Continuing Professional Development

Brokers, insurance advisers and managers are required to keep well informed and up to date on the latest technical, product and regulatory changes affecting the professional by undertaking relevant continuing professional development (CPD). Like all professional bodies, NIBA requires all practising members to obtain a minimum of 50 CPD points over each two-year period. The current two-year period is: 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2018.

NIBA members can fulfil their CPD requirements via a combination of attendance at accredited seminars, industry expos and conventions, including the annual NIBA Convention.

Click the tabs below for more detailed information on CPD requirements.

ASIC Requirements

NIBA Member Requirements

Developing Training Plans

Seminars, conventions and industry expos

NIBA also runs a variety of educational seminars, underwriting expos and our annual Convention, all of which have a CPD rating. Full details can be found on the CPD Event calendar page.

In addition, companies and organisations can apply to have their seminars and events accredited for NIBA CPD points through CPD Course Accreditation.

Programs which NIBA has already accredited can be found by searching the CPD Register.

Get your course accredited

Companies and organisations can apply to have their seminars and events accredited for NIBA CPD points.