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Time for CPD to maintain CEng professional registration

Time for CPD to maintain CEng professional registration

Time for CPD to maintain CEng professional registration

My professional registration renewal CEng is due early on next year. A minimum number of CPD hours must be documented.
Have gathered about 65% CPD to document technical knowledge core skills (self-learning, online courses, project, etc.). This should be fine.

But I miss extra CPD's on soft skills competences:
- Leadership,responsibility & management
- Communication & interpersonal skills
- Professional commitment

Not so much time left.
I am considering to put forward 2 weeks of workshop working on soft skills, transferable skills and interview skills?
Would this fly? Any orientations? Anyone went through this already (CEng via UK-SPEC or equivalent)?

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