Australian Health Design Council Events take on a wide variety of formats, generally featuring guest presentations, discussion and Q&A on topics relevant to architects and building design professionals involved in the design of healthcare and related environments.
Webinars are typically 1 hour in length and followed by informal discussion and networking opportunities.
Presenters and hosts are carefully selected for their knowledge and expertise in healthcare design, delivery and project management. Post-event questionnaires are circulated to attendees to evaluate the quality of the presentation and collect on-going feedback.
Participants should review event synopsis to determine the suitability of AHDC events for relevance to their profession and areas of interest. These can be found within event invitations.
CPD for Architects
Registered Architects in all Australian jurisdictions can log 1 formal CPD points for certain AHDC events. Always check the event invitation for the synopsis and relevant NSCA units. Architects are expected to complete the post-event questionnaire and maintain their own records of attendance. The post-event discussion is an opportunity for feedback and discussion to assist in learning outcomes. Alternatively, members can claim 1 informal points by accessing post-event recordings and presentation slides.
CPD for Project Managers
AIPM registered Project Managers (RegPM) can log 2 CPD points for each AHDC Event they attend. Participants should record their points under the category "A03 Development - Event 3" and maintain their own records of attendance.
CPD for Engineers
Engineers with EA Chartered credentials can access 1 CPD point for each AHDC Event they attend. Participants should assess the suitability of the content material for informing their engineering practice and log the activity type as "Type 2 - Workshop or Seminar". Alternatively, members can claim 1 CPD point for "Type 4 - Private Study" by accessing post-event recordings and presentation slides. Participants should maintain their own records of attendance.
Participants are responsible for maintaining their own records of attendance by downloading event details, presentation slide decks, individual notes, and questionnaire responses.