Continuing Professional Education

Continuing Professional Education (CPE) is a continuous learning program that must be attended by CSP members to always maintain, improve and develop their professional competencies.

As the holder of the Certified Sustainability Practitioners (CSP) certification, CSP members are required to properly develop and implement the sustainability knowledge in carrying out their professional duties and obligations.

Requirements of Continuing Professional Education (CPE)

CSP members are required to maintain and improve competence through CPE activities organized by ICSP and NCSR or other parties recognized by ICSP. The CPE activities include:

  1. Training, course, workshop, panel discussion, seminar, conference, convention, or symposium.
  2. Preparing articles, newsletters, magazines, or books with materials relevant to sustainability and published on the ICSP website.
  3. Professional research or studies in fields relevant to sustainability.
  4. Lecturer or speaker in a CPE program organized by ICSP or NCSR.

CPE Credit Calculation

Total CPE Credits is the score obtained by CSP members after implementing or participating in CPE organized by ICSP and NCSR or other parties recognized by ICSP.

Total CPE Credits that must be participated by CSP Members is at least 12 (twelve) CPE Credits within a period of 1 (one) year.

CSP members are required to submit a complete annual CPE realization report to ICSP at the end of December each year.

  1. For training, the course consists of 50 minutes of training equivalent to 1 CPE credit.
  2. For workshops, panel discussions, seminars, conferences, conventions, or symposiums consists of 50 minutes equivalent to 1 CPE credit.
  3. For the preparation of articles, newsletters, magazines, or books equivalent to 20 CPE credits.
  4. For professional research or study equivalent to 30 CPE credits.
  5. For a teacher or speaker in a CPE program equivalent to 25 CPE credits.

CPE Report

CSP members are required to submit a complete annual CPE realization report to ICSP at the end of December each year.

Under the condition:

Attach certificates of the activities and send to [email protected]

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Institute of Certified Sustainability Practitioners (ICSP) is an organization for Sustainability Practitioners. Established to educate professionals preserving natural and social capital resources by using principle professional guidelines.

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NCSR was established in 2005 by government bodies, corporations and individuals in early recognition of the need to develop competency in sustainability within Indonesia. In 2007, the Government of Indonesia included a requirement for conducting some sustainability actions and reporting on those actions for some private and public corporations. Since its inception, NCSR has remained updated on global sustainability issues, becoming a GRI Certified Training Partner and GRI Data Partner. NCSR has run the Indonesia Sustainability Reporting Awards since 2005.

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