This category includes both the Technical and Non-Technical Learning.

Technical Learning: Technical learning is the core learning necessary to maintain technical competency and keep pace with the changes which impact the practice of the professions. Activities in this category relate to advancing a member’s technical and professional knowledge and skills.

Non-Technical Learning: Non-technical learning activities include communication, leadership, team-building or other soft skills related to advancing a member’s professional abilities in management and non-technical knowledge. It can include learning or improving management skills in any of project management, team management, financial management, conflict management, business management, or time management; oral and written communication skills; and stakeholder engagement and consultation.