The Victorian Government is considering a proposal to introduce a mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CDP) framework for registered building practitioners and licensed and registered plumbers.
A CPD framework will ensure that building and plumbing practitioners in Victoria have the most up to date skills and knowledge required for their industry. It also means building and plumbing practitioners will be kept informed of any changes to technical or regulatory requirements that may affect their day-to-day practice.
We’re seeking information and feedback from registered building practitioners and licensed and registered plumbers to help inform the development of a CPD framework.
Your feedback will help shape the way we develop a framework that will benefit both industry practitioners and the wider community.
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