As a qualified member of the GDC (General Dental Council) you are required to undertake CPD that is relevant and appropriate to your professional responsibilities and personal development.

In order to count towards CPD, the training or development activity undertaken must be:

As a professional working (or on a career break) in dental practice or any other environment, you should identify what you require to carry out your current role effectively, as well as any identified future role. Courses are relevant where they contribute towards meeting your individual skills requirements. Please remember that CPD is not restricted to technical advancement but should also embrace personal development (management skills).

Depending on the requirements of the GDC, you may be required to demonstrate that the learning undertaken meets either input (units or hours) or output (learning outcomes) based criteria.

Where regulated by the GDC, you must be able to demonstrate that you have undertaken the learning.