Launch of SIPTU College for Continuous Professional Development
SIPTU Health Division will launch the ‘SIPTU College for Continuous Professional Development’ this Tuesday (19th September) in the Albert Theatre, Royal College of Surgeons at 6 pm.
The college, a collaborative partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons, is set to formally launched by the Minister for Health, Simon Harris and SIPTU General Secretary, Joe O‘Flynn.
The college launch follows months of engagement with members of the need to provide support for SIPTU Health Division members achieve their professional development goals through lifelong learnings and specially constructed education programmes.
The need to achieve Continuous Professional Development is crucial for all health service workers. In addition, legislative requirements for the evidence of same will become a central factor for continued statutory registration with bodies such as Nurse Midwife Board of Ireland (NMBI) and the Health and Social Care Professionals Council (CORU).
Through this partnership, SIPTU Health Division members will be able to access world-class education programmes which will be provided through direct and remote teaching methods. The programmes will be accredited by the RCSI and will be provided at a very competitive cost.
For any member that wishes to attend the launch and reception, there are limited spaces available. To book a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org