You can apply for an exemption at anytime during your CPD cycle for the following reasons: retirement temporary withdrawal from professional practice extended leave due to illness or relocation
You need to be in good standing with the Council. Submit a letter of request, affidavit and ID copy to the CPD Coordinator Upon approval, you will be give 12 months of CPD exemption
You will be given 12 months grace period for you to be able to comply. If you are still not compliant at the end of that year, deregistration will follow.
No. Activities that were done prior to registration will be considered as CPD activities.
Each CPD activity is different, therefore, evidence differs for every activity. Contact the CPD Coordinator for Acceptable Evidence.
No. Unfortunately, each category has its significance in your CPD, so you need to accumulate CPD hours for each category.
If I have more than 50 CPD points at the end of the CPD cycle, can my points be transferred to the next cycle?admin2021-10-15T09:16:00+00:00
Only 10 CPD hours from Category can be transferred to the next CPD cycle
If an activity/course is not validated by SACPCMP but rather another statutory or voluntary body, will it be considered as a validated course?admin2021-10-15T09:16:13+00:00
SACPCMP is an independent statutory body, so if an activity or course is not validated by the Council, it will be treated as an unvalidated course.
Ask the service provider for the SACPCMP validation number Check the validation number on the website Ensure that the validation number reflects on your certificates