For the CPD cycle ending on 31/12/2023, you can easily derive the 'CPD points' (read from now on as 'CPD hours') by summing the general and sector-specific hours per training domain.
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We kindly refer to the FSMA 'FAQ Continuing Education' which will be updated in the near future. This update will, subject to change, include the following general provisions, among others:
As from 1 January 2024, CPD for all CPD domains will be expressed in CPD hours. A distinction is made between 'general' CPD hours and 'sector-specific' CPD hours.
General CPD hours are awarded after attending a general CPD training course. This is training with a broad scope that covers two or more regulated activities and is equally relevant to these activities. General CPD training is eligible for the cumul of CPD.
Sector-specific CPD hours are awarded after attending a sector-specific CPD training course. This is training related to a single regulated activity. Sector-specific CPD training is not eligible for the cumulation of CPD.
In the training overview and on our specification sheets, the number of general and sector-specific CPD hours per CPD domain is explicitly mentioned.
For example : 'bank: 2h general and 3h sector-specific'. This means that from 1 January 2024, the training in this example entitles you to 2 general and 3 sector-specific CPD hours in the CPD domain 'banking and investment services'
Attention : For the CPD cycle ending 31/12/2023, you can easily deduce the 'CPD points' ( from now on read as 'CPD hours') by summing the general and sector-specific hours per CPD domain.
For example : 'bank: 2h general and 3h sector-specific'. Until 31 December 2023, this training entitles you to 5 points/hours in the CPD domain 'banking and investment services'