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UKHMA Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
“The systematic maintenance, improvement and broadening of professional knowledge, understanding and skill and the development of personal qualities necessary to undertake professional and technical duties throughout the Members working life.”


The new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) facility is open to all UKHMA Members.

Members should register for the service using their existing UKHMA website login details (email address and password) in the ’Join the CPD Programme’ panel below.

Most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) regarding the CPD scheme are answered in the CPD at A Glance document below. Further guidance documentation is available, including worked examples, following registration.

Prior to registration, your attention is drawn to the CPD Terms and Conditions document below.

A dedicated email Helpline is associated with the CPD programme, covering registration enquiries, non-Member registration, use of the programme, and access difficulties. Please contact: cpd@ukhma.org. Please do not contact the Secretary regarding CPD issues.

Non-Members, with a genuine interest in following a career as a harbour master, may join the scheme at a fee of £104 per annum (2017 rates).


Join the CPD Program

Please first login as a UKHMA member:
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CPD Documents
CPD Terms & Conditions
 
CPD at a Glance
 
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