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Continuing Professional Development

For healthcare professionals, with an ever-evolving professional landscape, finding ways to keep up to date with industry developments and time to improve your knowledge and skills and earn CEUs can be a difficult task. Especially when packed schedules and overcrowded waiting rooms have become the norm.

Fortunately, with Unilever Health, healthcare professionals are presented with an opportunity to stay up to date with industry developments and best practices and earn continuing education units (CEUs) too. Enabling health practitioners to improve their practice and advance their skills to ensure they can provide the highest quality care to the public and practice safely and legally.

Read on and learn how you can earn CEUs and enhance your skills with the Unilever Health Continuing Professional Development program.

What is the Unilever CPD Program?

For healthcare professionals, maintaining and continually updating professional competence is essential for continued professional and career development in the ever-evolving healthcare environment. As a result, several years ago, the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and other professional regulatory bodies developed the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program for healthcare professionals. CPD can be described as the maintenance, improvement and acquisition of skills, knowledge and competencies relevant to a profession. This is especially important in industries where the public relies heavily on the abilities of a professional, such as in healthcare.

To support the amazing work of healthcare professionals in South Africa and provide practitioners with accessible ways to earn CPD points, Unilever Health created the Unilever CPD program. Unilever CPD offers health professionals free and easy options to enable practitioners to earn CPD points, also known as continuous education units (CEUs), to boost their CPD status. With the Unilever CPD program, staying ahead of the industry curve is made simple, with a variety of ways for you to improve your practice, expand your knowledge and skills and earn the CEUs you need. Enabling you to provide the highest quality care to your patients.

How to Earn Healthcare CEUs with Unilever Health

Through the Unilever CPD program platform, you can access our vast library of various resources that cover a broad range of topics including the science behind our products and useful patient resource material. You can earn CEUs by reading accredited articles online, attending specific workshops, and listening to accredited professional talks.

To earn CEUs with Unilever Health, simply visit our website and create an account. Once you have created an account, you will be able to explore our broad range of resources and begin your professional development journey.

With Unilever CPD, health professionals are provided with the perfect opportunity to stay updated with industry developments and trends and expand their knowledge and skills, helping improve their practice and patient outcomes. Begin your journey towards professional development by registering for the Unilever CPD Program today and earn the CEUs you need.

FAQs

Who can sign up for the Unilever CPD Program?

The Unilever Continuing Professional Development Program was created to enable health practitioners to access resources for continued professional development. Thus, all healthcare professionals can sign up for the Unilever CPD.

What are the requirements for joining the Continuing Professional Development Program?

The only requirement to join the continuing professional development program is to be a registered healthcare professional.

How do I get CPD points?

Sign up for the Unilever CPD program platform and explore our broad range of various resources that will enable you to earn CPD points.

How many CPD points do I need per year?

Healthcare professionals are required to have 30 CPD points per year.

Do I have to pay to join the CPD Program?

No, you do not have to pay to join the Unilever CPD program as we offer free resources to show our thanks for all the hard work healthcare professionals do.

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