Continuing Professional Education - European Federation of National Engineering Associations

European Federation of National Engineering Associations

FEANI defines CPD as the acquisition of knowledge, experience and skills, as well as, the development of personal qualities. It contains both the acquisition of new skills, to broaden competence, and the enhancement of existing skills to keep abreast of evolving knowledge.

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