The purpose of this page is to provide an 'at a glance' overview of our programme of webinars and online meetings.

All our CPD webinars are free to members, please register your interest for each session so we can send you the necessary joining link. Non-members can also join these sessions by registering and paying online. 

If you have ideas for future webinar topics or would like to run a session, please contact 


Understanding the roots of routes: the role of occupational maps in the design of the new technical education system and their potential use for career guidance

Occupational maps will be the driver of the new technical education system. 15 occupational maps have been developed to show the occupations within each of the technical education routes and illustrate the relationships between apprenticeships and T-levels as well as the possible career progression routes.


NHS Wales : Why we're passionate about technology, systems & information (Free Webinar)

NHS Wales: ‘Why we’re passionate about technology, systems and information’, is the title of the third webinar in the new series presented by NHS Wales. This webinar will focus on understanding the importance of the varied roles in the informatics service developing the future of digital healthcare; how the developments in informatics are making an impact, and what we can expect in the future. During the session you will hear from some of the NHS's software developers, apprentices, and project managers as they recount their personal career stories.


Getting into law and law apprenticeships (free webinar)

Deciding to study and practise law is a big decision. Whether students ultimately want to practice as a solicitor, barrister or chartered legal executive, with up to 6 years legal study and practical legal training, it’s a huge commitment


CDI Cymru - Embracing neurodiversity (Free Webinar)

In this webinar, Liz will be unpicking what is meant by neurodiversity in the 21st century, what we mean by neurodiverse strengths and positive niche construction, and how these concepts can contribute, not only to individual career development, but also to the creation of a more dynamic and creative workforce.