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CPD Activity Doubles in One Year for the CIM with Agylia

Bristol (UK), May 2021 - Agylia has partnered with the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), one of the world's leading marketing bodies, to deliver a new continuing professional development (CPD) management solution that enables members to record, track, and submit CPD activities, all supported by modern, easy-to-use technology.

Working in collaboration with CIM, Agylia combined the trusted Agylia learning management system (LMS) with a CPD management solution that was built around the core needs of CIM and their members.

Kate Gardhouse, Director of Customer Experience, IT & Operations at CIM said, "Having reviewed a number of options, they decided to partner with Agylia because of their understanding of the membership space, their partnership focus, and shared interest in developing a solution that would benefit their members."

The result was CIM CPD, a modern, easy to use platform that is accessible on desktop and apps, which enables members to take full ownership of their CPD records by allowing them to easily log a wide range of learning activities, upload evidence attachments, and write reflective notes, while tracking progress against the annual CPD requirements for their respective membership level.

Members can record learning activities provided by CIM, other organisations, or independent activities. These include eLearning, on-the-job training, reading professional journals, watching academic videos, or attending webinars and events. Once members have completed their CPD year, they receive a digital CPD certificate as proof of their commitment to ongoing development. If selected for audit by CIM, members can easily submit their completed CPD record, with all reflective notes and evidence files at the click of a button.

"CIM CPD is better enabling us to support their members with a true customer-centric CPD experience. Since its launch, sign-ups have doubled in one year. Supporting the increased level of CPD activity would not have been as straightforward without Agylia," added Kate.