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Financial Standard CPD Program - Developing Excellence

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The Financial Standard CPD Program has been developed for those professionals governed by the Financial Services Reform Act 2001 and has an obligation to undertake continuous professional development (CPD).

The CPD Program is an ongoing professional development program integrated into the content of the Financial Standard Newspaper to allow subscribers, at their own pace, and when it suits them, to develop and monitor their knowledge and understanding of investment issues and practices. The program has been designed to either complement your other continuous education initiatives or be the foundation of a stand-alone program.

The Financial Standard CPD Program - Developing Excellence is complimentary to Premium Financial Standard subscribers.

CPD Program Online

The CPD Program is available online, where assessment questions can be lodged, and activity statements generated. Simply log in using your Financial Standard subscriber number and password. A record of your CPD work history is maintained for instant online access. You need to be a paid subscriber of the Financial Standard to access this service.

  • Questionnaires
    CPD subscribers can access CPD questions online, but you must be logged in. Current and archived volumes are listed.
  • CPD Activity Statements
    CPD subscribers can access CPD Program Activity Statements once logged in.
  • CPD Account History
    CPD subscribers can access CPD Program Activity Statements and Account history once logged in.

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