Recording your CPD
You need to log your CPD through your myCILEX portal.
- If you are on an outcomes-based requirement, there is no need to specify which outcomes relate to your specialist area. On the CPD view table it may state specialism ‘no’, please note this is due to our Associate members who are on a mixed requirement of hours and outcomes and they are still required to complete a certain amount of hours in their specialist areas.
- As the online CPD recording system is directly linked to your membership records, each time you add an entry to the online logbook it is automatically submitted and saved to your record. There is no requirement to tick a ‘submit’ button. At the end of the CPD year (30 September, unless you have requested an extension), your CPD record will automatically be closed by CILEx Regulation.
We have documents which you can use, should you wish to evaluate on the activities you have use for the outcomes-based requirement.
Failure to submit your required CPD hours will result in a loss of any benefits attached to your membership status with effect from 30 September 2022. For Chartered Legal Executives and Legal Accounts Fellows, this means you will lose your designatory letters, your right to act as a Commissioner for Oaths and your right to exercise any other rights attached to your membership, such as rights of audience.
Chartered Legal Executives and Associate Prosecutors will not receive a Practising Certificate for 2022 if they have not met their 20/21 CPD requirements, even where they have paid their subscriptions and submitted the prior conduct form.