficult to do without costing a lot!!

    Thank you
  5. annadorsa

    annadorsa Member

    they are due Nov 2011. I am sure under your circumstances they may offer exemption??? maybe its best you email the board? just google it n ul find it ;)
    As for finding out how to obtain CPD ? well im still trying to sus that out ( whilst feeding ;) ! )
  6. aspod

    aspod Member

    Thank you! I have just found this link through Pod Arena, havnt looked at it yet but it may be useful.
    Just google Judith Brown CPD. Good luck with the CPD and the little bubba!

  7. aspod

    aspod Member

    Hello again, This is another site that may be useful. Most of it you have to pay for but the plantar fasciitis one is free!!



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