CPD Event Advertising

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To advertise a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) event with PACFA, advertisers are required to apply for endorsement of the event. This ensures all CPD events meet the requirements of PACFA’s CPD Policy. PACFA endorses a wide range of CPD activities including workshops, short courses, long courses, and conferences.

Once endorsed, an external CPD provider is authorised to use the ‘PACFA Endorsed’ logo. The endorsed activity will be listed on the PACFA CPD Events page and included in the monthly eNewsletter.

Deadline


To ensure your CPD event is included in the monthly eNewsletter the deadline for copy and payments is the 15th of the month in the month of publication.

Processing time


Please allow:
2 working days processing time for individual applications
5 working days processing time for bulk applications

Format


The application form is an interactive PDF – please submit an interactive version. (Other formats will not be accepted).

Please note: only typed PDF applications will be accepted.

Application 


To apply to endorse a CPD event, download and complete the Application for CPD Event Endorsement and submit to enews@pacfa.org.au.

All applications are assessed in accordance with the CPD Event Endorsement Terms & Conditions.

Should you wish to advertise in the Psychotherapy and Counselling Today magazine, please visit the advertising section of our website for further information.

CPD Event Endorsement Application form


CPD Endorsement Application form 2020

 

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Feedback

We welcome your feedback and input in the form of news, views, letters, articles etc. Please forward these to enews@pacfa.org.au.

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