Earn Your CPD Credits
By attending this Forum, you will be eligible to receive professional development and education credits from a number of associations.
ASSOCIATIONS PROVIDING CPD CREDITS
Applications with these associations are being made for the 2023 Land & Development Conference. Please check back for more details.
BCREA (BC Realtors Association)
Self-directed professional development is learning that has not been accredited by boards or BCREA but enhances your professional practice. It allows you to be recognized for learning that meets your individual needs.
To count toward your self-directed PDP hours, a learning opportunity must:1. Enhance your professional practice2. Be verifiable and auditable by your board3. Be a minimum of one hour of learning
REALTORS® can use 6 hours of self-directed learning toward their 18 required PDP hours each licensing cycle. Click here to find out more on self-directed learning and reporting.
Attendance at the Land & Development Conference may be eligible for 6 BOMI Continuing Professional Development (CPDs) Credits.
Law Society of Ontario
This program may be eligible toward the Law Society’s CPD Requirement as Substantive Hours. Please note that this program is not accredited for Professionalism Hours. For further information, please visit The Law Society of Ontario website – Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Mortgage Professionals Canada - request sent
The Land & Development Conference may be pre-approved by Mortgage Professionals Canada for CE Units in the Professional Development Category. This activity is self-reporting and can be achieved by logging into your account at www.mortgageproscan.ca and clicking on “My Courses”.
Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI)
OPPI members undertaking Continuous Professional Learning (CPL) may claim learning units according to the Institute’s CPL Program Guide.
Please note that OPPI neither pre-approves CPL events, nor assigns Learning Units to them; the Institute trusts its members to use their reasonable professional judgment in claiming credit, in accordance with the CPL Program Guide.