Earn CPD Points & Digital Badges

In the increasingly global competitive L&D market, where L&D professionals from outside your traditional market are your potential new competitors (just as you could be theirs, it is important you find ways to stand out. Here are two ways that ILP can help .

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points

CPD is essential to enhance your knowledge and skills. CPD can involve any relevant learning activity, whether formal and structured or informal and self-directed. 

Generally, one CPD point is equal to one hour of active learning. That means you get one point for every hour you spend on an ILP learning activity.  For example, if you attend one of our Masterclasses you would earn 1 CPD Point or if you attended a full-day workshop (i.e. 9 am – 5 pm with an hour lunch break) you would gain 7 CPD points.

And Certified ILP Learning Professionals are not limited to earning CPD points from ILP events, and for any active learning you do will qualify for maintaining your ILP Certification. Just keep a record of the active learning you do, so we can recertify you for the next year.

Digital Badges

Showcase your achievements, experience, or skills by displaying your digital badges


ILP offers a variety of badges to recognise your

  • Membership level (Professional or Fellow level)

  • Experience and skills by achieving an ILP Certification

  • Successfully completing our Certificate IV in Learning Design & Facilitation qualification

  • Australia Learning Impact Awards – Winners & Finalists

  • Successful completion of an ILP program

All ILP members will receive a digital badge after registration or renewal. If you are a current ILP member or have achieved one of the above items, please request a digital badge now by completing the ‘My Digital Badge‘ form , and we will get it set up to stand out from the crowd .

Share Your Badge

And when you get the advice that your badge(s) are ready, here is how you can share your digital badge (for a certification, award or membership) to demonstrate your commitment to professional learning and development.