Implementing agency:Professional Regulation Commission

Continuing Professional Development is a lifelong learningprocess which aims to enhance the competence of the professional by upgrading and updating knowledge and skills for the profession as brought about by modernization, scientific and technical advancements in the profession.

The scope shall be beyond the basic preparation for admission to the practice of the regulated profession. It is necessary that registered and licensed professionals are required to complete the required units every three (3) years or as specified in their Professional Regulatory Law or as provided by the PRB and the Commission.Any excess creditable units earned are not carried over the next three-year period except credited units earned for doctorate and master’s degrees or specialty trainings.