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The Continuous Professional Development Research Project

The CPD Research Project
The Continuous Professional Development Research Project was launched in late 2010 by Amanda Rosewarne with the support of Kingston University Business School. Recognising a lack of independent research within the area of CPD and lifelong learning the project has primarily focussed on exploring three core areas:

  • Individual perceptions of CPD
  • The effectiveness of CPD schemes and activities
  • The organisational benefits of CPD

Online survey findings for the Association of Project Management.

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