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Continuous Professional Development. Australian Institute of TechnicalChefs.  CPD –  AITC 

Continuous professional development (CPD) enables professional chefs to remains relevant and current in today’s ever changing culinary occupation. It is not only about being “current” which only a relatively small outcome. It is also a great deal more about encountering new horizons, techniques and  learning alternative opinions that shows you consistently expand your culinary knowledge as a professional.
It is also an integral activity you agreed to when inducted as a professional chef into AITC.  Apart from identifying your  status in the public and industry community as a professional chef,  CPD  separates professionals from ordinary chefs by segregating the skilled from the semi skilled.
 
This is your record of your continuing professional development (activities that enable you to maintain your membership of the Australian Institute of Technical Chefs).
 
We prefer that you complete and forward your personal record online (when requested at subscription renewal) However you may alternatively download and complete your CDP record and return by email.
 
In situations like long service leave, maternity leave, illness, extended vacations, retirement, temporary leave from your career, or other legitimate situations that prevented you from maintaining your full professional development commitments, you may apply to the council for  a reduction or exemption . This must be tendered in writing.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What   is required to re- register? Conditions for continuing membership requires a minimum of fifty (50) credit points of professional development points during their initial two years and thereafter every five years of registration.

How long do I have to respond?  Members receive the request  for their CPD record approximately one month prior to due fees. Members must respond within one calendar month of receiving notice  of  their continuous development record.

How do I claim credit points for an activity not officially identified – Precedence of unique claims for CPD activities will be set by the AITC council. However as a general rule, 1 hour in a development learning initiative nominally equate to 1 credit point.

What happen if I am refused continued registration? When de-registered, your certificate and licence is withdrawn and you will be shown to be deregistered on the Institute directory. If de- registered you will need to apply and pay the registration fee again for “affiliate” membership.

Can I appeal for not being re- registered? You may appeal in writing if de-registered. However expect to attend or explain to a council meeting  why you have not achieved the continuous development points required for re- registration.

Will all members of the institute be audited?   NO, we intend to basically follow a professional honour system; however for our own sake and maintain creditability, we intend to audit a percentage of membership at random.

Activities are defined as involvements that influences and stimulate personal and/or professional development and external to your day to day occupational role. (With the exception when training apprentices) Points may be accumulated from activities that are participatory, networking, advisory, educational, training, social and more.

Additional and unique activities submitted to council for consideration must include a description, and approximate hours involved in the activity which must be individually beneficial, culinary or occupation specific, have a measureable outcome, linked to a time-period, relevant to the responsibility of a professional chef, or a TechnicalChef in an associated professional career.

Professional chefs and those in associated careers that support chefs, develop through a number of educational activities, such as: Association memberships, Competitions, Conferences, Courses, Eating out, Exhibitions, In-house training, Internet, Master classes, Mentoring  Networking, Self-directed learning, Social activity, Workshops, Seminars and more.

For an activity to be recognised it must be relevant to improving your current or future job or role as a chef ,or in an occupation emanating from a professional chef.

To meet continuous development obligations and maintain registration as a professional TechnicalChef, we request you to complete PREFERABLY ONLINE the information below and return for prompt approval WHEN REQUESTED for renewal of your registration.

You only need claim activities that amount to 50 points, however in the case of an audit; you must be able to provide clear evidence.

This information will be kept confidential, however your record  may be subject to our own audit processes.
Open and update  CPD Record

CHOOSE EITHER FORM DESIGN A, OR FORM DESIGN B.  DO NOT COMPLETE BOTH. 

FORM A.  Form A is selected if you wish to use a “tick the box” style to identify you CPD. You should explore both A and B CPD styles and select which one best suits the way you wish to record your Continuous Professional Development. Once selected,  a style should not be changed.

FORM B. Form B is selected if you wish to use a   written descriptive style. You should explore both A and B CPD styles and select which one best suits the way you wish to record your Continuous Professional Development. Once selected,  a style should not be changed.

Notes:

CPD points should be claimed for two directly related activities – If the same activity is claimed in one category it may not be claimed in another that is directly associated. E.G. CPD points should not be claimed in both (visited exhibition = 10 points)  at the same time was a culinary judge at the exhibition = 20 points. The higher points will  be honoured.

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