Developing Resilience CPD (2019-20)

This Developing Resilience CPD Update for CILEx members is ideal for fulfilling your planned outcomes for the CPD year. Our CPDs are published annually for the CPD year ending on 30 September in the same year.

Who is this for?

Associate Members, Graduate Members and Fellows of CILEx, as well as Associate Prosecutors, who can use them to fulfil CPD requirements as set out in the CPD guide issued by CILEx.

The updates are relevant for any practitioner who wishes to learn of current developments in their subject. They include self-test questions and answers, so that you can check your understanding and knowledge of the content.

The updates are available in print format only.


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Important information

The updates are available in print format only. Publication of the updates will take place during spring 2020 for the CPD year which ends on 30 September 2020.

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