CPD credits and appraisal

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) refers to the process of tracking professional learning activities engaged in advancing and improving both abilities and experience. Engaging in CPD activities proves that both theoretical and applied qualifications are always maintained. It empowers learning and self-development to become proactive rather than passive, on an ongoing basis.

We recognize the importance of providing CPD credits; therefore, a convenient and flexible way to earn such credits is by attending our live webinars, all focused on improving and delivering effective professional development.

PECB issues CPD credits for:

  • People who attend our biweekly webinars (1 CPD credits)
  • PECB Resellers and Trainers who attend PECB Reseller Webinars
    • Attend one day only (3 CPD credits)
    • Attend two days (6 CPD credits)

Please note that we issue CPD credits to the participants who attend more than 60% of the webinar. To be issued a certificate of attendance and gain the CPD credits, please contact us at marketing@pecb.com.

Webinar Presenters

Webinars are hosted by premium and renown presenters who have an extensive experience in the field they operate. They possess a variety of skills, certifications, and advanced educational backgrounds upon which they draw and facilitate excellent experiences for the audience.

Professionals who are interested in presenting a webinar should demonstrate that they are qualified and have considerable experience in the topics they will cover. With a record of 380+ successfully organized webinars and with an average of 1,200 registrants per webinar, we give you complete visibility and promote your knowledge to a wide global audience for free.

To apply for presenting a webinar to a global audience, please contact us at marketing@pecb.com.

What is a webinar and how often is it organized?

A webinar is a live online web-based educational, informative, or instructional seminar which connects the presenter to a global online audience, through a video or audio component. It is a two-way process which allows participants to engage live with the presenter and create a high degree of interaction by submitting their questions, comments, and suggestions.

PECB organizes different webinar campaigns. These webinars are held on a biweekly basis with a one-hour presentation consisting of different topics related to different fields.