What you need to know about CPD Audit and the revised PII arrangements registration standard

18 Apr 2016

The Osteopathy Board of Australia is hosting a free 1-hour webinar on CPD audit and changes to the PII registration standard.

The webinar will give you the opportunity to directly interact with the Board and AHPRA.

The first half hour will be on the important changes to the PII registration standard including question and answer time and the second half hour will be allocated to the current audit of the CPD registration standard and will also include question and answer time. You can join or leave the webinar at any time.

Dr Nikole Grbin (osteopath), Chair of the Osteopathy Board of Australia will host the webinar, and she will be joined by AHPRA staff from the audit and policy team for the Q&A session.

Date: Thursday 5 May 2016

Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm (AEST)

Places are limited, so to secure your place, please register below:

Register now

If you are unable to participate on the day, a recording of the webinar will be available on the Board’s website two weeks after the broadcast.

Useful information

Continuing Professional Development

Participation in this session (or viewing the recording at a later date) can count towards the ‘Engagement with the profession’ category of your continuing professional development (CPD), provided you keep detailed records of your learning.

Technical tips

  • To participate, you will need a computer, tablet or smartphone connected to the internet and headphones or speakers to hear the broadcast.

    The email confirming your registration will contain a link to join the webinar on the GoToWebinar website.

  • If you plan on using a tablet or smartphone, GoToWebinar is available as an app for Apple and Android devices; you will need to enter the webinar ID number from your confirmation email.
  • If you’re planning to watch the webinar with a colleague or as part of a group, only one person needs to register (provided you watch on a shared device or computer).
  • If you would like to test your connectivity prior to the session, please visit the connection test page.

For more information on joining a webinar, see the GoToMeeting Frequently Asked Questions page and reference guide for attendees.

 
 
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