Continuing Professional Development
The Institute’s requirements in relation to CPD are set out in its RH accreditation policy and its guidelines for CPD, published at www.aih.org.au/publications
The Institute expects Registered Horticulturists to be familiar with and meet the CPD requirements as set out in those documents.
Under the policy, as an Registered Horticulturists you must:
CPD undertaken by Horticulturists should be consistent with the ethics and principals set out in the various policies and codes published by the Institute. In planning your schedule of activities each two year period you should consider and record information that addresses your needs:
What opportunities or motivation for further education or learning could the activity create for you?
Learning occurs through a wide variety of formal and informal activities.
To support an RH program AIH have implemented a CPD Continuing Professional Development calendar of workshops, events and activities.
Other industry events will also be recognised by AIH.
It is recommended that these activities contribute to your CPD plan.
Formal learning activities are activities that contribute to the maintenance and development of competencies and practices.
Formal learning activities may refer to:
Informal and incidental learning CPD activities may refer to:
(including but not limited to):
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