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Flight Training establishes both basic and advance  skills for new and current pilots about to enter front line flying squadrons. Given the rise in complexity of both aircraft and the scenarios they operate in, pilots need to be fully prepared to fly and fight in an effective way. Trainers must also face the challenges of reduced budgets and rising cost to train and equip their young pilots. Therefore, training doctrine and application need to be reimagined to incorporate new training styles as well as advances technologies such as advanced flight simulators. This allows pilots to quickly become accustomed to their specific aircraft and therefore able to complete their missions successfully, all at a reduced cost and greater result.

SMi group is proud to announce its 5th Annual Military Flight Training. The event will be held in London on the 21st and 22nd September to discuss the latest national approaches to training as well as the development of modern technologies to meet current and future complex mission scenarios faced by today’s pilots from fast fighters to multi-engine fixed wing aircraft.

  • A unique focus on training technologies such as flight simulators that allow pilots to prepare for specific missions
  • Fast Jet will be the primary discussion point as nations modernise their fighter fleets
  • The application of training and how specific nations are implementing programmes to enhance piloting skills will be discussed
  • Commanders of Air Forces
  • Commanders of fast jet trainer and operational conversion squadrons
  • Training support staff
  • Contract training staff
  • Commercial fast jet contractors
  • Flight Simulation technicians
  • Simulation program managers
     

Conference programme

8:00 Conference Registration and Informal Introductions

8:45 Chairman's Opening Address

Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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9:00 The UK Approach to Military Flight Training: Future Plans for the MFTS

Air Commodore David Bentley

Air Commodore David Bentley, Director of Flying Training, Royal Air Force

9:40 Incorporating Project Cognac into the Training of Fighter Pilots

Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair

Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair, Commander Flying Schools Command, French Air Force

  • Platform considerations and how they will benefit the transition from trainer to front line fighter
  • Full spectrum support to ensure effective pilot development
  • Delivering the desired air power effect for French air missions
  • 10:20 Morning Coffee and Networking in the Exhibition Area

    10:50 Military Flying Training – An Integrated Approach

    Peter Eadie

    Peter Eadie, Strategy & Business Development Manager Defence and Security, CAE

  • Modern training challenges
  • Live Flying Training
  • Synthetic Training Environment
  • Live-Virtual-Constructive Training to deliver "affordable readiness"
  • Training concepts - asynchronous training and surrogate aircraft
  • Military-led - Industry-delivered training partnership
  • 11:30 Panel Discussion: Exploring the Future of Fast Jet Technology to Enhance Training Doctrine for Air Forces Amongst Allies

  • The latest technologies enhancing fighter piloting skills
  • Integrating modern systems and adapting training fro today's younger, tech savvy pilot cadets
  • What future missions and challenges will jet pilots meet in the 21st Century?
     
  • Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair

    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair, Commander Flying Schools Command, French Air Force

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Commander of the Pilot Training Institute, Austrian A F Aviation School

    12:10 Networking Lunch

    13:10 The Czech Approach to Fast Jet Pilot Training

    Colonel Petr Tomanek

    Colonel Petr Tomanek, Commander of the 21st Tactical Air Base, Czech Air Force

  • Ambitions for the future CzAF Jet Training
  • New training aircraft
  • Developing simulation technology
  • Utilizing the skill of our trainers
  • 13:50 Panel Discussion: Considering Human Factors When Developing Flight Training Programmes

  • Reducing information overload and stress levels in the pilots to maximize effectiveness in the air
  • Human factors considered in synthetic training to help familiarize pilots with the systems they will use whilst airborne
  • Training the trainer to deliver a good service and mentor students in their development
  • Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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    Peter Eadie

    Peter Eadie, Strategy & Business Development Manager Defence and Security, CAE

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Commander of the Pilot Training Institute, Austrian A F Aviation School

    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair

    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair, Commander Flying Schools Command, French Air Force

    14:30 ‘Raising the Bar’ Developing Human Performance in Aircrew for Excellence

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Nick Goodwyn

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Nick Goodwyn, Director, EPT ltd Aviation Services

  • Selecting the right candidates
  • Motivation and developing correct behaviours
  • Resiliance and stress tolerance
  • Maximising the learning outcome
  • 'Through Life' development and mentoring of pilots from Cadet to Commander
  • Understanding business and the cost of rewards of outstanding training
  • 15:10 Afternoon Tea and Networking in the Exhibition Area

    15:40 The Human Factor in Defending Austrian Air Space

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Commander of the Pilot Training Institute, Austrian A F Aviation School

     

     

     

  • An overview of pilot training and education in the Austrian Air Force
  • The demands on pilots constantly policing national air space
  • Available technologies and strategies to maximize pilot effectiveness
  • Full spectrum support to ensure the best pilots available are ready for action over Austria

     

  • 16:20 How The Norwegian Air Force is Optimising Pilots For Operations in Arctic Conditions

    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen

    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen, Commander of RNoAF Flight School, Royal Norwegian Air Force

  • Cooperation with Nordic partners for successful fast jet pilot integration
  • Leveraging synthetic technologies to maximize the pilot learning experience
  • Focusing on developing skills and technology for operations in the Arctic
  • A case study of air operations during Exercise Cold Response
  • 17:00 Closing Remarks and End of Military Flight Training Day One

    8:30 Morning Registration

    9:15 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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    9:30 Discussing the New Future Aircrew Training (FAcT) Concept: What the RCAF Hopes to Gain in FAcT

    Lieutenant Colonel Charles Moores

    Lieutenant Colonel Charles Moores, Future Aircrew Training, Royal Canadian Airforce

    10:10 From Doctrine to Implementation: Improving Flight Training for the Modern Day Air Force

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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  • Considering training cost
  • Utilizing technology
  • International initiatives: cost vs compromise
  • 10:50 Morning Coffee in the Exhibition Area

    11:20 Panel Discussion: Exploring the Potential for International Cooperation in Pilot Training to Optimise Operations in Multi-National Theatres

     

     

     

  • Current examples of successful international cooperation
  • How it will enhance combat readiness in case of war
  • Sharing air space in order to better ensure collective defence

     

     

     

     

  • Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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    Colonel Peter Trierweiler

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler, Commander of the Pilot Training Institute, Austrian A F Aviation School

    Lieutenant Colonel Charles Moores

    Lieutenant Colonel Charles Moores, Future Aircrew Training, Royal Canadian Airforce

    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen

    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen, Commander of RNoAF Flight School, Royal Norwegian Air Force

    12:00 Simulation - Transformation or Hype?

    Andy Fawkes

    Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd

  • Simulation Technology Developments - Where have we come from and where might we go>
  • Live-synthetic Balance - Do the military really want more simulation?
  • Beyond the Hype - where in the future might there be real technological benefits to the military
     
  • 12:40 Networking Lunch

    13:40 JANUS - A New Advanced Training and Red-Air Aircraft Concept

    Georges Bridel

    Georges Bridel, Business Development Director, ALR Aerospace

  • Advanced training is a singular mission accomplished by specifically designed aircraft
  • An equally important mission is the realistic simulation of opponent aircraft (so called "red-air")
  • It is now possible to design an aircraft to match Advanced Training and Red-Air Mission equally well with the ultimate goal: lowest cost, high-energy and supersonic capability: JANUS concept
  • Full operational capability and lowest cost are achieved with most advanced data-links, systems and structures technology and a new reheat turbofan engine
     
  • 14:20 Panel Discussion: The Future of Air-Air Combat

  • How effective testing and evaluation prepares pilots for smooth transition to new frontline aircraft
  • Training the trainers: how strong leaders enable pilots to perform well in combat
  • Developing cooperation with partner nations for mutual benefits across the globe
     
  • Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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    Georges Bridel

    Georges Bridel, Business Development Director, ALR Aerospace

    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair

    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair, Commander Flying Schools Command, French Air Force

    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen

    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen, Commander of RNoAF Flight School, Royal Norwegian Air Force

    15:00 Afternoon Tea and Networking in the Exhibition Area

    15:30 Developing Advanced Debriefing Skills to Maximise the Learning Event - Introducing a Cultural Change

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Nick Goodwyn

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Nick Goodwyn, Director, EPT ltd Aviation Services

  •  Introducing a concept of understanding the cognitive processes of learning
  • Evolving the dynamics of the traditional 'debrief'
  • How this can lead to cultural change within an organization and maximize the effects of that learning in the flying training environment
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    16:10 Closing Remarks and End of Military Flight Training 2016

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones, Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
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    FEATURED SPEAKERS

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
    Air Commodore David Bentley

    Air Commodore David Bentley

    Director of Flying Training, Royal Air Force

    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Former Director Flying Training, UK MOD
    Air Commodore (Ret'd) Terry Jones

    Terry Jones was an RAF fast jet pilot for 32 years. He spent the majority of his career on the Tornado Force where he acquired over as a squadron pilot, flying instructor and squadron commander. He saw operational experience in Iraq and also Afghanistan where he commanded the UK’s air assets based at Kandahar from November 2008 to April 2009. In the last 10 years of Terry’s career, where he paid for all the fun he had in his first 20, he filled senior roles in the flying training system, ultimately becoming its director in 2012. Terry retired from the RAF in 2015 to become the Principal and CEO of a large Further Education College in Peterborough. Terry enjoys running, boxing and playing the piano (but not all at the same time – the gloves get in the way). He still flies regularly as a volunteer reserve pilot.

    Air Commodore David Bentley

    Director of Flying Training, Royal Air Force
    Air Commodore David Bentley

    Andy Fawkes

    Director, Thinke Company Ltd
    Andy Fawkes

    Andy Fawkes is an independent consultant working principally in the field of training and simulation. He is the Academic Liaison for Bohemia Interactive Simulations, lead for R&D projects at DiSTI Europe, and a regular speaker on simulation, training and technology. He has many years’ experience in defence planning, research management, procurement, education and change management and is the former head of simulation policy for the UK MoD, the Joint Training Capability Customer, and Chair of the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group.

    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair

    Commander Flying Schools Command, French Air Force
    Colonel Jerome Lacroix Leclair

    Col Lacroix-Leclair Jérôme is by trade a fighter pilot. He joined the French air force in 1993 and graduated from the French Air Force Academy with a master degree in Physics and an engineer diploma. He was awarded his four ship qualification in 2001. Throughout his career, he completed several tours on operations such as in Morocco, Djibouti, Chad and Saudi Arabia. He was the CO of a basic flying squadron and attended the Joint Staff and Command Program in Toronto where he acted as a directing staff for three years thereafter. He is a former Mirage F1, EMB312 “Tucano”/TB10 flight instructor and Alpha Jet flight instructor. He is currently commander of the flying schools command. He is responsible for the whole flying training in the French Air Force from elementary training to advanced training (phase 1 to phase 3).
     

    Colonel Peter Trierweiler

    Commander of the Pilot Training Institute, Austrian A F Aviation School
    Colonel Peter Trierweiler

    Born in the province of Styria on the 11th October 1956.
    1976: Graduation from secondary academic school and entering military service.
    1980: Graduation from military academy as a Lieutenant (pilot officer).
    1984: Instructor Pilot
    Several posts and functions related with pilot training. About 15 years of service as squadron commander of the PC7 squadron. 4700+ flying hours.
    Since 1997: Responsible for the practical aptitude testing (screening) of the pilot candidates and member of the admissions conference.
    2003 to 2007: Commander of the aviation school.
    Since 2007: Commander of the pilot training institute.
    Colonel Trierweiler is married to Waltraud and has a daughter of 33 years and a son of 28 years.
     

    Colonel Petr Tomanek

    Commander of the 21st Tactical Air Base, Czech Air Force
    Colonel Petr Tomanek

    Georges Bridel

    Business Development Director, ALR Aerospace
    Georges Bridel

    • 1971 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (ETHZ), Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering. PhD in Aerodynamics, Zurich (ETHZ)
    • 1979- 1992 Managing Director ALR-Aerospace, Switzerland (www.alr-aerospace.ch). Concept design of Piranha lightweight fighter in cooperation with BMAC
    • Boeing Military a/c Company Wichita KS. Project Director of FFA-2000 Eurotrainer Training a/c, Switzerland
    • 1993 – 2001 Senior Manager Advanced Design and
    • Technology department of DASA Aerospace. Project Director of DASA/Rockwell Ranger 2000
    • Jet Trainer incl. certification.
    • 2001 - 2011 Vice President Advanced Development & Technology with EADS (Airbus) Military Aircraft (Demonstrators, Technologies, Tools, Future Air Systems, Trainer a/c, Unmanned Air Systems)
    • Since 2011, Managing Director ALR, aircraft concept design and operations analysis, development of APP Aircraft Performance Program. Zurich. Aerospace consulting to government institutions and companies.
    • President of SVFW (Swiss Aerospace Engineers
    • Association), 1983 - 2003
    • President of CEAS, Council of European Aerospace
    • Societies 2008
    • Swiss Air Force Officer, active until 1991-
    • Associations, memberships:
       o FRAeS, UK
       o Fellow Air & Space Academy, France
       o AIAA, DGLR, AAAF
     

    Lieutenant Colonel Charles Moores

    Future Aircrew Training, Royal Canadian Airforce
    Lieutenant Colonel Charles Moores

    Lt Col Charlie Moores is a 26 year veteran of the British Army and a military helicopter pilot since 1994. His operational experience includes service in Hong Kong, Nepal and flying tours of Cyprus, Northern Ireland, Germany, Iraq and Canada. He has commanded squadrons in Germany and Iraq and is a former Deputy Chief Instructor at the UK School of Army Aviation as well as a Company Commander and Chief Instructor at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
    Staff appointments include the HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Corps Attack Helicopter Operations team and with the Joint Helicopter Command Commitments branch as the lead planner for UK helicopter commitments worldwide. He completed his service with the UK military as the senior staff officer responsible for all Capability Development activity involving JHC air platforms.
    Moving to Canada in 2012 and still recovering from the ‘strategic shock’ of becoming an Air Force officer, he was initially appointed as the Director of Air Requirements for Tactical Aviation as part of the Chief of the Air Force Staff, with particular focus as the Project Director for the new Chinook helicopter capability and the modernisation options for the Griffon helicopter fleet. Since January 2015 he has been responsible as the Project Director for Canada’s Future Aircrew Training.
    Lt Col Moores is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, the UK Advanced Command and Staff College and is pleasantly surprised to hold a Master’s Degree in Defence Studies from Kings College London.
     

    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen

    Commander of RNoAF Flight School, Royal Norwegian Air Force
    Lieutenant Colonel Dag Simastuen

    Lt Col Dag “Surf” Simastuen joined the Royal Norwegian Air Force (RNoAF) in 1985. In1988, he graduated from pilot training at Sheppard AFB, TX. In 1992, he graduated from Fighter Weapons Instructor Training (FWIT). Until 2006, he was a fully operational combat pilot and Mission Commander on the F-16. From 1999-2002, he served as an F-16 instructor pilot with the Air National Guard, in Tucson, Arizona.
    From 2002-2006, he was the Squadron Commander for the 331st Squadron (F-16), Norway. In 2002, he deployed to Kyrgisistan, where he was assigned as Detachment Commander for the RNoAF in Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).
    He received the highest level of military education at Norway’s Air Force Academy (1986 and 1995-97) and Defense Staff College (2006-2007).
    From July 2007- Mar 2011, he was assigned as the Norwegian Senior National Representative (SNR) at Euro NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training (ENJJPT) at Sheppard AFB, TX.
    In the period 2007-2015 he flew the T-38C, and served as an instructor pilot with the 88th Fighter Training Squadron (FTS), including being the Squadron Commander 2011-2013, where he were teaching students in basic air-to-air and air-to-ground fighter operations.
    Presently he serves as the Commander for the RNoAF Flight School in Norway.
    His flying experience consists of more than 5600 hours as an operational fighter pilot and instructor, 3500 of those hours are in the F-16 A/C/MLU.
     

    Peter Eadie

    Strategy & Business Development Manager Defence and Security, CAE
    Peter Eadie

    Peter Eadie completed 33 years’ service in the British Army in October 2015, having reached the rank of Colonel. He served for six years as an infantry officer, then transferred to the Army Air Corps, achieving 2,500 rotary wing hours, seeing extensive operational service in Afghanistan and Northern Ireland. His final operational tour of duty was as Commander Task Force Jaguar, the UK Joint Aviation Group in Afghanistan. During his final three years’ service, he was Commandant of the Army Aviation Centre, training all Army air and ground crew. He joined CAE in December 2015 in an EMEA strategy and business development role.

    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Nick Goodwyn

    Director, EPT ltd Aviation Services
    Squadron Leader (Ret'd) Nick Goodwyn

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    CAE

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    CAE is a global leader in delivery of training for the civil aviation, defence & security, and healthcare markets. We design and integrate the industry's most comprehensive training solutions, anchored by the knowledge and expertise of our 8,000 employees, our world-leading simulation technologies and a track record of service and technology innovation spanning seven decades. Our global presence is the broadest in the industry, with 160 sites and training locations in 35 countries, including our joint venture operations, and the world's largest installed base of flight simulators. Each year, we train more than 120,000 civil and defence aircrew, as well as thousands of healthcare professionals. CAE's Defence & Security business unit focuses on helping prepare our customers to develop and maintain the highest levels of mission readiness. We are a world-class training systems integrator offering a comprehensive portfolio of training centres, training services and simulation products across the air, land, sea and public safety market segments. We serve our global defence and security customers through regional operations in Canada; the United States/Latin America; Europe/Middle East/Africa; and Asia/Pacific, all of which leverage the full breadth of CAE's capabilities, technologies and solutions.


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    Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. (TAI), ranking among the top hundred global players in aerospace and defense industry, is the center of technology in design, development, modernization, manufacturing and life cycle support of integrated aerospace systems, from fixed and rotary wing air platforms to unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems and space systems. TAI has built its worldwide success on the foundation of the technological excellence of its products and solutions, participating in international aerospace programs such as JSF/F-35, A400M, A320, A330, A350 XWB, B737, B787 and B777. Located in Ankara, Turkey, on a 5 million square meters area with a state-of-the-art industrial facility of approximately 300 thousand square meters under roof, furnished with high technology machinery and equipment that enables design, development and modernization with extensive manufacturing capabilities ranging from parts/components manufacturing to aircraft assembly, flight tests and delivery as a reliable solution provider to both military and commercial customers. The widespread product and activity range grant TAI a unique and unmatched position globally. “ANKA” Medium Altitude Long Endurance (MALE) UAV System, “HÜRKUS” Turkish Primary and Basic Trainer Aircraft, “TURNA” and “SIMSEK” Target Drone Systems and Advanced Avionics Modernization Suites for Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing Platforms; T129 Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter, Telecommunication and E/O Surveillance/Reconnaissance Satellites; Satellite AIT Center, Special Mission Aircraft Conversions; and aerostructures for military and commercial airborne platforms are among TAI’s major products and activities. TAI Flight School provides standard and custom-designed Military/Police and Civil helicopter pilot training in accordance with international regulations. Determined to keep abreast of global technological developments and secure its place among the major aerospace companies, TAI leads Turkey to new horizons in aviation in the 21st century.

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    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

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    CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

    Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

    CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.

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    There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

    For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

    CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.

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    Professional bodies and Institutes CPD schemes are either structured as ‘Input’ or ‘Output’ based.

    ‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

    ‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

    The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

    As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SMI Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.

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    Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

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